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  • 11 Apr 2016 9:36 AM | Tim Davey (Administrator)

    7th International Symposium of Fine Bubble Technology in Australia

    Date: 10:00 –17:30, Monday, 25th July, 2016

    Venue: Aerial Function Centre, University Technology of Sydney

    Organiser: Standards Australia(SA), Fine Bubble Industries Association (FBIA)

    Admission: Free

    Further information to follow at: http://www.fbia.or.jp/en/


  • 10 Feb 2016 1:15 PM | Catherine Whitby
    50th Anniversary Lectureships - Physics
    Salary:   £33,574 to £46,414 
    Closing Date:   Monday 29 February 2016
    Interview Date:   To be confirmed 
    Reference:  AL04

    We are looking for an enthusiastic academic research leader, with outstanding potential for achieving national and international excellence and innovation in the field of experimental science of nanomaterials, in particular, in nanoscale materials characterisation and related areas. Active interaction with modelling and simulation research groups and established links with major industrial collaborators in the field of material science are of particular importance for this position. For further information: https://hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=AL04



  • 04 Feb 2016 10:02 PM | Tim Davey (Administrator)
    A post-doctoral position is available with the group of Prof Paul Dubin in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Massachusetts. The focus will be on complex coacervation.


    For more information contact Prof. Paul Dubin (dubin@chem.umass.edu).


    Dubin Research Group page: https://people.chem.umass.edu/dubinlab.


  • 20 Jan 2016 10:35 AM | Tim Davey (Administrator)

    UQ have a post-doctoral role available in the area of colloid and surface science.

    More information:

    http://jobs.uq.edu.au/caw/en/job/498472/postdoctoral-research-fellow-in-specificion-effects-in-bubble-coalescence-and-flotation


  • 11 Jan 2016 3:01 PM | Catherine Whitby

    Our members can pay a discounted registration fee to attend the soft matter scattering workshop being organised by Chris Garvey of ANSTO. The workshop is being held on 11-12 February 2016 at the city campus of RMIT University in Melbourne. The workshop is suitable for experience researchers, ECRs and post-docs and PhD/Honours students.

     

    The themes of the workshop are:

    ·         Introduction to scattering formalism (applied to pulsed field gradient NMR, neutron, X-ray and light scattering techniques).

    ·         Seminars highlighting how these techniques have been applied to soft matter research.

     ·         Data reduction, analysis and interpretation.

     ·         How to access instrumentation, both laboratory based and at major facilities.

     

    The cost of the workshop will be $40 for students and $60 for senior scientists, which will cover workshop morning teas, lunch and a workshop dinner.  ACIS members will receive $20 off the registration fee. Some travel and accommodation support will be available for students from Australia and New Zealand. 

  • 18 Nov 2015 9:45 PM | Tim Davey (Administrator)

    Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan

    22-24 September, 2016

    Venue : Hokkaido University of Education, Asahikawa Campus, Asahikawa-city, Hokkaido, Japan


    Our Japanese colleagues are hosting a Colloid and Interface meeting in Asahikawa, Hokkaido form 22 -24th of September 2016.

    In order to assist them in planning it would greatly assist them if they had some indication of interest from people in Australasia.

    Could you please respond to Vince Craig (vince.craig@anu.edu.au) with an indication of your level of interest (yes, no, likely, unlikely).

  • 05 Nov 2015 12:25 PM | Tim Davey (Administrator)

    ATA Scientific are recruiting:


    Sales and applications of Scientific Instruments

    ATA Scientific (established 1990) specialises in marketing analytical scientific instruments across Australia and New Zealand.  Application areas include the Life Sciences, Polymer & Material Sciences and Particle and Surface SciencesSeewww.atascientific.com.au
     
    We are looking for enthusiastic scientists to sell a range of these advanced technology instruments.  This is a multi-skilled role combining science, sales, customer training and applications support.   

    • Involvement with a wide range of disciplines in research and industry.
    • Represent market-leading scientific instrument companies.
    • Southern Sydney (Sutherland shire) location.

    Qualifications

    • Science graduate with several years of practical laboratory experience.
    • An affinity for analytical techniques and instruments.
    • Expertise in one of the following application areas would be highly regarded: Particle and Surface Sciences, Polymers, Rheology, Proteins, Scanning Electron Microscopy.
    • An excellent command of written and spoken English.
    • Good public presentation skills with the ability to conduct seminars.
    • Computer confident in both office and technical software systems.
    • Valid motor car licence.
    • Ability to travel regularly interstate and to New Zealand.
    • Permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand with current passport. 

    This position will suit you if you enjoy engaging with people and listening to their requirements. It is important that you also enjoy working within a small team and can appreciate everybody’s contribution. You will need to be well organised and persistent as the sales process is usually progressed over months and years. Previous sales experience is not essential but may be of interest.
     
    Location
    Taren Point, Sutherland Shire, NSW 2229 Australia.
     
    Remuneration
    A package to attract the right person including salary, performance related bonus, company car, superannuation, and expenses.  There will be a probationary period.
     
    Please send your CV (do not phone) to The Manager, ATA Scientific, PO Box 2172 Taren Point.  NSW 2229.  Or e-mail to tmcdonagh@atascientific.com.au

    More information:
    http://www.atascientific.com.au/eventsandtraining/uncategorized/


  • 21 Aug 2015 5:07 PM | Tim Davey (Administrator)

    Asylum Research is seeking motivated, dedicated and energetic professionals to join our team whose passion is to make the best AFMs on the planet. When you join Asylum Research, you get the opportunity to work with world-class innovators in the field of AFM in an incredibly stimulating, work-hard, having-fun, family environment. We invite you to apply for these open positions in R&D, Engineering, Software and Sales. Click on the position title to view the full role profile, list of necessary qualifications, and instructions for submitting your resume.

    R&D Scientist – Santa Barbara, CA
    In this role you will have the opportunity to directly contribute to the development of top quality instrumentation at the cutting edge of AFM and SPM technology in a flexible, fast-paced and collaborative work environment.

    Test Engineer – Santa Barbara, CA
    Your test engineering and problem-solving skills will ensure that our AFM systems are in perfect working order and ready for shipment to the customer. You will also use your expertise for customer support to diagnose and solve hardware/software complications.

    Software Engineer – Santa Barbara, CA
    Your programming skills will take our instrument performance to the next level as you use C++ scripting skills for Windows to control our external hardware. As a team player, you’ll also develop new routines for both real-time and off-line processing.

    Technical Sales – South China
    As a technically-savvy sales person and excellent communicator, you will frequently travel to trade shows and demonstrations as you present our solutions to researchers in the fields of materials and bioscience. In addition, you will build relationships with key scientists and communicate market needs and conditions to the home team.

     

    Full details:

    http://emails.oxford-instruments.com/t/r-e-akikkut-jtdriulka-r/


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