Students should have a First or an Upper Second class honours degree (or equivalent) in chemical or mechanical engineering, materials science, chemistry or other suitable subject. Experience in catalysis, inorganic synthesis, reaction engineering, and computer simulation is desirable.
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The project will be funded by University of Bath, EPSRC and SAIC Motor UK. The student stipend will be in line with EPSRC guidelines and topped up with an additional £2,000 per year.
Academic references will be required if shortlisted
FTE Category A staff submitted: 61.00
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