PhD Studentship in Computational Chemistry, University of Birmingham, UK

Postdoctoral Position in UK United Kingdom

PhD Studentship in Computational Chemistry: The University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry, offers a fully funded UK home rate 3.5-year PhD Studentship in Computational Chemistry of Graphene-Based Materials. Led by Prof. Ganna (Anya) Gryn’ova, the project explores the computational modeling of graphene and its derivatives, emphasizing applications in carbocatalysis, energy conversion, and the design of new functional materials. The position is tentatively set to start in April 2024, with applications accepted until March 1, 2024.

PhD Studentship in Computational Chemistry of Graphene-Based Materials

Designation: PhD Studentship

Research Area: Computational Chemistry of Graphene-Based Materials

Location: School of Chemistry, University of Birmingham, UK

Eligibility/Qualification:

  • First or upper second (2.1) honors degree (or equivalent) in chemistry, physics, materials science, or related discipline.
  • Experience in theoretical/computational chemistry, numerical simulations, and/or materials science.
  • Basic programming skills are desirable.

Job Description: The successful candidate will investigate the chemistry of Graphene-Based Materials (GBMs) for carbocatalysis, electrocatalysis, and hybrid electrode materials. Working closely with the Computational Carbon Chemistry group, the research involves multiscale materials modeling and collaboration with team members focusing on various functional organic materials. The candidate will receive comprehensive training in computational chemistry techniques and gain expertise in the field of graphene-based materials. Additionally, training in transferable skills will be provided.

How to Apply: To apply, submit a single PDF attachment via email to Prof. Ganna (Anya) Gryn’ova (g.grynova@bham.ac.uk) with the following:

  1. Cover letter (1 page max.) indicating the earliest starting date.
  2. Full curriculum vitae.
  3. Transcript listing courses taken and grades received.
  4. Contact details of two referees.

Last Date for Apply: Applications will be accepted until March 1, 2024, but the position will be filled as soon as an appropriate candidate is found.

Funding Notes:

  • Fully funded for 3.5 years.
  • Includes a tax-free annual stipend and fees at the UK home rate.
  • Additional funding available for research, training costs, conference attendance, etc.
  • Applicants not eligible for UK home fee status must secure additional external funding to cover international fees.

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