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PhD & PostDoc positions available in Theoretical Chemistry in Lyon, France

par Nord & Ile de France - 7 mars 2019

Several positions are available in the group of Theoretical Chemistry of the Chemistry Lab at the ENS de Lyon, Lyon, France. This group gathers several PIs and span a variety of topics, from the simulation of ionic liquids to catalysis, and a variety of scales, from nano to mesoscale. The group can access a local meso center (8000 CPU) and the national clusters. With more than 16 PhD students and PostDocs from more than 10 different countries, it is very international, and Lyon in a very attractive town for academics, with a dedicated service to welcome scientists and their families.

The targeted profile depends on the project. For all applications, send an email to the corresponding PI with a short motivation statement, a CV and two to three contacts for recommandation.

PostDoc projects :

18 month position in collaboration with Total :

Understand action mechanism of detergent additives by molecular simulation

PhD Projects starting in September-October 2019 :

* With a competitive examination to get the financial support from the Chemistry Graduate School :

— Toward mode- or/and bond-selective chemistry : Methane dissociation on metals, under the supervision of Dr. W. Dong.

— Sustainable solvents for treatment and recycling of mixed textile fibres, under the supervision of Dr. M. Costa Gomes and Pr. A. Padua

* With a financial support :

— In silico exploration of MoS2 nano-layers for the photocatalytic reduction of CO2, under the supervision of Dr. T. Lebahers, Dr. P. Raybaud

— Development of an efficient, economical electrocatalyst for hydrogen production by coupling computational modelling and experimental characterizations, under the supervision of S. Steinmann

— Multiscale molecular modeling of electrochemical systems. Application to batteries, under the supervision of T. De bruin & C. Michel