[phenixbb] Postdoc positions at MRC-LMB & CCPEM/STFC
Burnley, Tom (STFC,RAL,SC)
tom.burnley at stfc.ac.uk
Fri Sep 25 05:21:31 PDT 2020
For those interesting in computational cryoEM development...
We are excited to announce two new PDRA positions in the Scheres’ group (MRC-LMB, UK) and the CCP-EM group (STFC RAL, UK). These two positions will work closely together as part of a wider project with the Alan Turing Institute and the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University to investigate molecular structure from images under physical constraints.
In brief, the LMB position will focus on developing and implementing new machine-learning-driven algorithms within the RELION framework. The STFC position will focus on the data capture and training for these algorithms (as well as for the wider community), alongside application to molecular modelling. For full details and application please see:
For those interested in both positions, we encourage you to apply for both. If you are unsure or would like further information please contact us.
Tom and Sjors
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