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日期:2017年10月01日    

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Postdoctoral Fellow - Cyber Security

  • Kick-start your career in a professional and supportive leading scientific agency
  • Add value to the research area of automating cyber security
  • Join CSIRO Data61, the largest data innovation group in Australia

The Position

CSIRO Data61 offers PhD graduates an opportunity to launch their scientific careers through our Postdoctoral Fellowships. These fellowships provide experience that will enhance career prospects and facilitate the development of potential leaders for CSIRO and Data61.
Postdoctoral Fellows are appointed for up to three years and will work closely with a leading Research Scientist or Engineer in their respective field. They carry out innovative, impactful research of strategic importance to CSIRO with the possibility of novel and important scientific outcomes. They present the findings in appropriate publications and at conferences.

In this position you will conduct research in the area of automating cyber security, building resilient systems, IoT security and cyber security governance and awareness. This will lead to reputed international publications such as IEEE S&P, ACM CCS, NDSS, Usenix Security, Crypto and Eurocrypt or similar conferences.

Location: Eveleigh NSW or Clayton VIC
Salary: $80K - $91K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure: 3 year term
Reference: 46902

To be successful you will need:

  • A doctorate (or will shortly satisfy the requirements of a PhD) in a relevant discipline area, such as computer science, electrical engineering, information technology or communication engineering.
  • Proven ability to conduct high quality research, development and implementation in cyber security and trust. Preferably have publications in the top tier security conferences IEEE S&P, ACM CCS, NDSS, Usenix Security, Crypto and Eurocrypt or similar level conferences.
  • Demonstrated experience in conducting research activities in cyber security, more specifically in the area of automating cyber security, building resilience systems, IoT security, applied cryptography and cyber security governance and awareness.

 

 

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowship in Modelling of Metallic Microstructure

  • Collaborate with world leading experts working at the forefront of metal additive manufacturing
  • Offering outstanding career development and professional support
  • Join CSIRO and carry out innovative and impactful research!

The Position

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellows provide opportunities to scientists and engineers, who have completed their doctorate and have less than three years relevant postdoctoral work experience.  These fellowships will help launch their careers, provide experience that will enhance their career prospects, and facilitate the recruitment and development of potential leaders for CSIRO.

Applications are invited for a 3 year CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowship to develop computational models of the changes in microstructure and related properties that occur in metallic additive manufacturing. The approaches developed will be suitable for the rapid and repeated heating and cooling cycles that occur in the additive manufacturing process, and to the titanium and aluminium alloys that are of most interest. The Postdoctoral Fellow will work closely with CSIRO's experimental team and collaborators, benchmarking the microstructure and property model against detailed measurements.

We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more! CSIRO Balance

Specifically you will:

  • Develop computational models of the changes in microstructure and related properties that occur in metallic additive manufacturing.
  • Work closely with experimentalists to benchmark the microstructure and property models against measurements.
  • Work with other members of the modelling team to integrate the microstructure and property models with models of other aspects of additive manufacturing processes.
  • Under the direction of senior research scientists, carry out innovative research leading to important new scientific results.
  • Produce high quality scientific and/or engineering papers suitable for publication in quality journals, for client reports and granting of patents. 

Location: Clayton, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Salary: $80K - $91K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure: 3 year specified term
Reference: 48561

To be successful you will need:

  • A doctorate (or will shortly satisfy the requirements of a PhD) in a relevant discipline area, such as Materials Science or Engineering.
  • Strong track record of research in computational modelling of microstructure evolution in metallic systems during solidification, preferably in titanium and/or aluminium alloys under non-equilibrium conditions.
  • A basic understanding of the different methods (e.g. phase field method, classical sharp interface method, etc.) available to model microstructure evolution.
  • Demonstrated experience in computer programming in a high-level language.

 

 

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Polymer 3D Printing of Medical Devices

  • Exciting opportunity to help develop new polymers in 3D printing of medical devices
  • Be immersed in cutting edge, world-class science
  • Join the Biomedical Polymers team & carry out innovative & impactful research!

