External Opportunities

Current opportunities:

PhD and ECR opportunities from the catalysis community.

Research Fellow at Queen’s University Belfast

The School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (CCE) at Queen’s University Belfast, is currently seeking to appoint a Research Fellow in Sustainable Aviation Fuels. The consortium, funded by the Leverhulme trust, aims to design new catalysts and chemical processes for direct capture and conversion of CO2 and biomass derived feedstocks…

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Research Fellow at University of Birmingham

This is a Royal Society-funded postdoctoral position in the group of Dr Andrew Jupp in the School of Chemistry at the University of Birmingham.  The aim of the project is the design and synthesis of main-group compounds for small-molecule activation and catalysis. In particular, we aim to explore the functionalisation…

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ACG Applied Catalysis Award

The Applied Catalysis Award is held every two years, for individuals who have contributed significantly in the field of applied catalysis, and is not limited to one field in catalysis. Applications are welcomed from all fields including but not limited to homogeneous, heterogeneous, bio, pharma, photo and process catalysis in…

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Photo induced Force Microscopy (PiFM)

Photo induced Force Microscopy (PiFM) combines the analytical power of infrared vibrational spectroscopy with the spatially resolved nano-topographical information of atomic force microscopy (AFM) creating an extraordinarily powerful technique for investigating the behaviour of surfaces in greater detail than has previously been possible. Whereas techniques such as SEM, EDX and…

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Research Associate In Computational Chemistry at University of Manchester

An EPSRC-funded Postdoctoral Research Associate position with Prof Nikolas Kaltsoyannis is available for 36 months from 1/2/24, and will involve the computational quantum chemical study of bimetallic homogeneous catalysts for the conversion of nitrogen to ammonia, and secondary or tertiary amines. The project is a collaboration with the synthetic inorganic…

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Overseas Lindemann Fellowships

Lindemann Fellowships, each worth $130,000, are designed as an early post-doctoral opportunity, and are awarded to graduates of exceptional promise in both the pure and applied physical sciences, who have shown capacity for producing original research. Each Fellowship lasts for two years. The subject areas eligible are defined broadly to…

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