Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Netherlands invites online Application for various Postdoctoral Fellowship in their different Departments. We are providing a list of Postdoc Fellowship positions available at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Netherlands.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: PostDoc Position in Quantum Networks
The vision of a Quantum Internet is to provide fundamentally new internet technology by enabling quantum communication between any two points on earth. Such a Quantum Internet will – in synergy with the ‘classical’ Internet that we have today – connect quantum processors in order to achieve unparalleled capabilities that are provably impossible using only classical communication.
Deadline : Open Until Filled
(02) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc summary/title: Postdoc for generation of Orbital Angular Momentum using Artificial Intelligence for Quantum OCT
For this postion, you will join the Europeam project SEQUOIA that regroups 11 European partners. Its objective is to demonstrate the highest resolution OCT system ever built, protected from environmental noise through AI-based control of OAM in a real-world application: retinal imaging.
Deadline : 5 September 2023
(03) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc on Non-Destructive Inspection of Composite Liquid Hydrogen Storage Tanks for Aviation
Within the European COCOLIH2T project, funded by the Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, we are collaborating with nine other partners to develop a conformal liquid hydrogen tank for aviation. Composite liquid hydrogen storage tanks are challenging to inspect because of their material properties, structural geometry, the presence of vacuum and insulation layers and in-service their low temperature and limited access. In this project you will assess the challenge of inspecting the prototype tank being developed by the COCOLIH2T consortium, using a combination of ultrasonic inspection, automation technologies and knowledge of critical failure locations of the tank. The research comprises a combination of building a prototype sensor head and signal processing of recorded signals to determine the structural integrity of the tank. In addition to conducting the research, you will be required to communicate it both in academic settings (journal papers and conferences) and towards an industrial audience. You will also be expected to contribute to the management of the project.
Deadline : 1 October 2023
(04) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Post doc researcher for the Unlock large scale research infrastructure
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Deadline : 30 September 2023
(05) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc BioToHydRow
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher for an 18-month contract to develop coupled musculoskeletal and hydrodynamic models, perform novel simulations and collect experimental data to identify model parameters and to test model accuracy. We aim to develop a rowing simulation environment that enables us to refine oar, blade and oarlock design and adjust athlete technique to maximize efficiency at high speeds. Your project is supported by a Cohesion grant between the departments of Biomechanical Engineering and Process & Energy at TU Delft. You will simultaneously work as a member of the Computational Biomechanics Lab and the Fluid Mechanics Lab under the guidance of Ajay Seth and Arnoud Greidanus, respectively. The work within this program is multi-disciplinary and involves computational modeling and experimental research with support of specialists (scientific/non-scientific). An extensive lab equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment are widely available for the experimental work.
Deadline : 30 September, 2023.
(06) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc R&D in Network Security (MLSysOps)
The Cybersecurity (CYS) group at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) invites applications for full-time post-doc candidates in the area of cybersecurity. Our group conducts research in a range of cybersecurity topics, including, secure data analytics, privacy, cloud security, system security, and network security. We aim to make the world a safer place as most of our activity and data move online. We design, develop, and evaluate interdisciplinary solutions that combine all fields of computer sciences: artificial intelligence, systems, and theory. We aim to publish our results at top conferences and journals, transfer our scientific know-how and technologies to students and our public and private partners in the field of cybersecurity, and have impact in society and the research community. This position aims to design and implement secure solutions for anomaly detection in security/trust management, zero trust management based on network packet meta-tagging and the principles of least privilege, micro segmentation, device access control, lateral movement prevention, and multi-factor authentication. The position is supported by the Horizon Europe project MLSysOps. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work closely with world-class researchers at TU Delft and our industrial collaborators in Europe.
Deadline : September 30, 2023,
(07) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Synthetic cell division
Living cells are highly complex systems made of countless lifeless molecular components. We do not understand how these interact to form a living cell that sustains itself, grows and divides. The BaSyC initiative is a collaborative 10-year research program that aims to understand ‘how life works’ by building an autonomous self-reproducing synthetic cell from the bottom up. As a container, we use giant unilamellar vesicles, which are cell-sized, lipid bilayer-enclosed reaction compartments that can be visualized by real-time microscopy and directly manipulated using biophysical tools. The Koenderink and Dekker labs study the process of cell division, which requires constriction of the cell into a dumbbell-shape, followed by neck abscission to split the cell into two daughter cells. Since the mechanism of abscission is still poorly understood, it remains a big challenge in the synthetic cell field to achieve robust cell division.
Deadline : 30-09-2023 .
