PhD, Research Associate, Technical Staff Positions at the Cambridge Graphene Centre (CGC), University of Cambridge.
Positions: PhD Positions
PhD fellowship positions are available every year. Potential candidates are invited to send the CV and two reference letters directly to Prof A. C. Ferrari (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Qualifications / Requirement: Degrees in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, and Nanotechnology.
Positions: Research Associate in Perovskite Solar Cells Based on Graphene and Related Materials (Fixed Term)
Qualifications / Requirement: The candidate will have a PhD in Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Nanotechnology or Electrical Engineering.
Fellowship: £32,816 – £40,322
Fixed-term: The position is available for 24 months in the first instance.
Positions: Cambridge Graphene Centre Executive Assistant
The mission of the CGC is to investigate the science and technology of graphene and related materials.
Duration: Fixed-term – The funds are available for two years.
Positions: Research Assistant in Graphene and Related Materials Technology Translation, Standardization and Industrialization (Fixed Term)
The aim is to support the development of applications based on graphene and related materials (GRMs), combining the versatile properties of GRMs with conventional semiconductor technologies and manufacturing processes.
Qualifications / Requirement: Master’s degree in Applied Physics, Material Science, Nanotechnology or Engineering with previous experience in graphene and related materials. Preference will be given to applicants with a proven track record in technology transfer, standardization and industrialization, to boost collaborations between industry and academia.
Salary: £26,715 – £30,942
Positions: Cambridge Graphene Centre Cleanroom Process Technician
The selected candidate will assist the CGC Principal Technician and the CGC Facilities Manager to undertake all higher-risk activities, such as modifications to the gas handling system and resupply, which is particularly important when the hazard presented is acute.
Qualifications / Requirement: The candidate will be educated to at least HNC level qualification or gained experience and specialist knowledge through a period of practical experience and theoretical training working to a high degree of precision in a cleanroom. The role requires specialist knowledge, good problem solving and technical skills.
Fixed-term: The funds are available for two years in the first instance.
Applications are to be made online (link given at the end of the post)
|Organization||University of Cambridge, Cambridge Graphene Centre|
|Level||PhD, Research Associate, Technical Staff|
|Subject areas||Chemistry, Physics, Material science|