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PhD student with a degree in engineering or physics

Employeur : Université de Liège

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Job Description:

The Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Liège, Belgium, has an opening for a PhD student/teaching assistant position starting in October 2017.

The University of Liège is the largest public university in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium. The city of Liège is located 100 km east of Brussels, with excellent connections to major European cities (about 3h by train from Amsterdam, Paris or Frankfurt).

If you work with us, you will join an international staff of approximately 50 researchers (PhD students, postdocs and professors) active in the manifold fields of applications of chemical engineering (http://chemeng.ulg.ac.be/). Quite generally, chemical engineering builds on chemistry, physics, engineering and/or applied mathematics to develop processes for transforming materials and energy.

We offer a 2-year position, renewable twice. You will be expected to prepare and defend a PhD thesis within the duration of your contract.

Your duties

You will be part of a team working on the development of nanomaterials for energy storage. Specifically, you will research the nanometer-scale damaging of porous materials used for battery applications. This will involve both experimental and modelling work, but the balance can be adjusted depending on your tastes and skills.

For approximately 1/3 of your working time, you will act as a teaching assistant for undergraduate courses of the engineering curriculum at the University of Liège (e.g. general chemistry and/or thermodynamics).

Profil / Qualifications Requises

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Ideally you have a master degree in engineering, physics, or materials science. You are also welcome to apply if you can testify to an interest in these fields and you are quantitatively minded. The teaching duties require a working knowledge of French.

Feel free to contact Cedric Gommes (cedric.gommes@ulg.ac.be) for any question about this position.

Keywords: nanomaterials, porous materials, batteries, physical chemistry


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