8 New Jobs in Electrochemistry

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Analytical Lab Manager
Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. – Hunt Valley, MD
The Analytical Lab Manager will provide technical leadership for the Analytical Lab at Teledyne Energy Systems Sparks Facility. This position requires the ability to draw on strong technical background in chemistry and expertise in analysis of materials and method development combined with solid personnel management skills.

Senior Battery Engineer
Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. – Hunt Valley, MD
The Senior Battery Engineer with 7 or more years of related experience serves as a project engineer with a leadership role on Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) product development programs. The job functions include new product design and development as well as upgrades and modifications to existing products.

Associate or Assistant Professor
Kanazawa University – Kanazawa, Japan
The newly formed Renewable Energy Research Unit (Unit leader: Assoc. Prof. Tetsuya Taima) in Institute for Frontier Science Initiative of Kanazawa University is seeking applications for a full-time tenure track (research professor) position, at the rank of associate or assistant professor, in the field of renewable energy research, i.e. solar cell, wind power generation, water power generation, wave power generation, biomass, geothermal power generation, energy storage, fuel cell, artificial photosynthesis.

Postdoc Position
EPFL – Lausanne, Switzerland
The Laboratory for Renewable Energy Sciences and Engineering (http://lrese.epfl.ch/) at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) has an opening for a postdoctoral position in in the field of coupled experimental-numerical investigations of photoelectrochemical devices.

Scientist; EDLC Materials Development
Ioxus, Inc. – Oneonta, NY
Responsible for both fundamental and applied research into the development of next-generation EDLC products. This will include the development and modification of high performance activated carbon materials, the development of high purity electrolyte systems and other cell components.

Postdoctoral Appointee: Corrosion
Sandia National Laboratories – Albuquerque, NM
A postdoctoral corrosion scientist is needed to perform a range of R&D duties including: (1) developing experimental measurements and analysis techniques to identify atmospheric corrosion mechanisms and their kinetics in support of materials reliability work and corrosion modeling efforts; (2) performing research in the area of localized corrosion initiation and propagation in order to improve our fundamental understanding of these processes; and (3) participating in failure analysis, process evaluation, and materials selection activities to identify engineering solutions to materials degradation issues.

Graduate Student Position
Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research – Athens, OH
Specifically, graduate students working on these projects will 1) synthesize nanoparticle electrocatalysts for electrochemical conversion of biomass to industrial chemicals; 2) perform electrochemical experiments to elucidate the mechanism governing biomass conversion; 3) analyze product streams.

Research Engineer
University of Dayton – Dayton, OH
This is a position for an experienced researcher in the field of corrosion science and electrochemistry. The Research Engineer will have attained a level of research in their field of research and a level of recognition in their assigned field of research as demonstrated by presentations at scientific conferences and publications in peer-reviewed journals.

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