Funding is available for 3.5 years, starting from 1 October 2019 for UK/EU students only.
The candidate should hold a master’s degree in physics, chemistry, materials or a closely related discipline, preferably with interest or experience on soft nanomaterials. Experience with computer programming would be highly beneficial. Most important, the candidate should share our curiosity and enthusiasm for research!
Note that Lorenzo’s group, currently based at the University of Cambridge, will move to Imperial College, Department of Chemistry in August 2019.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 54.90
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