Scientist, Physics PI
CDT currently requires a Scientist to support its technology scouting and innovation team in identifying and investigating new research themes and projects across a number of technology areas. In this role, you will be building CDT’s expertise in new areas as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes biochemists, chemists, physicists and engineers. This will form a key part of CDT’s plans to expand its activities with novel advanced materials, particularly within the themes of “Sustainability” and “Digital Transformation”.
Scientist, Physics OPD
CDT current requires a Physicist to work as part of our organic photodetector (OPDs) research team, to evaluate novel materials and architectures and to propose novel approaches to enhance device specifications. In this role you will co-ordinate experiments, fabricate devices and conduct optical and electrical characterisations, together with the analysis of results to enhance fundamental understanding of OPD devices and to develop key Intellectual Property.
Post-Doctoral Researcher, F-Tags
An opportunity has arisen at CDT for a Biochemist, as a Post-Doctoral Researcher, interested in bringing to market the next generation of fluorescent markers for biological applications. In this role, you will provide a strong scientific contribution to the development of fluorescent nanoparticles. Specifically you will be involved in the functionalisation of the surface of nanoparticles and the attachment of biological receptors including small molecules and proteins for recognition of specific biomarkers in a number of biological labelling applications. You will evaluate the potential and optimise the performance of bio-functionalised fluorescent nanoparticles for end-use applications.
Scientist, Chemistry PI
The technology scouting and innovation team has a vacancy for a Scientist to help identify and investigate new research themes and projects based on functional organic materials. You will be working as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes chemists, physicists, biochemists, and engineers.