(08) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: PostDoc: Optical Nanoscopy at Cryogenic Temperatures
Optical nanoscopy is a super-resolution microscopy technique to study subcellular structures and function via specifically targeted fluorescent labels in molecular biology. Localisation microscopy in particular offers a much better resolution (~10-50 nm) than conventional diffraction limited microscopy (~250 nm). This project aims at shifting the resolution obtainable in an optical light microscope even further towards 1 nm. The researcher will work in a team of experimentalists and theorists who share the common goal to imaging at the nanometer scale. She/he will work as an experimentalist designing and performing experiments with cryo fluorescent microscopy. In order to achieve very high spatial resolutions from single molecule emitters in 3D will be use a so-called 4pi setup with two opposing objectives. In addition the wavefront of the light must not be disturbed by optical aberrations. In reality such aberrations are always present, but only at our targeted high resolution at cryogenic temperatures, do they play a crucial role. Therefore the candidate will incorporate adaptive optics instrumentation and algorithms to measure the wavefront distortion and subsequently correct the distortions.
Deadline : Open Until Filled
(09) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoctoral position in germanium spin qubits
We are looking for a passionate candidate to join as a Postdoc the Veldhorst group, who are pioneers in quantum computing and simulation in germanium. The Veldhorst group demonstrated the first single-hole qubit, enabled two-qubit logic in germanium, and executed quantum algorithms on a four-qubit quantum processor. As a postdoctoral researcher, you will explore opportunities with semiconductor quantum technology and aim to push the boundaries in quantum control of semiconductor qubits. Concrete topics we are currently pursuing include: operation of qubit registers, establishing entanglement between qubit registers, and developing multi-quantum well devices for next generations of semiconductor qubits systems. We are a diverse group, with researchers coming from different fields to jointly develop quantum information technology.
Deadline :1st of October 2023
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(10) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Two Postdoc Positions on Railway Timetabling and Traffic Management
Improved railway traffic planning and management is key to increasing performance and efficiency of railway transport, and meeting the European ambitious target to make rail the preferred mode of transport in the future. Several positions are open at the Digital Rail Traffic Lab within the Europe’s Rail project MOTIONAL, concerning the development of an aligned railway timetable planning and traffic management process.
Deadline : 30 September 2023
(11) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Design and Manufacture of Micro-Actuators for Active Mechanical Metamaterials
Mechanical metamaterials are architected materials, i.e. they have a rationally designed inner micro-scale structure, that determines the bulk (macro-scale) properties. Mechanical metamaterials open up entirely new design spaces to create high-performing materials and components. We started a research project to explore mechanical metamaterials for use as compact motion components. Programmed deformation of a metamaterial unit will be used to fine-position objects, e.g. optical elements like lenses or mirrors in complex machines. The project includes collaboration with forefront companies from the Dutch high-tech machine sector.
Deadline : 30 September 2023
(12) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc LES Modeling of Aerosol-Cloud Brightening
We invite you to apply for a 3-year postdoctoral position in large-eddy simulation of aerosol-cloud interactions. Within the broad scope of marine cloud brightening for solar radiation management, you will be free to set your own scientific emphasis. One possible research direction includes perturbed-parameter ensembles. In addition to close collaboration with Stephan de Roode and Franziska Glassmeier, you will be part of our lively aerosol-cloud brightening research team (6 staff members, 2 postdocs, 2 PhD students). You will be embedded in a collaborative project with the Center for Climate Repair at Cambridge University that is supported by the Refreeze the Arctic Foundation. In addition to an exciting research project with international collaborators, and a friendly and stimulating work environment, we can offer generous funds for scientific travel.
Deadline : 18 September 2023
(13) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Computational Design & Optimisation for Fibre-reinforced Composite Additive Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing combined with fibre reinforcement drastically enhances the properties of printed parts. This is a key enabling manufacturing technology to create lightweight, high-performance parts for sustainable mobility. However, to fully exploit its potential, there is a need for dedicated design & optimisation methods that can be applied in various fibre placement manufacturing scenarios. In this 2-year research project, you will address this need, leveraging the expertise on AM, composite fabrication and design optimization available at the Shaping Matter Lab (Faculty of Aerospace Engineering) and the Computational Mechanics and Design Group (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering). This project contributes activities to the NXTGEN HIGHTECH project on e-mobility by harnessing carbon fibre reinforcement for both structural and thermal performance. The developed method should determine optimized deposition trajectories and fibre locations, as well as guide future technology development, for specific use cases which will be validated in collaboration with project partners for large scale 3D printing.
