About the Project
We are looking for highly motivated individual who have obtained, or expect to obtain, a first or 2.1 UK honors degree, in Material Science/Chemistry/Physics/ a relevant Engineering degree. Independent, self-motivation, good team spirit, and excellent communication skills are important assets of the successful candidate.
Successful candidate will work in the ‘Smart Materials Research and Device Technology’ (SMaRDT) Group of Dr. Aruna Ivaturi in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry and will be co-supervised by her and Prof. Rob Martin (Semiconductors Spectroscopy and Devices Group, Department of Physics, University of Strathclyde)
As a University of Strathclyde PhD student, the successful candidate will have access to the Strathclyde Researcher Development programme (PGCert) offering you courses for personal development as a research professional. The PhD student will also be a part of University of Strathclyde’s Centre of Doctoral training C-INSPRE ‘Centre for Interdisciplinary Sustainable Practices of Research in Energy’
All inquiries should be directed to Dr. Aruna Ivaturi ([Email Address Removed]). All applications must be submitted via email to Dr. Aruna Ivaturi as a single pdf file and should include the following:
1) A cover letter explaining your interest and fit to the project (max 1 page)
2) A CV (2-3 pages).
3) Two references (including email addresses).
4) A copy of academic transcripts.
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