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Reference : UMR8004-CHRSER0-004
Workplace : PARIS 05
Date of publication : Friday, November 08, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 4 months
Expected date of employment : 2 December 2019
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2100 to 2300 euros bruts per month depending on the experience of the candidate
Desired level of education : Engineer
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The present project will consist of synthesizing and characterizing known or new MOFs-GO composites to investigate other potential applications such as heterogeneous catalysis. This will done in tight collaboration with partners from the EU consortium.
Advanced synthesis and characterization tools will be available at IMAP such as high throughput synthesis, powder x-ray diffractometer, thermal analysis, gas sorption or electron microscopy equipped with EDX analysis.
the candidate shall have an expertise in the synthesis and characterization of MOF materials; a first experience with graphene oxide would be a plus. A very good level in English is required.
IMAP, Institute of porous MAterials from Paris, headed by Dr Christian Serre, has been created end of 2016 (https://www.chimie.ens.fr/recherche/laboratoire-imap/imap/). Its activity is mainly focused on the synthesis and characterization of new porous functional solids (e.g. metal organic frameworks, metal phosphates, composites, nanoparticles, films…) for applications in energy, environment and health. Recently, the group has investigated the design of new MOFs Graphene Oxide composites in a view of carbon capture part of the European project Gramofon (www.gramofon.eu).
Constraints and risks
Risks assosiated potentially to the toxicity of graphene oxide nanosheets and/or MOFs nanoparticles.
the contact names are christian Serre (firstname.lastname@example.org) and farid nouar (email@example.com). The work will be carried out at IMAP's laboratories at ESPCI (10 rue Vauquelin) and ENS (24 rue Lhomond).
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