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#1 04.06.2012 21:21:13

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postdoc at Cambridge

Post-Doctoral Research Associate: Photosynthetic Materials for Solar Fuel Generation

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to work on solar fuel research in the Reisner group in the Department of Chemistry (www-reisner.ch.cam.ac.uk/). The project aims to develop photosynthetic materials and devices through the hybridization of molecular catalysts (enzymes and molecular) with semiconductor materials. The project focuses on developing novel approaches for solar water splitting.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant discipline and have experience in materials chemistry, electrochemistry and/or photocatalysis. The candidate should be ready to think outside of her/his formal field of training to fit in a cross-disciplinary, creative and dynamic research environment. A strong record of research productivity, as reflected in a substantial publication record in journals of high impact as well as excellent communication, writing and management skills will be required.

The post is available from 1st September 2012. Applications should include a CV, publications list, contact details for three professional referees, and a completed form CHRIS/6 Parts I and III (downloadable from www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/forms/chris6/), and should be sent to Dr Erwin Reisner, Department of Chemistry, Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EW (email: reisner@ch.cam.ac.uk).

* The funds for this post are available for 18 months in the first instance.

Salary £27,578-£35,938 pa Reference MA16761 (please quote with your application)

Quote Reference MA16761 with your application

Closing Date: 20 June 2012


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#2 18.12.2012 17:43:23

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Re: postdoc at Cambridge

Post-Doctoral Research Associate: Exploiting Transmembrane Proteins for Solar Energy Conversion (www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/-23952/)

Reference number: MA23952. The funds for this post are available for three years in the first instance. Salary: £27,578-£35,938 per year.
Closing Date: 25 January 2013. Start date: Spring 2013 or soon thereafter
Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to work on the direct conversion of solar energy to a renewable fuel with hybrid nanoparticle-metalloprotein systems. The role holder will work with Dr Erwin Reisner in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, but the cross-disciplinary project will be performed in close collaboration with the University of East Anglia (Prof Julea Butt) and the University of Leeds (Dr Lars Jeuken), each employing a 3-year post-doctoral researcher on this BBSRC project. The project aims to develop methods to assemble a semi-synthetic microbe capable of harnessing sunlight to produce carbon-neutral fuels and electricity. This will be achieved by constructing novel hybrid photocatalysts from outer-membrane metalloproteins (cytochromes) from Shewanella oneindensis, H2 evolving enzymes (hydrogenases) and inorganic photosensitisers, eg dye sensitised TiO2 nanoparticles and quantum dots. The successful applicant in the Reisner group will be responsible for much of the work on the assembly of the hybrid systems, electrochemical studies and photocatalytic H2 generation.

Applicants should have relevant experience in at least one of the following: chemical biology, bioinorganic chemistry, surface science, (bio)electrochemistry and photocatalysis. Potential candidates for this position in the Reisner group must also hold (or be about to hold) a PhD in a relevant area (e.g. chemistry or biochemistry), be able to work independently and in a collaborative environment and have a strong record of research productivity. More information about the Reisner group, including relevant publications, can be found at www-reisner.ch.cam.ac.uk.

This post is available from April 2013. Applications should include a cover letter, CV with list of publications and contact details for three professional referees and should be sent by email to Dr Erwin Reisner, quoting job reference number MA23952 in the subject line, at reisner@ch.cam.ac.uk. A completed form CHRIS/6 Parts I and III (downloadable from www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/forms/chris6/) must also be sent by email to Sian Bunnage, Secretary to Dr Erwin Reisner, quoting job reference number MA23952 in the subject line, at slb61@cam.ac.uk. Quote Reference: MA2395.


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