Research Fellow in Computational Modelling of Heterogeneous Catalysis (fixed term)

Metal Atoms on Surfaces and Interfaces (MASI) is a large-scale multidisciplinary project spearheaded by four UK universities (Nottingham, Cardiff, Cambridge, and Birmingham) simultaneously addressing two grand challenges: sustainable use of metals and low-carbon technologies. The project is motivated by natural (limited resource of critical metals) and anthropogenic (overpopulation, global warming)…

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Pioneering Developments in NMR for Materials Analysis Workshop

When: 21 October 2021Where: Virtual Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a well known technique in chemical analysis, however the extent to which it may be used to reveal insights into materials properties is often underestimated. Both traditional, and solid state NMR possess the capability to probe functional materials in ways…

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2nd Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis Virtual Conference

When: 8 – 9 November 2021 We would like to make the UK Catalysis Hub aware of the forthcoming 2nd Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis Virtual Conference taking place from 08 -09 November 2021. Organised by Fusion Online, a Cambridge, UK based family-run organisation.  Whilst we wait for the impacts of COVID to settle, Arjan Kleij…

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Intense Radiation Sources in Materials Chemistry and Physics

When: 19 November 2021, 10:00 – 18:00 GMTWhere: Institute of Physics, 37 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9BU and online This meeting, in honour of Neville Greaves, highlights the latest developments in synchrotron,  neutron and FEL instruments. This one-day meeting has been arranged in parallel with a special issue of the Journal of Physics, Condensed…

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8th UK Catalysis Conference UKCC 2022: Call for Abstracts

When: 5 – 7 January 2022 We would like to invite you to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the 8th UK Catalysis Conference, UKCC 2022. The Abstract submission is now open, and abstracts can be submitted using the link for abstract submission via Easychair. The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday 3rd September 2021. The UK…

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2 PhD positions University of Birmingham

We are looking for 2 highly motivated PhD candidates willing to work at the University of Birmingham in the interception of material science, chemistry, fundamental and applied electrochemistry. Ideally, the candidate should have a 2.1 of higher degree in chemistry, or a related discipline.  This project will investigate the (photo)electrochemical…

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2 positions at Durham University – closing date 30th September

Postdoctoral Research Associate Chemistry (Heterogeneous Catalysis)  Phil Dyer and Simon Beaumont have a joint PDRA post available on an industrially funded research project in Durham. The project involves the selection, synthesis, characterization and development of a range of heterogeneous catalysts for an industrially important reaction. The work is funded by Sinopec, a…

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New call for UK Catalysis Hub projects 2021 open (SEPT 2021)

The Call will close on the 20 December 2021 at 12.00.  Please send a 2 page (A4, Arial 11 point, margins 2.0 cm) proposal for these projects to The Project Manager, Josie Goodall josie.goodall@rc-harwell.ac.uk before 12.00 on the closing date .  Please use the Subject line: ‘Application for New Call 2021’.  It is strongly advised…

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V-UKEM 2021: UK Emission Control Workshop

When: 21 October 2021, 09:00 BSTWhere: Virtual The fifth UK Emission Control Workshop will take place on the 21st of October 2021. It will be offered online. This interactive workshop will offer an open forum for technical discussion about the current challenges facing the automotive industry and provide experts from industry…

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