PhD studentship: Advanced solid electrolytes for energy storage

Updated: 3 months ago
Location: London, ENGLAND
Deadline: 01 Jun 2019

UCL Department / Division
Chemical Engineering
Location of position
London
Duration of Studentship
Up to 3.5 years
Stipend
£16,777 per annum + UK/EU fees
Vacancy Information

UCL Engineering The Faculty of Engineering Sciences comprises ten academic departments who undertake research and teaching across a great range of disciplines.  Our scientists and engineers take discoveries from life sciences, pure mathematics, psychology and many other areas, mix them together, add their own innovations and produce solutions the world needs.  It is a dynamic and growing Faculty, located in Bloomsbury, central London, with a strong vision and desire to use our talents to ‘Change the world’.  For more information see www.ucl.ac.uk/engineering



UCL Department of Chemical Engineering is one of the top research and teaching departments in the UK and has world-class standing.  The department offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and has an extensive research portfolio across a wealth of areas, and from molecular scale to complex systems. It is undergoing a period of rapid growth, and is the home of the EPSRC “Frontier Engineering” Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering, the Electrochemical Innovation Laboratory, and several consortia supported by the European Commission.  For more information see www.ucl.ac.uk/chemeng


Studentship Description

The successful candidate is expected to carry out experimental research in the field of materials science and energy storage/generation, discover and design new solid-state electrolyte materials for incorporation in all-solid-state batteries and collaborate with a within a large research team.


Person Specification

The successful candidate must have a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Material Science, Chemistry, Physics or a related field. Prior experience with specific experimental techniques (e.g., electrochemistry, inorganic synthesis) is desirable, but not essential. More important is the desire and motivation to think creatively and collaborate widely to achieve project objectives.


Eligibility

To apply, please visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate/apply



If you have any queries regarding the vacancy, please contact  Dr Alex Rettie ( a.rettie@ucl.ac.uk ) 


Contact name
Alex Rettie
Contact details
a.rettie@ucl.ac.uk
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Closing Date
1 Jun 2019
Latest time for the submission of applications
23:59
Interview date
TBC
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