The Position

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellows provide opportunities to scientists and engineers, who have completed their doctorate and have less than three years relevant postdoctoral work experience.  These fellowships will help launch their careers, provide experience that will enhance their career prospects, and facilitate the recruitment and development of potential leaders for CSIRO.

You will develop novel polymers for use in 3D printing of medical devices. 3D printing, the fabrication of 3D objects by printing them in a layer by layer process, is set to revolutionise manufacturing. Although polymers are ubiquitous, their use in 3D printers remains in its infancy. Current polymer resins have a limited range of properties well below those of their non-3D printed counterparts, and so are unsuitable for real-world applications. This project aims to develop new resins with properties suitable for medical devices.

Work as part of a multidisciplinary team comprising cell biologists, materials scientists and chemists within CSIRO as well as engineers in partner research institutions. Opportunities for outstanding training opportunities in the fields of 3D printing and polymer biomedical materials and devices. In addition, there is scope for commercial engagement for those applications that are proven to be industrially useful.

We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more.

Specifically you will:

  • Under the direction of senior research scientists, carry out innovative, impactful research of strategic importance to CSIRO that will, where possible, lead to novel and important scientific outcomes.
  • Design, synthesise, formulate and characterise polymers suitable for 3D printing of functional biomedical devices. 3D print parts and characterise the printed parts for mechanical and biological suitability.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative links with clinicians and industry.
  • Undertake regular reviews of relevant literature and patents.
  • Produce high quality scientific and/or engineering papers suitable for publication in quality journals, for client reports and granting of patents.

Location:     Clayton VIC, Australia
Salary:          $80K - $91K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure:         3 year specified term or part-time equivalent
Reference:   48668

To be successful you will need:

  • A doctorate (or will shortly satisfy the requirements of a PhD) in a relevant discipline area, such as organic and/or polymer chemistry, material science and chemical engineering.
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct innovative research in chemistry and/or chemical engineering (polymer, organic, material science).
  • Demonstrated experience in general characterisation techniques, such as NMR, SEC, FTIR, UV-Vis, and familiar with culturing of cells and in vitro assays.
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new instrumentation techniques.
  • Experience with and understanding of material characterisation techniques (rheology, TGA, DSC, tensile, flexural, DMTA, DSC, TGA).
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary, regionally dispersed research team, plus the motivation and discipline to carry out autonomous research.
  • A record of science innovation and creativity, plus the ability & willingness to incorporate novel ideas and approaches into scientific investigations.

 

 

Postdoctoral Fellow - Centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research (6 positions available)

The centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research (CSHOR), is a joint initiative between the Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science (China), CSIRO, University of New South Wales (UNSW) and University of Tasmania (UTAS). The CSHOR objective is to increase investment in ocean-climate research in order to improve our understanding of how the southern hemisphere oceans influence global and regional climate, and how the climate influences these oceans. These positions will based in CSIRO, and will work on one of many projects funded by CSHOR, to study dynamics of ENSO and the IOD, their impacts, and their response to climate change.

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowships provide scientists and engineers opportunities to launch their careers, extend their professional networks and enhance their career prospects. As a Postdoctoral Fellow with CSIRO’s Centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research

Specifically you will:

  • Carry out innovative, impactful research of strategic importance to CSIRO that will, where possible, lead to novel and important scientific outcomes.
  • Collaborate with different teams across CSIRO towards achieving the goals of the Centre for Southern Hemisphere Ocean Research
  • Undertake regular reviews of relevant literature and patents.
  • Produce high quality scientific papers suitable for publication in quality journals.
  • Prepare appropriate conference papers and present those at conferences
  • Communicate effectively and respectfully with all staff, clients and suppliers in the interests of good business practice, collaboration and enhancement of CSIRO’s reputation

Locations: Australia – Hobart, Tasmania (Jobs 42201, 42202, 42965) Aspendale, Vic (jobs 42203, 43862) Perth, WA (Job 43001)
Salary: $78K to $88K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure: 3 years
Ref No.: 42201, 42202, 42203, 42965, 43001, 43862

To be considered you will have

  • A doctorate (or will shortly satisfy the requirements of a PhD*) in a relevant discipline such as: Climate Science, Physical Oceanography, Climatology. Meteorology, etc. (Please click on the Position Details links below to see which disciplines are relevant to the role(s) that captures your interest.)
  • A record of science innovation and creativity plus the ability and willingness to incorporate novel ideas and approaches
  • A strong background and substantial experience in the analysis of global ocean observations and/or model results.
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary research team, plus the motivation and discipline to carry out autonomous research.

