Task: The successful candidate will work at the experimental activities concerning in operando characterization by transmission electron microscopy of different materials systems (e.g. catalysts, liquid/solid interfaces) in different environments (liquid, ambient pressure, etc...). In particular, the candidate will contribute to the development of a flow nanoreactor for low voltage STEM applications and combined experiments by using synchrotron radiation.
RESEARCH THEME: “Operando characterization by electron microscopy and combined synchrotron spectroscopies of materials systems in different environments”
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- Degree and PhD in Physics, Chemistry or similar disciplines;
- Proven experience in transmission electron microscopy
- Good knowledge in the field of heterogeneous catalysis and surface reactivity
- (Welcome but not compelling) Previous experience in in-situ electron microscopy of hard matter materials.
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For more info please contact Dr. Regina Ciancio, firstname.lastname@example.org