- Trinity College Dublin
- School of Chemistry
- Research Field
- Researcher Profile
- First Stage Researcher (R1)
- Application Deadline
- Type of Contract
- Not Applicable
- Job Status
- Hours Per Week
- Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme?
- Not funded by an EU programme
- Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure?
The McAuley Group, based in the School of Chemistry – Trinity College Dublin, is offering one fully-funded PhD position (4 years) for March 2023 start in Physical Chemistry focused on the study of reactions at the solid/solution interface for Sustainability, Energy and Sensor applications.
The group has wide-ranging interests encompassing both fundamental electrochemistry (theory, experiment and simulation) through to the development of chemical sensors, with a particular focus on advanced nanochemistry. Applicants are advised to look at the recent work of the PI to determine if there are set subject areas they are primarily interested in and with which their experience aligns.
The ideal applicant will have a 1st Class or 2i Master's or Honours Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Physics, or a related discipline. Being able to collaborate and work interdisciplinarily is an important aspect of the work undertaken by the group. The researcher will work independently, but also closely with other members of a multidisciplinary project team. Good written and oral communication skills are essential. Previous experience with the use and development of electrochemical techniques would be a bonus but not essential.
This project will be supervised by Prof Chris Batchelor-McAuley. A stipend of €18,500 p.a. will be paid to the student (paid monthly). Fees are provided up to the EU fee level*. Non-EU students will need to pay a fees contribution of approx. €9,000 p.a..
* For this 2023 intake Ukrainian nationals displaced by the war will be considered eligible for the EU fees status and will have their whole PhD fees covered.
Candidates should email applications as a single combined PDF including a cover letter (1 page max.) outlining their motivation and research interests, and a CV (2 pages max) to email@example.com Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis until the position has been filled.
The McAuley Group and the School of Chemistry welcomes applications from all qualified candidates, and applications are particularly encouraged from all genders / ethnicities / backgrounds traditionally under-represented in Chemistry.
Research Group Webpage: https://mcauleygroup.net/
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- Trinity College Dublin
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