Overview: – This post is part of a large consortium funded by the EU under the RETROACTIVE programmer and is focused on Breakthrough Zero-Emissions Heat Generation with Hydrogen-metal Systems (HERMES).

 About the position:-

  1. This post is part of a large consortium funded by the EU under the FETPROACT programme and is focused on Breakthrough Zero-Emissions Heat Generation with Hydrogen-metal Systems (HERMES).
  2. Within the consortium there are teams based in Finland, Germany, France, Ireland, the Czech Republic and the UK.
  3. The overall programme aims to explore nanostructured metal-hydrogen systems as a route to zero emissions heat generation.
  4. One central aspect of this programme is the focus on high temperature proton conductive solid oxides as a separation membrane that makes use of a Pd-D electrode reaction.

 

  1. This will involve using a range of labels, including D2O, combined with annealing processes to provide equilibrium surface exchange kinetics and knowledge of ion transport processes, including probing bulk vs grain boundary mobility.

Eligibility criteria:-

  • Research Assistant, near completion of PhD (or equivalent) in physics, chemistry or materials science and engineering.

How to apply:-

Quick Overview
About The Origination Imperial College London
Position Research Assistant
Country London U.K
Subject Chemistry, Physics Or Materials Science And Engineering
Deadline 6 December 2020

 

https://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/description/ENG01460/research-assistant-associate-%E2%80%93-proton-exchange-and-diffusion

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