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Anorganische Chemie
The Fritz-Haber-Institut (Anorganische Chemie) offers a
  Graduate assistant
position(s).

The department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society is looking for graduate assistant at the interface of electron microscopy and heterogeneous catalysis. The candidate will work on the

“Installation and optimization of a CVD system for graphene fabrication”.

We are looking for a motivated Bachelor or Master student of physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering or related subjects. The candidate should have a good knowledge of English. If you fulfill these criteria please send us an application letter in English containing:

1.- Full contact details
2.- Study subject
3.- Current semester
4.- Scanned notes transcripts

The contract will be 80 hours per month for 3 months.

*Deadline for application 15.01.2018

The Department of Inorganic Chemistry provides a stimulating environment.
The Max Planck Society aims to increase the participation of women in research. Therefore, applications by women are particularly welcome. Handicapped individuals are especially encouraged to apply. These applicants will be given priority in the case of same qualifications.

Contact information:
Dr. Gerardo Algara-Siller
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society
Department of Inorganic Chemistry
Faradayweg 4-6
14195 Berlin
algrarasiller@fhi-berlin.mpg.de
phone +49 (0)30 8413 4611

Anorganische Chemie
The Fritz-Haber-Institut (Anorganische Chemie) offers a
  PhD Student
position(s).

The department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society is looking for a PhD student in the field of electron microscopy and heterogeneous catalysis. The PhD student will work on:

“Quasi in-situ TEM”

Quasi in-situ transmission electron microscopy allows for decoupling catalytic reactions, which can be conducted under relevant conditions on a TEM grid, and detailed electronic and atomic level geometric analysis. Catalysis induced particle changes can be tracked by imaging the identical location before and after catalytic reaction.

The PhD student has a master or diploma degree in inorganic chemistry or geology and excellent synthetic and characterization skills in the field of solid state chemistry. Knowledge about heterogeneous catalysis is helpful. Furthermore, the PhD student should speak fluent English, enjoy scientific teamwork as well as puzzling.

The Max Planck Society aims to increase the participation of women in research. Therefore, applications by women are particularly welcome. Handicapped individuals are especially encouraged to apply. These applicants will be given priority in the case of same qualifications.

If you are interested please send your CV and motivation letter to Thomas Lunkenbein (lunkenbein@fhi-berlin.mpg.de) with the subject “PhD position”.

Dr. Thomas Lunkenbein
Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society
Department of Inorganic Chemistry
Faradayweg 4-6
14195 Berlin
eMail: lunkenbein@fhi-berlin.mpg.de
phone +49 (0)30 8413 4499
Anorganische Chemie
The Fritz-Haber-Institut (Anorganische Chemie) offers a
  Postdoc
position(s).

Postdoc to develop the charge carrier characterization of thermally activated catalysts using microwave based techniques, from the instrumentation to the data analysis.

The electrochemistry group of the inorganic chemistry department of the Fritz-Haber-Institute in Berlin is looking to fill a postdoctoral position at the earliest possible date. The group performs fundamental and applied experimental research within three research areas, namely energy storage, water splitting and charge transport characterization across interfaces.

The group has developed several custom made instrumentation based on the Microwave Cavity Perturbation Techniques (MCPT) and Microwave Hall Effect (MHE) dedicated to characterize in-situ and contactless the dielectric properties of materials such as thermally activated catalysts, see as example: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2015, 54: 2922-2926 or J. Phys. Chem. C, 2013, 117 (51), 26988–26997. The successful candidate will be nested within the charge transport and characterization team and will be involve in the further development, from the instrumentation to the data analysis, of the custom made MCPT and MHE instruments. Ideally, the applicant should have a background in semiconductor physics or solid state chemistry and proven experience in ESR and/or microwave related technology. The candidate must have good English skills and have an autonomous and proactive working style. Further the applicant must have the ability to work in a team as well as coordinating people with different professional and cultural backgrounds. The candidate is encourage to propose and lead new projects in connection with the group´s “area of expertise”. We genuinely encourage female candidates to apply, which will be preferred in case of equal qualification. Also, if equally qualified, preference will be given to disabled applicants.

Please send your CV, motivation letter and recommendation letter(s) to Sébastien Cap (sebastiencap@fhi-berlin.mpg.de) with the subject “Postdoctoral position”.

Sébastien Cap, Dr.
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG/MPI)
Faradayweg 4-6
14195 Berlin/Germany
http://www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/acnew/groups/electrochemistry/index.html



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Tue, 6. Oct 2015
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