The successful applicant should have or expect to achieve 1st or 2:1 class Integrated Masters degree (MSci, MChem, etc.) or 2:1 minimum BSc plus stand-alone Masters degree with Merit in Physics or Physical Chemistry. They will demonstrate strong interest and self-motivation in the subject, good experimental practice and theoretical and computational skills, the ability to think analytically and creatively. Good presentation and writing skills in English are required. Previous research experience in contributing to a collaborative interdisciplinary research environment is highly desirable but not necessary as training will be provided.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 110.53
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