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POST-DOC/JUNIOR RESEARCHER POSITION IN THE FIELD OF

“Synthesis and Application of Graphene Derivatives in Heterogeneous Catalysis”

supervised by

Prof. Michal Otyepka

RCPTM announces the opening of a new postdoctoral position in synthesis and application of graphene derivatives in heterogeneous catalysis in the research team of prof. Michal Otyepka focused on 2D chemistry under the umbrella of his ERC project.

The research program:

The research work will be focused on interdisciplinary research aimed at understanding of reactivity over solid catalysts, optimization of reaction conditions and applications of new solid catalysts. Special attention will be focused on synthesis and testing of new 2D catalysts based on graphene derivatives and single-atom catalysts. The applicant will benefit from the synthetic routes toward graphene derivatives developed in the framework of ERC project 2D chemistry (www.2Dchem.org). Applicants should synthetize, comprehend and critically evaluate information acquired from a wide portfolio of in-house chemical and characterization techniques (e.g., GC(LC)/MS, XRD, XPS, TEM, SEM, HR-TEM, AFM, Raman, IR, iGC, TGA/DSC etc.) The applicant will become part of a young, focused, and motivated international team with excellent equipment

 


 

POST-DOC POSITION IN THE FIELD OF

“Scanning electrochemical microscopy for renewable energy applications”

jointly supervised by

Prof. Dr. Patrik Schmuki and Prof. Radek Zboril

 

The Photoelectrochemical Division of the Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials at Palacký University in Olomouc (Czech Republic) announces the opening of a new postdoctoral position in scanning electrochemical microscopy for renewable energy applications.

The research group:

The NanoPEC research group at RCPTM focuses on the development, characterization, and testing the functional properties of advanced nano-heterostructures based on earth-abundant materials for solar water splitting, electrocatalysis, and photocatalysis.

The inorganic materials are primarily synthetized by state-of-the-art plasma-assisted deposition techniques involving high-power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) and plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) methods as well as wet chemical pathways such as hydrothermal growth, solvothermal synthesis, etc.

 


 

POST-DOC POSITION IN THE FIELD OF

“Alternative synthetic routes of N2 reduction to ammonia”

supervised by

Prof. Radek Zboril

 

The Photoelectrochemical Division of the Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials at Palacký University in Olomouc (Czech Republic) announces the opening of a new postdoctoral position in sustainable nitrogen reduction to ammonia.

The successful candidate will receive a one-year (to be possible extended up to five-years) contract at Palacký University in Olomouc in the Czech Republic. This unique position is open immediately for qualified applicants.

 

The research group:

The NanoPEC research group at RCPTM focuses on the development, characterization, and testing the functional properties of advanced nano-heterostructures based on earth-abundant materials for solar water splitting, electrocatalysis, and photocatalysis.

The inorganic materials are primarily synthetized by state-of-the-art plasma-assisted deposition techniques involving high-power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) and plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) methods as well as wet chemical pathways such as hydrothermal growth, solvothermal synthesis, etc.


 

POST-DOC POSITION IN THE FIELD OF

“Development of optical nanosensors for invivo molecular imaging”

supervised by

Prof. Radek Zboril

 

The Bio-Med Division of the Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials at Palacký University in Olomouc (Czech Republic) announces the opening of a new postdoctoral position in an ultra-trace molecular sensing.

The successful candidate will receive a one-year (to be possible extended up to five-years) contract at Palacký University in Olomouc in the Czech Republic. This unique position is open immediately for qualified applicants.

The research group:

The research work of the group nanomaterials in biomedicine (BioMed) at RCPTM in Olomouc under the supervision of Prof. Zbořil is focused on the development, characterization, and testing of the hybrid nanostructures for their consecutive application in biological and medicinal branches, including medicinal diagnostics, environmental chemistry and toxicology or design of novel contrast agents applicable in MRI. New tendencies in medicine towards a development of new procedures for early diagnosis increase a demand for analytical procedures able to analyze potential biomarkers at ultra-low concentration levels.