PhD Fellowship in Catalytic Processes at Instituto de Tecnología Química de Valencia (UPV-CSIC), Spain

Postdoc in Spain
PhD Fellowship in Catalytic Processes : The Instituto de Tecnología Química (ITQ) at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) in collaboration with the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) invites applications for a PhD research fellowship. This opportunity is part of the Severo Ochoa Excellence Program, aimed at addressing environmental and energetic challenges through innovative catalytic processes.

PhD Research Fellowship in Catalytic Processes at Instituto de Tecnología Química de Valencia (UPV-CSIC)

Summary Table

DesignationPhD Research Fellowship
Research AreaCatalytic Processes, Sustainable Energy Production
LocationInstituto de Tecnología Química, Valencia, Spain
Eligibility/QualificationMaster’s degree in relevant fields or completion by September 2024
Job DescriptionResearch in photo and photoelectrocatalytic processes to produce high value chemicals
How to ApplyContact Dr. Pedro Atienzar and/or Dr. Herme G. Baldoví at the provided emails
Last Date to ApplyUntil position filled


PhD Research Fellowship

Research Area

Catalytic Processes: Catalysis for energy and process intensification by applying instrumental tools to monitor chemical processes.


Instituto de Tecnología Química, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia – Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Valencia, Spain.


  • Master’s degree in Chemistry, Energy, Catalysis, Materials Science, Nanoscience, or related fields.
  • Completion of Master’s degree by September 2024.
  • Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Strong passion for science.
  • Good level of English.
  • Strong academic record.

Job Description

The selected candidate will join the Nanomaterials for Optoelectronics, Photonics, and Energy group at ITQ. The project aims to develop photo and photoelectrocatalytic processes using light, electricity, and catalysts to produce high-value chemicals from abundant sources such as water, N2, O2, carbonates, and biomass waste. The research will focus on both fundamental studies and applied science, utilizing modern tools to determine chemical mechanisms and limiting steps in these processes.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should contact Dr. Pedro Atienzar ( and/or Dr. Herme G. Baldoví ( with their application.

Last Date to Apply

Until position filled



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