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Position: PostDoc in Protein Science
Institution: Berner Fachhochschule
Location: Bern, Switzerland
Duties: investigate physical, chemical and techno-functional properties of a defined mixture of two plant-based proteins; explore the impact of the donwstreaming strategy for protein isolates on their mixing behaviour; seek to elucidate underlying mechanisms; valorize the project results into scientific publications, as far as possible within the scope of confidentiality
Requirements: Master's degree in food science, materials science, food process engineering or related discipline, PhD in protein research or related field required; Excellent general methodological knowledge and expertise in food processing, in protein biochemistry and physical-chemical analysis; Broad and solid experience in the field of protein analytics and characterization (physical, chemical and instrumental); Strong analytical and conceptual skills; You communicate fluently in English, preferentially also in German
   
Text: PostDoc in Protein Science 'My research activities and close exchange with young students allow me to stay on the cutting edge of time,' sums up Elisabeth Eugster as her key plus point and adds: 'Sustainability, climate debate or food trends - I deal with these extremely fascinating topics on a daily basis.' PostDoc in Protein Science 80 - 100 % / Limited / Zollikofen / Start immediately or by arrangement To start with, here are some of our strong points Great freedom in work organisation with lots of leeway for your ideas, your creativity and decisiveness. , When looking for solutions, it helps to be curious and to think truly outside the box. , Great freedom in the organisation of work times - including mobile working. , Plenty of contact with people from all over Switzerland and the world at large. , Easy exchanging of views and ideas, also across the divisional boundaries. And here are even more good reasons to opt for BFH What you'll be doing here investigate physical, chemical and techno-functional properties of a defined mixture of two plant-based proteins explore the impact of the donwstreaming strategy for protein isolates on their mixing behaviour seek to elucidate underlying mechanisms valorize the project results into scientific publications, as far as possible within the scope of confidentiality What you'll bring with you Master's degree in food science, materials science, food process engineering or related discipline, PhD in protein research or related field required Excellent general methodological knowledge and expertise in food processing, in protein biochemistry and physical-chemical analysis Broad and solid experience in the field of protein analytics and characterization (physical, chemical and instrumental) Strong analytical and conceptual skills You communicate fluently in English, preferentially also in German Apply now School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (HAFL) At HAFL , a department of BFH, we're all about connecting humans, nature and technology towards sustainable development. As a ground-breaking, pioneering think tank, we are engaged in the creation and teaching of knowledge for the world of today and of tomorrow - bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, resilient and always solidly grounded at the same time. Doing something meaningful in a fascinating environment and with an outlook to the future: a job at Bern University of Applied Sciences makes perfect sense. We’re busy researching, developing and virtually bending our minds to come up with practical solutions for business, culture and people in Bern, in Switzerland and all over the world. Apart from being incredibly interesting, this is also a lot of fun, and we get to learn a lot as well. This cutting-edge knowledge benefits all who are studying here or doing part-time continuing education courses. We have great plans for the future: We’re building two campuses and combining our strengths. So we’re creating the ideal environment for your future job with us. Place of work I’ll be your guide through the application procedure Cornelia Caputi HR consultant P +41 31 910 21 82 ✖ Contact Cornelia Caputi HR consultant P +41 31 910 21 82 Subject * Your Name * Your E-Mail * Message * Danke For job-specific queries Christoph Denkel Research group leader P +41 31 910 21 68 ✖ Contact Christoph Denkel Research group leader P +41 31 910 21 68 Subject * Your Name * Your E-Mail * Message * Danke More exciting jobs
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