*To be appointed candidates must have submitted their PhD by the time they commence, if a PhD has not been conferred.

Click on the Position Details links below to view the contact details and selection criteria for these 5 positions. Please note you will need to provide responses to the selection criteria for each position you wish to apply for

42201 Ocean Change and Sea Level Rise

42202 Indonesian Through Flow

42203 Tropical Variability (ENSO or IOD)

42965 Southern Ocean Dynamics

43001 Mixed Layer Dynamics in the Warm Pool

43862 Southern Ocean ENSO / IOD

 

 

 

Postdoctoral Fellow in Protein Bioconjugation & Polymer Chemistry

  • Exciting opportunity to help develop a state-of-the-art research program
  • Be immersed in cutting edge, world-class science
  • Join the Biomedical Manufacturing team & carry out innovative & impactful research!

The Position

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellows provide opportunities to scientists and engineers, who have completed their doctorate and have less than three years relevant postdoctoral work experience.  These fellowships will help launch their careers, provide experience that will enhance their career prospects, and facilitate the recruitment and development of potential leaders for CSIRO.

CSIRO Manufacturing is seeking to appoint a highly motivated Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biomedical Manufacturing team, working at the intersection of organic chemistry, polymer chemistry and protein biochemistry.

You will be part of an international, multi-disciplinary research team with expertise in: synthetic chemistry; protein engineering, protein modification and purification; polymer chemistry; bioconjugation of small molecules, of polymers, peptides and proteins to antibodies; and translation of research outcomes to commercial impact.

You will be directly responsible for the design and development of new efficient processes for the synthesis of therapeutically impactful, antibody-polymer-drug conjugates. Development of these bioconjugate systems interfaced with polymer chemistry, will immerse you in cutting edge, world-class science that will be instrumental in creating an outstanding scientific research project

This project provides an opportunity to help develop a state-of-the-art research program within CSIRO's Manufacturing business unit, building innovation between chemistry, biology and polymer science, building bioconjugation and polymerisation techniques in Australia.

We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you. Find out more! 

Specifically you will:

  • Facilitate cross-fertilization between the polymer chemistry, molecular biology and synthetic chemistry laboratories involved in the project, including an international polymer chemistry laboratory.
  • Apply novel conjugation chemistry, protein biochemistry and polymer chemistry for the design and development of new efficient processes for the synthesis of therapeutically impactful, antibody-polymer-drug conjugates.
  • Work with CSIRO BD&C to develop a commercialisation plan for this technology.
  • Produce high quality scientific and/or engineering papers suitable for publication in quality journals, for client reports and granting of patents.

Location:      Parkville VIC, Australia
Salary:          $80K - $91K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure:         3 year specified term or part-time equivalent
Reference:   48661

To be successful you will need:

  • A doctorate (or will shortly satisfy the requirements of a PhD) in a relevant discipline area, such as chemistry with experience in protein biochemistry or polymer chemistry.
  • Demonstrated expertise in synthetic chemistry, good knowledge and experience with methods of analysis (NMR, GPC/SEC, MS, HPLC).
  • Demonstrated ability to perform bioconjugation reactions with proteins and good working knowledge of protein chemistry and purification.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform polymer chemistry.
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary, regionally dispersed research team, plus the motivation and discipline to carry out autonomous research.
  • A record of science innovation and creativity, plus the ability & willingness to incorporate novel ideas and approaches into scientific investigations.

 

 

For selection documentation and details on how to apply visit  www.csiro.au/careers