Newton International Fellowship (Post-doc)
a prestigious two year research fellowship, is now open to applications from early-career researchers to conduct research in the UK. Applicants must have no more than 7 years of active full time postdoctoral experience at the time of application and must not be a UK citizen or be working in the UK at the point of application.
Check the full details at: Newton International Fellowships and contact one of our supervisors to discuss hosting a project.
Deadline to register interest: 28th February.
PhD Studentship (2019 start)
There is a PhD position open in the group of Dr Schroeder (UCL) at the interface of organic chemistry and physical chemistry. The project is entitled “Guided self-assembly of organic semiconductors for printable electronics” and more information can be found here:
PhD Studentship (2019 start)
We are looking for a strong candidate for a fully-funded PhD studentship on the topic of Halide perovskite thermoelectric materials. Interested applicants should contact Dr Oliver Fenwick (firstname.lastname@example.org) well before the application deadline (31/1/2019)
We are currently looking for postdoctoral candidates interested in applying for a 2-year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship in our laboratory. If you are interested, please contact one of our group leaders directly. (Call deadline 09/2019 – contact us with expressions of interest by 07/2019)
We are advertising a position for a post-doctoral research assistant for a 3 year project on the characterisation of tailored graphene. Closing date 2/5/2018.
PhD studentship: Printed thermoelectric generators on paper
Supervisor: Oliver FENWICK
Application Deadline: 31-01-2018
Thermoelectric materials generate a voltage when placed in a temperature gradient through the Seebeck effect, and this voltage can be harnessed in thermoelectric generators (TEGs) to produce electrical power from waste heat. These materials therefore have enormous potential for meeting part of our energy needs and for enabling self-powered sensors.
Yet manufacture of thermoelectric generators is expensive, and the materials used are brittle and scarce. This project will exploit a new generation of thermoelectric materials based on organic semiconductors. These thermoelectric materials are mechanically flexible and can be processed from inks that are compatible with printing technologies. This project will harness the unique properties of these materials to develop an all-printed thermoelectric generator on paper by a cheap and scalable process.
The successful applicant will learn to print semiconductor devices and characterise them electrically. They will also be trained in microscopy (AFM, SEM etc.), photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS and UPS) and techniques for measuring thermal conductivity and Seebeck coefficient.
For informal enquiries about this position, please contact Dr Fenwick, email@example.com
Application Method: Follow the instructions detailed on the following webpage: https://www.sems.qmul.ac.uk/research/studentships/286/printed-thermoelectric-generators-on-paper