3 New Job Postings in Electrochemistry

Find openings in your area via the ECS job board.

Find openings in your area via the ECS job board.

ECS’s job board keeps you up-to-date with the latest career opportunities in electrochemical and solid-state science. Check out the latest openings that have been added to the board:

Post-Doctoral Research Associate
North Carolina State University – Raleigh, North Carolina
The Postdoctoral Research Associate will focus his/her work on research and development of new lithium-sulfur batteries. The work includes the development of both electrode and electrolyte materials and the integration of these materials into lithium-sulfur batteries. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will be responsible on designing and carrying out experiments, analyzing data, writing reports, and/or help mentoring junior researchers to conduct their research.

Post-Doctorate Researcher
CRANN Trinity College – Dublin, Ireland
This project will use multidisciplinary approach, where novel nanomaterials, existing knowledge on nano-scale processing and established expertise in device fabrication and testing will be brought together to focus on creating more efficient technologies for energy storage.

Chemical Engineering Research Scientist
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – Berkeley, California
This position performs research, supervises technical staff, proposes projects, responds to funding opportunities, and develops and protects intellectual property, primarily in the fields of redox flow cells, solid-oxide and polymer-electrolyte fuel cells, and related electrochemical systems.

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