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PhD studentship granted from the Energy Institute

We are pleased to announced that we have been granted a PhD studentship from the Energy Institute. In collaboration with Dr. M. Ismail and Prof. M. Pourkashanian, this studentship will enable us to further investigate novel carbon foams. The goal is to correlate the material’s intrinsic electronic properties to its overall efficacity in hydrogen fuel cells.

Details about this exciting position are coming soon…

Open position

Open postdoc position

We are delighted to invite application for a 2-years postdoc position in ultrafast characterization of novel (nano-structured) graphene and graphene-based materials.

The position is part of a £1.8M international venture, in collaboration with Chemistry (UK), Animal & Plant Science (UK) and Engineering (USA). The overall goal of the grant is to develop sensors of small molecules for soil analysis using novel graphene morphologies. The objective of this particular position is to charaterize the electronic properties of these novel material.

The position thus includes a trip to the USA as well as possible collaboration with the local and international partners.

If you want to know more about it, contact me, otherwise apply directly here.