External Opportunities

Current opportunities:

PhD and ECR opportunities from the catalysis community.


PhD Recruitments in Machine Learning Boosted Computational Heterogeneous Catalysis at University of Massachusetts Lowell

Dr. Fanglin Che research group is currently recruiting multiple Ph.D. candidates, who will be working on the thesis related to machine learning boosted computational heterogeneous catalysis, such as electrocatalysis, plasma catalysis and field-enhanced catalysis. Dr. Fanglin Che research group is in the department of chemical engineering at University of Massachusetts…

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Opening for W3 Professor in Inorganic Chem at University of Bonn

The Institute of Inorganic Chemistry in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Bonn invites applications for a W3-Professorship (with tenure) in Inorganic Chemistry to be filled as soon as possible. Successful candidates are expected to be internationally renowned in experimental molecularinorganic chemistry with a broad…

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EPSRC Funding Opportunity: Working with centres: advanced materials

This funding opportunity aims to support early- to mid-career materials researchers in building connections and collaborations with established UKRI research programmes. This could be to further their research through enhancing available expertise, to broaden their research horizons or help translate their research into applications. You must be based at a…

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PhD Astrocatalysis at Near-ambient Pressure ‚Äď Transition Metal Clusters at Heriot-Watt University

This PhD opportunity will primarily be based at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. Please contact Prof Martin McCoustra (m.r.s.mccoustra@hw.ac.uk) for further details. As recently demonstrated [1,2], Fischer-Tropsch chemistry is potentially an important catalytic chemistry in space environments at high temperatures (T>100 K) and pressures (P>>10-4 mbar) converting the dominant simple species (H2 and CO)‚Ķ

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Postdoc in polymer reactivity at University of Texas at Dallas

The Sterling Group at the University of Texas at Dallas is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to explore polymer reactivity. Our research program integrates computational modelling, theoretical physical organic chemistry and electronic structure theory to advance our understanding of chemical reactivity. We aim to develop new concepts and computational tools to…

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Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Kansas

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kansas is search for a postdoctoral scholar to work in the group of Prof. Manar Shoshani. Length of Appointment: Initial appointment is for one year with possibility of renewal annually subject to mutual agreement. The successful candidate will conduct research in synthetic…

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