Research Fellow (Bioelectrochemistry)
This position is for postdoctoral research in bioelectrochemical CO2 conversion in the Andrew B Wong group, which is affiliated with the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as well as with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
The ideal candidate would possess expert-level knowledge of electrocatalysis, bioelectrochemistry, or similar chemistries with a publication track record as a first author in leading journals (Impact factor >10 or more). Experience with materials characterization techniques such as SEM, EDS, EELS TEM, STEM, XRD, XAS, XPS, FTIR, AFM, STM, and/or Raman would be desirable. Experience with additive manufacturing would be desirable Comfort discussing research fluently in English is also highly desirable.
Those applicants who meet the requirements and pass the preliminary review will be notified via email to arrange an interview. Recruitment advertisement is in effect until the position is filled.
- PhD degree in a related discipline (Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, Biology or a related field). A strong understanding and extensive experience in electrochemistry/electrocatalysis or bioelectrochemistry is strongly preferred
Excellent research skills, experiences, and traits, such as:
- Ability to demonstrate a track record of novel research (First author papers in IF >10 journals)
- Ability to understand, analyze, and critique literature
- Ability to formulate and propose research directions
- Ability to demonstrate a rigorous and earnest attitude towards research
- Ability to work well in interdisciplinary or multicultural team settings
- Ability to carry out scientific research independently
- Ability to mentor undergraduate, master’s, and PhD students
- Ability to manage routine logistics of research
Applicants with at least one of the following experiences are preferred:
- Rich experience in material synthesis and characterization for catalysis (such as synthesis of new catalysts)
- Research background in electrocatalytic reactions (including but not limited to CO2RR, OER, HER, etc.) and/or with electrolytic cells such as flow cell, membrane electrode assembly, solid-state electrolyte, etc). Applicants with unique insights and research ideas on the development of carbon dioxide electrocatalysis and cell design or electrode design are particularly desirable
- Experience in bioelectrochemistry or bioelectrochemical reactions
Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Organization: Institute for Functional Intelligent Materials
Department: Research Groups
Employee Referral Eligible: No
Job requisition ID: 20921