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Angebotsdatum: 29. November 2018
Art der Stelle: Doktorarbeit
Fachgebiet: Chemie > Angewandte Makromolekulare Chemie
Titel des Themas: 1 PhD Fellowship in Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network on “Synthesis of biocompatible Polymers for Tissue Engineering”

Institut: Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry
Prof. Robert Liska
Getreidemarkt 9 / 163 / MC Lehartrakt 3rd floor
1060 Wien
Tel.: +43 1 58801 16273   Fax.: +43-1-58801-16299
Homepage: http://https://www.ias.tuwien.ac.at/research-divisions/macromolecular-chemistry/polymer-chemistry-and-technology/job-advertisement/
E-Mail Kontakt: mail

Beschreibung: We invite highly motivated and creative applicants for a PhD position at the Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry (TU Vienna, Austria). The PhD candidates will be part of the innovative training network (ITN) “Towards Next generation Eco-efficient PHOTO and EMULSION Polymerizations” funded through the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Programme. PHOTO-EMULSION focuses on new eco-friendly chemical processes for the manufacturing of plastic products. The project aims at training a group of 8 PhD students through a high-quality research network including 8 internationally reputed academic institutions, 4 leading companies and 2 non-profit organisations. Balanced and European-wide, the project’s diversity expresses through the participation of 8 different countries: Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden & Spain.
Methoden: The research project focus on an efficient method for producing highly porous polymers with cellular interconnected macroporous structure. At TU Vienna new bifunctional and polyfunctional monomers (in particular based on renewable resources) will be synthesized to open the door for novel eco-friendly biomaterials and coatings. 3D printing of porous scaffolds for tissue engineering applications is directly performed in Vienna. Feedback from cell biology labs will be used to optimize the morphology and mechanical properties and to design the hierarchical structure specifically for the desired type of cells and tissue generation. Furthermore, these novel materials could find application as 3D-printed chromatography columns. At the partner Institute at the University of Maribor (PolyOrgLab), a templating method is adapted, where droplets of an emulsion are used to induce macro pores in the polymer bulk while the monomers are included in the continuous phase. State of the art thiol/ene click reaction will be used within the continuous phase in order to tune both the morphology and mechanical properties of the formed polymer networks since these are important characteristics of the material which are governing the biological cell growth and proliferation. The PhD project includes 26 months in the main host institution (TU Vienna), a 6-month secondment at the academic partner premises (UNI Maribor), and a 4-month secondment at an industrial partner (Glantreo, Ireland). Master in Chemistry with focus on synthetic organic and macromolecular chemistry. Your field of study is Synthetic Chemistry, and you have experience with polymerization (preferably radical and cationic) and the synthesis of monomers and initiators.
Anfangsdatum: 29. November 2018
Geschätzte Dauer: 32 Monate
Bezahlung: €45,000 per year (pre-tax, full time 40 hours / we
Sonstiges: 4 Monate Verlängerung + Bezahlung nach Vereinbarung möglich

Contact info
Univ. Prof. Dr. Robert Liska
Head of the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Photopolymers in Dentistry
TU Wien
Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry
Division of Macromolecular Chemistry
Getreidemarkt 9 / 163 / MC Lehartrakt 3rd floor
1060 Vienna, Austria
Tel: +43 1 58801 16273
Cell phone: +43 664 88457837
FAX: +43 1 58801 16299
Email: robert.liska@tuwien.ac.at
Web: www.ias.tuwien.ac.at; http://amt.tuwien.ac.at