Deadline : 17 September 2023
(14) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc on Life-Cycle and Techno-Economic Impacts for Marine Renewables
Marine renewables are expected to increase their participation in the energy mix, however, innovations are needed to lead to solutions with high survivability in offshore environments, reduction of environmental impacts, and major cost reductions. As our new Post-Doctoral researcher at the Marine Renewable Energies Lab (MREL), you will conduct Life Cycle Assessments, combined with cost modelling (LCOE/VALCOE), to derive novel insights and market impact analysis for marine/offshore renewable energies. The position involves modelling and evaluation of supply chains for marine renewables, resulting in quantification of impacts and suggestion of alternatives. As part of this TU Delft team, you will be work with industry and academic partner in assessing the environmental and markets potential of marine/offshore renewables (wind, wave, solar). You will be expected to conduct research (both independently and as part of a team) in marine/offshore energies applications. It is anticipated that you will disseminate research finding by writing in scientific international journals, attend international conferences. You will be expected to participate in coordination of the research activities, actively contribute to meet project milestones, and administrative tasks to other researchers and industry partners within the project.
Deadline : 17 september 2023
(15) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc on the Development of Floating Solutions for Marine Renewable Structures
Marine renewables are expected to increase their participation in the energy mix, however, innovations are needed to lead to solutions with high survivability in offshore environments, reduction of environmental impacts, and major cost reductions. As our new Post-Doctoral researcher at the Marine Renewable Energies Lab (MREL), you will design and validate new floaters with integrated measuring devices, analyse critical areas requiring monitoring, and contribute to the deployment and monitoring of the new concepts. The position involves numerical design and simulations of the floaters, and full scale validation from a measurement campaign. As part of this TU Delft team, you will be work with industry and academic partner in developing predictive methods and tools to assess extreme and cyclic fatigue loading marine structures. You will be expected to conduct research (both independently and as part of a team) in marine/offshore energies applications. It is anticipated that you will disseminate research finding by writing in scientific international journals, attend international conferences. You will be expected to participate in coordination of the research activities, actively contribute to meet project milestones, and administrative tasks to other researchers and industry partners within the project.
Deadline : 17 september 2023
(16) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Advanced Algorithms for Data-Centric Energy System Operation and Planning
The greatest challenge in the energy transition as a whole is the stability and reliability of the energy grid. To create a stable grid we need holistic insights, for which the data from energy markets, the control domain, and power and energy systems must be integrated. This is why Delft AI Energy Lab and the Vienna-based Austrian Institute of Technology have launched the joint ‘AI research in energy system planning and operations’ programme. As a postdoc, you will get the unique opportunity to develop your own vision and research line within the scope of the programme, in collaboration with our academic staff. Typically, the domains largely operate separately, posing serious challenges to stability and availability. You will, therefore, create and conduct research geared to the development of a data-centric platform for energy system planning and operation. You may also integrate your previous research. Within the joint programme, six PhD researchers will be working on detailed research projects. You will integrate their research to enable data-centric modelling of the grid. Facilitating collaboration, you will organise workshops in which the PhDs present their research and findings. You will also coach and mentor three of them, for which you will be travelling to Vienna, where they are based. We currently recruit also for these three PhD projects PhD AI-based algorithms for EV charging scheduling Vienna, Austria and PhD AI-based algorithms for Flexible Energy Systems | Vienna, Austria
Deadline : September 15, 2023
(18) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc in Coherent Quantum Spin Dynamics
Quantum mechanics has revolutionised our society in many ways – from basic chemistry and materials science to semiconductors and the internet. Imagine being able to take apart the smallest building blocks in nature – the atoms – and put them back together again in different ways as if you were building with LEGO. Simply put, that’s exactly what you’ll be doing at TU Delft, a renowned pioneer in the field of quantum nanoscience. As a postdoc in Coherent Spin Dynamics, you will help us explore a key new frontier of science: tracing the coherent quantum dynamics of coupled spins on the atomic scale. Your exploratory work will contribute to the discovery of new materials that, in turn, could create disruptive new technologies that go way beyond quantum computing. Based in Delft, a major hub in quantum science, you will investigate how magnetic materials behave and how we can optimise them. Specifically, you will work on a dedicated research project related to coherent spin dynamics and ESR-STM (electron spin resonance scanning tunnelling microscopy), expanding on our latest results. STM allows for the study of magnetism on the smallest scale: the scale of individual atoms. In recent years, ESR-STM has dramatically expanded possibilities by enabling quantum coherent spin manipulation in such atoms. Building on this framework, our group has developed a unique methodology to trace the free-time evolution of coupled spins using a combination of ESR-STM and very fast DC pulses. This methodology forms the basis for future research, such as 2D spin lattices and atomic-scale quantum information devices. We are also expanding our activities in the area of hyperfine interactions (i.e. nuclear spin manipulation and readout) and non-contact atomic force microscopy (AFM).
