Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 2 years in the first instance.
Applications are invited for up to four post-doctoral research associates to work in the group led by Professor Clare P. Grey on the beyond Li-ion technologies.
The project will involve the study of, lithium/air, metal/air, and all solid-state batteries using advanced electrochemical testing and ex-situ and operando characterisation techniques. Projects could involve the synthesis and characterisation (e.g. powder X-ray diffraction/spectroscopy, electron microscopy) of materials for energy applications.
Applicants must have (or be about to obtain) a PhD in inorganic/materials chemistry or other related areas. A strong background in electrochemistry (either batteries or fuel cells) and ex-situ characterization methods are essential.
Previous experience working in lithium ion batteries or related technologies, ionic liquids, and operando/in-situ characterization methods (such as Raman,, MS, IR, TEM) is desirable, as well as the ability to work in teams.
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