Research Assistant in chemistry of graphene-based materials
The candidate will work on the chemical modifications of graphene and other 2D materials within the group of Asst. Prof. Slaven Garaj, and at the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials.
The main objective of the project is the development of a new generation of membranes for the application in water filtration and separation technologies.
The candidate main task will be to support efforts of the group in chemical modifications of graphene, nanofabrication and characterisation. The candidate will work within state-of-art synthesis, cleanroom nanofabrication and characterisation facilities at the Centre. The candidate will be immersed in a highly-international environment of the Centre, and will be interfacing with the international partners and research visitors.
Eligibility and Conditions
The candidate should have at least a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry/Chemical Engineering/Material Science or related field. Higher degrees are acceptable.
The candidate also should have:
- experience in chemical synthesis
- excellent nanofabrication training and skills
- can-do attitude
- be able to work independently and within a team
- attention to detail
- good communication skills and fluency in English.
The position if available a term contract of one year, with expected extension to one or several years, with salary depending on experience and proficiency.
The formal application should be submitted by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail submissions must include:
- Cover letter,
- Curriculum Vitae,
- The contact details of three potential references.
Potential candidates will be contacted by phone or email, and invited for an interview.
The call will remain open until suitable candidates are identified. Candidates may contact Dr. Slaven Garaj for informal inquiries regarding the application, via email email@example.com, or calling his office phone: (+65)-6516-2164