Applications are invited from qualified graduates for fully-funded four-year PhD studentships in the area of Integrated Catalysis at The University of Manchester, starting in October 2019.
iCAT is a unique postgraduate training centre featuring expertise in chemical catalysis, biological catalysis and process engineering - connecting these disciplines in a transformative way compared to current practice. The merging of biocatalytic and chemocatalytic regimes will change the way molecules are made, shaping a new future for the UK chemical industry.
We are looking to recruit students interested in multidisciplinary PhD projects in areas such as chemocatalysis, biocatalysis, catalyst modelling, process engineering, organic synthesis, and new chemical technologies.
Candidates should hold an honours degree in chemistry or chemical engineering, or related subject, minimum level of 2:1 or above. To apply for the programme, please visit www.integrated-catalysis-cdt.manchester.ac.uk, deadline 16 March 2019. Informal enquires are welcome, to [email protected]
Applicants will be invited to interview late March 2019.