Research Scientist in petroleum chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry
The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) is staffing up its carbon materials program and seeks one or more research scientists. The group will be primarily responsible for carrying out process trials for coal liquefaction, distillations, and processing of mesophase pitch.
University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research has built up an outstanding research program directed to high-value carbon materials derived from coal and petroleum resources such as pitches, binders, activated carbons, cokes, fibers, and composites.
Applicants for the research scientist positions will preferably have
- Ph.D. in the relevant area
- experience in carbon science, coal or petroleum chemistry and broad-based knowledge in synthetic organic chemistry, including experience in synthesis, purification, qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis, and physical property testing;
- strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated record of teamwork, adaptability, innovation, and initiative; and
- the ability to work well with all levels of personnel throughout CAER’s laboratories. To be considered for all 4 research scientist positions you must submit an application to each. One application will not be considered for all 4 openings.
- To apply for all 4 positions, reference the following job numbers: RE22304, RE22305, RE22306, RE22307
- Cover Letter
Apply online: https://ukjobs.uky.edu/login
More Information: https://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/270161
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|Organization||The University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research|
|Subjects||carbon science, coal or petroleum chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry|