The studentship is funded by a Marie Skłodowska Curie European Training Network and the successful applicant will be appointed and paid as a fellow at the University. The project involves modeling the performance of immobilized enzymes in redox-polymer based sensors and in directly validating the models using experimental data generated within the Network. There will be an opportunity for the successful applicant to carry out experimental measurements as part of the work. The position will suit candidates with a background in chemistry, chemical engineering or biochemistry and an interest in coupled (bio)chemical kinetics, mass transport and the applications of mathematical modeling. Some familiarity with programming and/or modeling tools such as Mattab, Mathematica, Maple or Comsol would be an advantage.
Closing date: applications should be received no later than 28th February 2020.
How To Apply
Applications should be made online here selecting “PhD Chemistry (Full time)” as the programme. Please enter Philip Bartlett under the Topic or Field of Research.
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