UK Catalysis Hub Opportunities

Current opportunities:

ECR opportunities with the UK Catalysis Hub.

  • Research Associate in Synchrotron Methods for Catalysis at UK Catalysis Hub and Cardiff University
    We seek to recruit an enthusiastic, highly motivated scientist with proven intellectual and technical abilities to work on the new phase of the successful UK Catalysis Hub programme. The UK Catalysis Hub brings together the breadth of skills within the UK catalysis community to tackle complex catalytic challenges. This project will be focussed on developing…

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  • Research Associate in Heterogeneous Photocatalysis using Plasmonic Nanoparticles at University of Bath
    The Department of Chemistry have an exciting opportunity for a motivated researcher with a keen interest in heterogeneous photocatalysis to join the Catalytic Plasmonics(CPLAS) project. CPLAS is ¬£10 million programme grant funded by EPSRC to investigate light-driven energy-conversion at the nanoscale to promote chemical transformations. The project aims to advance a new field of research (‚Äúplasmo-catalysis‚ÄĚ) which will‚Ķ

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  • Laboratory Manager position at UK Catalysis Hub
    We seek to recruit an enthusiastic highly motivated scientist with proven intellectual and technical abilities to manage the laboratory operations and activities as applied to catalysis research as part of the UK Catalysis Hub. The post will be based on the Harwell Campus at the Research Complex at Harwell (RCaH). The overall focus of the…

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  • Postdoctoral Research Associate with Manchester Metropolitan University
    Ambitious and talented individuals with a background in aspects of electrochemistry or sonochemistry are invited to apply to join our multidisciplinary research team investigating new methods for manufacturing net zero chemicals and fuels from carbon dioxide.  Specifically, the project will focus on developing cutting edge catalysts and methods for carbon dioxide reduction.  Funded by the‚Ķ

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  • Research Associate¬†at University of Glasgow
    We are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to work on an EPSRC funded multi-institutional project ‚Äď Nitridic and Carbidic Interstitial Pd Nanoparticles for Directed Catalysis. This is an interdisciplinary partnership between researchers at the University of Southampton (Dr Peter Wells, Dr Marina Carravetta, and Prof. Chris Skylaris), Queen‚Äôs University Belfast (Prof. Alexandre Goguet and Dr.‚Ķ

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  • Research Associate in Catalytic Plasmonics at Imperial College London
    Applications are invited for enthusiastic individuals with experience in nanophotonics, plasmonics, chemical physics and/or nanofabrication to join the CPLAS research team in the Experimental Solid State Group in the Department of Physics at Imperial College London. The successful candidate will be part of our Catalytic Plasmonics (CPLAS) research programme. We aim to transform the field…

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  • Research Associate position at Keele University
    This post represents an exciting opportunity for an ambitious individual to join a team of staff in Keele University‚Äôs Faculty of Natural Sciences.  The faculty is responsible for the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences. A postdoctoral research associate position is available within the groups of Dr Sebastian C. Cosgrove & Prof. Gavin J. Miller, to‚Ķ

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  • Post-Doc Research Associate in Catalysis systems development¬†with Diamond Light Source
    We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) to work within the Spectroscopy Group at Diamond Light Source in collaboration with the UK Catalysis Hub, on the development of experimental systems and infrastructures for operando catalysis experiments with hard X-ray spectroscopies. The post holder will work on the analysis, design and commissioning of sample environments…

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  • RA in Eng Electro-catalysts for green Hydrogen Production¬†at Loughborough University
    There is a new opportunity to work on exciting and ambitious research in engineering efficient and stable electrocatalysts for water splitting to green hydrogen and oxygen, and to develop novel technologies for producing hydrogen from renewable energy sources. The successful electro-catalysis technology will bring game-changing revolution on low-cost and scalable hydrogen production for wider downstream applications‚Ķ

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  • Research Fellow¬†at University of Aberdeen
    We are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified chemical engineer or chemist with a strong background in plasma catalysis to join a vibrant research team under the supervision of Dr Panagiotis Kechagiopoulos at the School of Engineering. This post is supported by a UK Catalysis Hub Research grant which aims at identifying optimal catalysts and…

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