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Reference : UMR5279-LAEDUB-002
Workplace : ST MARTIN D HERES
Date of publication : Thursday, September 9, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 21 months
Expected date of employment : 1 December 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2663.79 € and 3783,24 € brutto according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The post-doc hired at LEPMI will be responsible of the ANR-BMBF BRIDGE project. It aims at transferring ORR catalysts efficient in model conditions (RDE set-up, liquid electrolyte) into real world membrane electrode assemblies.
Project management: To ensure the daily mangement of the French-German ANR-BMBF BRIDGE project linking LEPMI and French and German academic and industrial partners.
Main experimental tasks: Synthesis of nanostructured electrocatalysts, electrochemical and physicochemical characterization (scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microcopy (TEM), X-ray diffraction etc...)
- Skills in materials science and/or electron microscopy and/or Synthesis of nanomaterials and/or Electrocatalysis
- Ability to work in a team,
- Ability to synthesize/review reports/publications,
- Good knowledge of French and English required.
In the framework of a collaborative project funded by the ANR-BMBF (BRIDGE), the Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physical Chemistry of Materials and Interfaces (LEPMI), SYMBIO (Grenoble, France), ZSW (Ulm, Germany) and Heraeus (Germany) aim to identify and unveil some limitations related to the implementation of promising electrocatalysts in liquid electrolyte in more technological systems such as membrane electrode assemblies. The LEPMI (https://lepmi.grenoble-inp.fr/) is a joint research unit of CNRS - Grenoble INP - UGA - Université Savoie Mont-Blanc with about 100 researchers. Its research topics concern the electrochemical energy storage and conversion, combining materials science and electrochemical engineering. The post-doctorate will be carried out in the Electrochemistry and Interfacial Processes (EIP) team under the supervision of Dr. Laetitia Dubau and Dr. Frédéric Maillard.
Constraints and risks
Risks related to the use of chemical solvents
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