A 3 year postdoc position is available within our lab (http://www.liv.ac.uk/chemistry/staff/alexander-cowan/) utilising Sum Frequency Generation spectroscopy of electrode surfaces during CO2 reduction.
The full details and how to apply is copied below. Informal enquires to me (email@example.com) are also welcome.
|Postdoctoral Research Associate in Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy of Electrode Surfaces Grade 7|
|£33,518 – £38,833 pa|
|We are seeking to appoint an individual to work on Sum Frequency Generation spectroscopy of electrode surfaces during CO2 reduction, funded by Engineering Physical Sciences Research Council. Based within the Department of Chemistry, you will have a PhD in Chemical Physics/Physical Chemistry or closely related subject and demonstrate a strong background in ultrafast laser spectroscopy, ideally with experience of SFG spectroscopy. Experience of electrochemical systems is desirable but not essential. Your role will focus on exploring how catalyst/electrode interactions can be tuned to enhance and control the activity during carbon dioxide reduction. We particularly seek individuals who are keen in cutting edge interdisciplinary research and have excellent communication skills to work both independently and within a team|
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