The Department of Chemical Engineering in the Swenson College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) seeks applications for a postdoctoral associate to work on ongoing research projects in the area of greenhouse gas capture and conversion, nanomaterials energy conversion and storage. The selected applicant will work at UMD and be mentored by Dr. Sam Toan, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. The initial appointment will be for one year with further appointments contingent upon performance and funding. Individuals with research accomplishments in material chemistry, inorganic materials, and electrochemistry, and practical experience with the development of synthesis of advanced nanomaterials would be particularly qualified for this position. A competitive salary will be commensurate with education and training. Review of complete applications will continue until the position is filled. Applicants must be able to work in the United States by October 15, 2020, to be considered for this position.
• Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering, chemistry or related discipline;
• Excellent laboratory and analytical skills;
• Excellent written communication skills to support quality research reporting and publications;
• Potential for developing proposals for new research projects;
• Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment with colleagues from diverse backgrounds.
• Research experience in the areas of synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials (including nano carbon and metal oxides for clean energy production), energy device and system design and fabrication;
• Excellent laboratory and quantitative skills;
• Experience in finite element analysis;
• Potential for developing proposals for new research projects and bringing in new research ideas;
• A record of publications in peer reviewed conferences and journals.
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