The duties will include reactor set-up and design (~15% time commitment) and the use of chemical characterization and spectroscopic probes of catalyst structure to determine catalytic rates and reaction pathways (~ 50% time commitment). The responsibilities will also include presentation and assisting in the preparation of reports to the sponsor (~ 25% time commitment) as well as supervision of graduate and undergraduate students (~ 10% time commitment)
Required Qualifications: PhD in Chemical Engineering with a thesis topic related to heterogeneous catalysis
Preferred Qualifications: A strong background in synthesis and structural characterization of inorganic catalysis and training in analytical methods for evaluating performance of catalysis is required. In addition, preference will be given to candidates with a strong academic and publication record and to those who have demonstrated strong communication and writing skills.
Internal Number: 336344
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