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  • We always welcome motivated students (Bachelor, Master) who are interested in nanomaterials.

  • Motivated scholarship holders are of course always welcome.




    We are currently looking for ....



    Open Master Topic:
    We are currently searching for a master candidate to work on one of the following topics:
    a) Synthesis of nanostructured water oxidation photoelectrocatalysts
    b) Synthesis of nanostructured oxide based ORR electrocatalysts
    Applications should be send to anna.fischer@ac.uni-freiburg.de and to axel.heilemann@ac.uni-freiburg.de
      


    2 Open PhD positions!

    Position 1: Porous Fuel Cell Catalysts for HT-PEMs

    The project deals with the design (synthesis, characterization and testing) of porous fuel cell catalysts (in particular for the oxygen reduction reaction) based on platinum as active metal and porous carbon materials as support.
    The PhD candidate should have (or be about to obtain) a degree in chemistry or material chemistry and possess strong experimental skills in chemical synthesis. In addition, the PhD candidate should be familiar with a broad range of analytical techniques applicable in molecular and solid state inorganic chemistry. Some former experience in electrochemistry is certainly helpful but not mandatory. In additiion, skills in scientific presentation and writing (English) are expected. Finally, the PhD candidate should be fluent in German as participation to teaching is expected. 

    Applications in electronic form (CV, degrees, motivation letter, summary of M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis) should be sent to anna.fischer@ac.uni-freiburg.de by 15.04.2017.


    Position 2: Biomass derived Fuel Cell Catalysts for LT-PEMs

    The project deals with the design (synthesis, characterization and testing) of biomass derived fuel cell catalysts (in particular for the oxygen reduction reaction) based on platinum as active metal and biomass dervied carbon materials as support.
    The PhD candidate should have (or be about to obtain) a degree in chemistry or material chemistry and possess strong experimental skills in chemical synthesis. In addition, the PhD candidate should be familiar with a broad range of analytical techniques applicable in molecular and solid state inorganic chemistry. Some former experience in electrochemistry is certainly helpful but not mandatory. In additiion, skills in scientific presentation and writing (English) are expected. Finally, the PhD candidate should be fluent in German as participation to teaching is expected. 

    Applications in electronic form (CV, degrees, motivation letter, summary of M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis) should be sent to anna.fischer@ac.uni-freiburg.de by 15.04.2017.

 

 

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