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Position: Impact Studentship Computational Catalysis: First-Principles Studies Towards Understanding Catalyst Poisoning
Institution: University College London
Department: Department of Chemical Engineering
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: The Department of Chemical Engineering at University College London (UCL) is seeking a graduate student to work on computational catalysis. The project will elucidate the effect of carbon-based poisons for catalytic processes related to methane activation, focusing primarily on methane-steam reforming. The main purpose of this role is to carry out research in the area of computational catalysis and reaction engineering, with specific focus on understanding the effect of carbon-based poisons for catalytic processes related to methane activation, primarily methane-steam reforming
Requirements: Have or expected to obtain a first degree in chemical engineering, chemistry, materials science, physics or associated discipline. Ability to analyse, develop and solve open-ended research problems. Ability to manage time and work to deadlines. Effective written and verbal communication skills (in English)
   
Text: Impact Studentship ? Computational Catalysis: First-principles studies towards understanding catalyst poisoning, - Ref:1722022 Click here to go back to search results UCL Department / Division Chemical Engineering Location of position London Stipend ?17,510 per annum UK/EU Fees Vacancy Information The Department of Chemical Engineering at University College London (UCL) is seeking a graduate student to work on computational catalysis. The project will elucidate the effect of carbon-based poisons for catalytic processes related to methane activation, focusing primarily on methane-steam reforming. This is a collaborative effort with Johnson Matthey, a British multinational speciality chemicals and sustainable technologies company, and aims at identifying next-generation metal alloy catalysts, resistant to deactivation via poisoning. Eligibility Further information can be accessed at the bottom of this page. Applications must be submitted online via the UCL PRiSM portal . Applications must be submitted online via the UCL PRiSM portal. Please note that due to the high number of applications received, applications received via email cannot be considered. If you have any queries regarding the vacancy, please contact Dr Michail Stamatakis ( m.stamatakis@ucl.ac.uk ) Contact name Dr Michail Stamatakis Contact details m.stamatakis@ucl.ac.uk UCL Taking Action for Equality Closing Date 30 Jun 2018 Latest time for the submission of applications 23:59 Interview date TBC Studentship Start Date September 2018 Further particulars
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