This is a highly interdisciplinary post focussed upon the synthesis of new chiral chromophores and the study of their assembly both in solution and solid states. The project titled “Chiral Self-assembled pi-Functional Materials” will be directed by Professor David B. Amabilino.
Candidates should have proven ability in innovative and effective experimental research in the areas of chiral functional molecular materials, particularly aimed at the area of (opto) electronics.
|Organization||University of Nottingham|
|Fellowship Level||Research Fellow|
|Subject areas||Inorganic Chemistry|
|Fellowship amount||£28,982 per annum|
|Deadline||4 March 2016|
- Synthetic Organic, Physical Organic Chemistry
- Optical and Electron Microscopies
- Circular Dichroism, NMR, FTIR
- UV/Vis/NIR absorption spectroscopies.
- Honors degree (or equivalent) in Chemistry
- PhD Thesis or Equivalent in relevant subject
- Good communication skills, the ability to collaborate effectively with senior and junior colleagues and the ability to interact closely with external collaborators are essential.
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