Research fellow in process chemistry at University of Leeds

Are you a creative process chemist looking for your next challenge? Does developing interdisciplinary solutions to poor air quality, a problem affecting the health of thousands of people, motivate you? Do you want to develop your networks both in one of the UKā€™s leading research-intensive institutions and with industrial partners?

You will join our team from the Schools of Chemistry, and Chemical and Process Engineering, working to develop LowCat, a new catalyst for NOx emissions mitigation. You will support a late-stage commercialisation project funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council. The project builds on existing work demonstrating the effectiveness of LowCat for exhaust emissions mitigation and initial scale up of manufacture to the kg scale. The team at University of Leeds are working with partners from University College London, the ISIS Neutron facility and MinChem limited to deliver a scalable process for manufacture of an optimised catalyst to a range of target markets.

Deadline: 8 May 2024

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