Electrochemistry Postdoctoral Research Associate Relevant Educational Qualifications Job1 month ago - Other categories - Idaho Falls - 65 views
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The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking a well qualified Postdoctoral Research Associate to perform laboratory based research and development of electrochemical systems and processes. The successful candidate will develop and optimize electrochemical systems for metallic deposition and alloy formation. Knowledge and a working background in electrochemical processes in non-aqueous (e.g. ionic liquid or molten salt) systems are strongly desired.
Postdoctoral Reseaerch Associatess work independently, they are a strong asset to an established R&D team to achieve specific project/program targets and goals on multiple projects within the same area of study. They are self motivated but also take direction from other team members and peers. The role entails writing scientific manuscripts for journal publication, project reports and proposals as well as preparing presentations of research results and presenting them at national/international conferences/workshops/meetings. Must maintain currency in relevant scientific literature, meet ES&H goals, demonstrate a strong commitment to safe laboratory practices, and perform all work in an environmentally safe and compliant manner.
- Ph.D. in chemistry, or materials science, or physics, or chemical engineering (with emphasis on electrochemical engineering).
- Demonstrated oral and published written communication skills (in English). Must be completed by time the appointment begins and within the previous five years.
- Developing publication record.
- Demonstrated experience in electrodeposition of metals, from fundamental understanding of reduction/nucleation processes to process optimization (scale up) and production of electrodeposits with desirable composition and material properties.
- Experience with electroanalytical (CV, CA, EIS) and surface characterization (XPS, XRD, SEM) techniques is required.
- Experiences/skills in either electrocatalysis, spectroelectrochemistry or computational.
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