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Research Assistant/Associate (fixed term)

last modified Jun 26, 2018 02:59 PM
A postdoc position (2 years, fixed term) is available in Modelling Particle Aerosolization and Deagglomeration in Pharmaceutical Power Inhalers (closing date 30 July 2018)

The Macromolecular Materials Laboratory is seeking a Research Assistant/Associate to work on the modelling of entrainment and aerosolization of dry pharmaceutical powders in inhaler devices. The subsequent breakup and deagglomeration of particles will also be studied, using a combination of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element models (DEM). The work is funded by the INFORM 2020 - Molecules to Manufacture: Processing and Formulation Engineering of Inhalable Nanoaggregates and Microparticles grant from EPSRC led by the University of Hertfordshire.

Please find further information and link to application below.

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/17987/

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