Overview: – This post is part of a large consortium funded by the EU under the RETROACTIVE programmer and is focused on Breakthrough Zero-Emissions Heat Generation with Hydrogen-metal Systems (HERMES).
About the position:-
- This post is part of a large consortium funded by the EU under the FETPROACT programme and is focused on Breakthrough Zero-Emissions Heat Generation with Hydrogen-metal Systems (HERMES).
- Within the consortium there are teams based in Finland, Germany, France, Ireland, the Czech Republic and the UK.
- The overall programme aims to explore nanostructured metal-hydrogen systems as a route to zero emissions heat generation.
- One central aspect of this programme is the focus on high temperature proton conductive solid oxides as a separation membrane that makes use of a Pd-D electrode reaction.
- This will involve using a range of labels, including D2O, combined with annealing processes to provide equilibrium surface exchange kinetics and knowledge of ion transport processes, including probing bulk vs grain boundary mobility.
- Research Assistant, near completion of PhD (or equivalent) in physics, chemistry or materials science and engineering.
How to apply:-
- Further guidance may be sought from Mrs Darakshan Khan email@example.com
- For technical issues when applying online please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|About The Origination||Imperial College London|
|Subject||Chemistry, Physics Or Materials Science And Engineering|
|Deadline||6 December 2020|