A Postdoctoral position is open for developing electrocatalysts for water electrolysis. The position is responsible for designing, synthesis of non-precious metal or low-precious metal based catalysts for alkaline and/or proton exchange membrance water electrolysers, and also facilitating scaled up installations. Applicants with strong track record in chemistry, material science or chemical engineering are encouraged to contact Prof Chuan Zhao directly.
A Postdoctoral position is open on fuel cell engineering. The position is responsible for designing, prototyping, verification and validation testing of fuel cells using home-made catalysts and electrolytes, and also facilitating scaled up installations. Applicants with strong track record in fuel cells and chemical engineering are encouraged to contact Prof Chuan Zhao directly.
Funding is periodically available for postdoctoral researchers. If you have a strong track record and are interested in career and life experiences in Australia, please contact Prof Zhao early with a cover letter, a CV and a list of three referees. Fellowship applications to internal and external funding bodies from suitable candidates with a strong track record are particularly encouraged.
We are currently looking for highly motivated, intelligent and team-playing students of exceptional research potential to do their PhD, Master or Honours Degrees in our group. You will need to apply to UNSW via the regular graduate admission process. All PhD candidates should have a completed M.Sc. or Honours degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials or related subjects with good results. Suitable candidates will need to apply to UNSW via the graduate admission process but are recommended to first send their CVs to Prof Zhao for consideration and discussion.
UNSW can assist your study by providing a wide range of prestigious scholarships.
We welcome undergraduate researchers who are interested in what we are doing and wish to join our group, please contact Prof Zhao. The Faculty of Science and the School of Chemistry also offer research scholarships for outstanding undergraduate students during summer.