Deadline : 4 September 2023
(19) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Post-doctoral position in yeast synthetic biology
Are you a postdoc candidate with a fundamental interest in Synthetic Biology and Synthetic Genomics? Do you have a background in microbiology, molecular biology or biochemistry? Would you like to work together in a nation-wide multi-disciplinary team of researchers? We have a vacancy for a postdoc position focusing on harnessing the awesome homologous recombination of yeast for the construction of Synthetic Cells. You will be part of the nation-wide NWO Gravitation project BaSyC (https://www.basyc.nl/), aiming at constructing synthetic cells from lifeless component. At the interface of yeast and bacterial synthetic biology, you will work in close collaboration with the groups of Dr. Nico Claassens and Prof. John van der Oost from Wageningen University. In this project you will investigate the potential of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to construct Synthetic Genomes for Synthetic Cells.
Deadline :September 1st, 2023
(20) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Computational Methods for Multiphase Flow
Turbulent multiphase flows abound in energy-conversion systems and maritime engineering. These flows are challenging to understand and model — there is an interplay between turbulence and gas-liquid interfaces that move and deform in the medium, with sharp jumps across phases (e.g., in thermophysical properties, pressure, and at times even velocity and heat fluxes), and small-scale interactions with solid boundaries. In this project, you will develop immersed-interface approaches for high-fidelity fully-resolved simulations, and study the wall-bounded turbulent transport of gas-liquid flows resolving at all spatial and temporal scales.
Deadline : 1 September 2023
(21) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Industrial Microbiology
TU Delft and DSM have embarked on an ambitious research programme entitled ‘e-Protein’. Its ultimate goal is to link production of microbial protein to the 21st century energy transition and, thereby minimizing land-use and eliminating greenhouse-gas emissions associated with food protein production. To strengthen the e-Protein team, we seek a postdoc with a microbial physiology/industrial microbiology background to contribute to this mission. The postdoc will focus on quantitative analysis, metabolic and evolutionary engineering of a eukaryotic microbial host for zero-emission production of whole-cell protein from electrochemically generated molecules.
Deadline : September 1, 2023
(22) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Aircraft Engine Performance and Maintainability
This postdoctoral research position is part of a research project that aims to transform the aviation industry into a sustainable and clean sector. The BrightSky project is a Dutch collaboration where companies, educational institutions, and knowledge centers join forces to drive innovation and positively impact many sectors at and around the airport, including aircraft maintenance. As a postdoctoral researcher in this project, you will have the opportunity to innovate the field of aircraft maintenance through the power of performance assessment and predictive health models to monitor aircraft engine performance and prescribe maintenance activities, including engine wash. In this role, you will delve into the world of engine performance models, data analytics, and predictive modeling, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to unlock the full potential of aircraft engines. By analyzing real-time performance data and utilizing advanced digital-twin models, you will develop robust models to predict engine health and identify potential maintenance requirements accurately. Your innovative work will enhance aircraft safety, optimize maintenance schedules, and mitigate aviation’s environmental footprint.
Deadline : 31 August 2023
(23) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Automated Multimodal Pod-based Mobility Systems for Passengers and Freight
Deadline : 31 August 2023
(24) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Innovative microscopy to probe the biophysics of DNA replication
Deadline : 31 August 2023
(25) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc on Driver-in-the-loop system design for automotives
Advanced driver assistance systems are key to enhancing road safety. One of the critical requirements for such systems is to reliably perceive the environment. The state-of-the-art sensors, however, are not ubiquitously deployed in driver assistance systems due to their high cost. On the other hand, simpler low-cost sensing solutions suffer from poor perception. In this project, you will address this gap by combining sensing capacities of the human driver and the driver assistance system, to develop sensing solutions that are both affordable and reliable. Your aim will be to develop signal processing algorithms and interfaces to incorporate driver in the sensing loop of automated driver assistance systems. Your work will leverage the unique cognitive abilities of humans controlling these systems to process complex signals and make informed real-time decisions. The project will lay the foundations for understanding how human interaction with signal processing systems impacts transparency and ethical considerations in deploying hybrid human-in-the-loop solutions. In this project, you will be able to develop your skills in designing innovative human-in-the loop sensing solutions, rapid prototyping, and evaluation of your solutions in driving simulator experiments with human participants. You will work in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering between Delft Center for Systems and Control and the Department of Cognitive Robotics, supported by Dr. Nitin Myers and Dr. Arkady Zgonnikov.
