You should have, or expect to receive, a First class MChem degree in Chemistry, or equivalent in a relevant related subject. This project is funded by the Heriot-Watt University James Watt Scholarship programme, which provides tuition fees and a stipend (approx. £15,000) for 3 years of study. It is only open to EU and UK nationals.
For some representative examples of our previous recent work, please see the following (and references therein):
J. O. F. Thompson, L. B. Klein, T. I. Sølling, M. J. Paterson & D. Townsend, The role of novel Rydberg-valence behaviour in the non-adiabatic dynamics of tertiary aliphatic amines, Chem. Sci., 7, 1826, (2016).
D. J. Hadden, T. M. Messider, J. G. Leng & S. J. Greaves, Velocity map imaging the scattering plane of gas surface collisions, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 87, 106104, (2016).
FTE Category A staff submitted: 30.00
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