The focus of our unit is the research in modern nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). We are developing and applying modern experimental as well as computational magnetic resonance methods to create new tools to characterize physical properties of molecules, materials and nanosystems and to reliably interpret the acquired data with high accuracy using quantum-chemical calculations.
One postdoctoral researcher position (2 years) and one doctoral student position (4 years) are open in the Academy of Finland project "Parahydrogen biosensors for hypersensitive NMR analysis" in our group.
For more information see links:
Postdoctoral position (deadline 1st September)
Doctoral student position (deadline 7th August)
Vladimir Zhivonitko has received Project funding from the Academy of Finland for the research focusing on development of metal-free activators for parahydrogen to create biosensors for NMR and MRI studies.
Sarah Mailhiot has received a postdoctoral position from the Academy of Finland. Her project concerns application of NMR and MRI methods for investigation of new sustainable cement materials with low or zero carbon footprint.
Further information and registration dates will be announced on the official website of the conference http://nmrsymposium.fi/2019/.
Ville-Veikko Telkki featured in a series about Finnish physicists (in Finnish) http://blogs.helsinki.fi/sfs-70/2017/11/30/ville-telkki-mullistaa-nmr-spektroskopiaa/
Kvantum institute funding for 12 new strategic research projects, including Frontiers of Materials NMR (part of focus area Creating sustainability through materials and systems).
The NMR research group can be found at the Linnanmaa Campus, corridor G (red), G2 staircase, 3rd floor.
Internal University address: 3KEM
NMR Research Unit
Faculty of Science
P.O. Box 3000
FIN-90014 University of Oulu
Tel: +358-294-48 1343 (theory)
Tel: +358-294-48 1309 (experiment)