Deadline : 1 September 2023
(26) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Responsive Infrastructure Transitions
For the NWO-funded project on Adaptable Design Pathway Transitions (ADEPT), we are looking for a highly motivated postdoc researcher. This fully funded position is offered as a 0,8 or 1,0 FTE appointment. Infrastructure transitions are happening all around us. We can find them in circular design, application of digital technologies as well as in solar, wind and nature-inclusive energy solutions. In the Netherlands, the national infrastructure systems are managed and governed by various infrastructure agencies, each responsible for their own networks, i.e., railroads, motorways, airports, seaports, energy grids and waterways. These agencies are competent in decision-making regarding their own transitions. However, they are also affected by and care about the decisions made by other agencies. This sprawl of changes among the various agencies raises questions about their interwovenness and their implications for the users and stakeholders of infrastructure systems. What if different technologies, pursued by some agencies, are incompatible for the different systems and stakeholder needs? What if certain decisions are made based on policy ambitions and agreements turn out to go against the tide of broader societal shifts? ADEPT addresses these questions. In the short term, relevant communication lines are needed between the organizations about their decisions. In the long term, the ability of these agencies to redirect their aims in a continually changing policy landscape needs to be developed. For example, their own ambitions and goals are likely to change and should not lead to ineffective policy mixes and irreversible dead-end paths as time progresses. ADEPT proposes that a systems-of-systems approach helps to place and pace an individual agency’s ambitions into a more systemic orientation: How does the Netherlands need to govern infrastructure transitions for the long term in a constantly changing environment?
Deadline : 31 August 2023
(27) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness Centre
The Ethics and Philosophy of Technology (EPT) section is looking for a postdoc who will conduct research in the ethics of pandemic and disaster. This is a 4-year fulltime position consisting of 80% of research time and 20% teaching time, contributing to the teaching of the EPT Section. The research part of this position will be conducted in the context of the multidisciplinary Frontrunner projects of the Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness Centre. Erasmus MC, TU Delft and Erasmus University Rotterdam have joined forces in the Pandemic and Disaster Preparedness Center (PDPC). The PDPC aims to prepare society for future pandemics and disasters. We will reduce vulnerabilities and risks and build resilience through effective disaster prevention, preparedness and recovery measures. Convergence of the technical, medical and social sciences is essential for developing the next generation of approaches to disasters and pandemics.
Deadline : 27th August 2023.
(28) Postdoctoral Fellowship Position
Postdoc Fellowship Position summary/title: Postdoc AI Ethics
Artificial Intelligence is used more and more in society, from healthcare to government decisions and recruitment. Along with the rapid increase of AI adoption come increased concerns about the inherent shortcomings of such technologies (e.g., robustness) and the social, and ethical implications. To create AI systems that can properly serve humans, it is crucial to put humans at the centre of the process such that the outcome system behaves in a way that fits the values and needs of people. This poses new challenges both to philosophical work on values and to (responsible) technological development. What (ethical) requirements should these systems adhere to? What does such ‘adherence’ mean and how can we demonstrate and validate claims regarding adherence? How to build AI systems that can be understood by humans and that can align their behaviour with human values? Tackling these challenges requires bridging the gap between philosophy and computer science within AI Ethics.
Deadline : 25 August 2023
About Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Netherlands –Official Website
Delft University of Technology, also known as TU Delft, is the oldest and largest Dutch public technical university. Located in Delft, Netherlands, it is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in the Netherlands, and as of 2020 it is ranked by QS World University Rankings among the top 15 engineering and technology universities in the world.
With eight faculties and numerous research institutes, it has more than 26,000 students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and 6,000 employees (teaching, research, support and management staff).
The university was established on 8 January 1842 by William II of the Netherlands as a Royal Academy, with the primary purpose of training civil servants for work in the Dutch East Indies. The school expanded its research and education curriculum over time, becoming a polytechnic school in 1864 and an institute of technology (making it a full-fledged university) in 1905. It changed its name to Delft University of Technology in 1986.
Dutch Nobel laureates Jacobus Henricus van ‘t Hoff, Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, and Simon van der Meer have been associated with TU Delft. TU Delft is a member of several university federations, including the IDEA League, CESAER, UNITECH International and 4TU.
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