If you are looking for a place where you don’t have to wait for weeks to measure on a TITAN KRIOS equipped with a direct detector and phase plate, then please consider our opening for EM-savvy faculty at KAUST.
KAUST, founded in 2009, is located at the shores of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. KAUST ranks at the top of the Nature ‘Rising Stars’ Index, and is among the world’s top 20 institutes in the 2019 Nature normalized academic ranking https://www.natureindex.com/annual-tables/2019/institution/academic-normalized. KAUST provides outstanding research facilities, including a Titan KRIOS with phase plate, Quantum GIF Gatan filter, K2 Summit direct detector and powerful GPU computer clusters, as well as other TEMs (Titan CT, TECNAI). KAUST also hosts NMR spectrometers (600, 700 and 950 MHz, with an additional 800 MHz coming soon) and an in-house X-ray source. KAUST has a community with more than 100 nationalities, pristine coral reefs and about two hours of rain per year.
For more information, please see https://bese.kaust.edu.sa/research/Pages/Employment.aspx
With best regards,
Stefan T Arold,
Professor of Bioscience
Division of Biological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Research Center (CBRC)
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Bldg 2, Level 4, Room 4275
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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