PhD & Post-doctoral Adverts
Opportunity in Solar Fuels Research
A variety a posts available with Dioxycle
Dioxycle is a start-up devoted to the electroconversion of carbon dioxide emissions into valuable feedstocks with the aim of decarbonizing industrial emissions. The two co-founders created the company after 5 years of joint research in the field between the University of Cambridge, Collège de France and Stanford. They have now grown a diverse and international team of engineers and scientists working on each of the chemical, mechanical, and software challenges of the technology. Together, they are developing a high-efficiency autonomous carbon dioxide electrolyzer. They are a lively and passionate team and have positions open if you are interested click below.
2 PhD Positions Available at Trinity College Dublin
Applications from outstanding and highly motivated students are invited for two fully funded 4-year PhD positions (€18,500/year + academic fees) to join the Computational Catalysis and Energy Materials (CCEM) group led by Prof. Max García-Melchor in the School of Chemistry of Trinity College Dublin.
Technical Scientific Officer at Newcastle University
This is a rare opportunity to join a dynamic multidisciplinary diverse team at the heart of delivering our research strategy. In this exciting role you will be responsible for the planning, organisation and management of a unique national facility, provisioning an expert service in Ultrafast Transient Absorption Spectroscopy.
Research Assistant/Associate in Printable Solar Cell Assembly and Testing (Indoor and Outdoor) at Newcastle University
We are a world class research-intensive university. We deliver teaching and learning of the highest quality. We play a leading role in economic, social and cultural development of the North East of England.
Postdoctoral Reseatrch Position Functionalized MOFs for the photoelectroreduction of CO2 and oxidation of water at Sorbonne University Paris
This post-doc position will build on the recent publications on metal-organic frameworks functionalized for CO2 reduction and water oxidation.