European Defence Fund Project: digital ship sTructural Health mOnitoRing dTHOR:
Postdoc position on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy as a Predictive Tool for a Ship’s Hull Corrosion Integrity at TU Delft, Netherlands
The ideal candidate should combine a strong affinity with electrochemistry with reasonable modeling skills. The candidate shall have a critical attitude and the ability to combine different fields of technology.
The candidate shall start as soon as possible. The candidate will be employed as a Postdoc candidate by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) for a duration of 3 years.
A security screening is mandatory for this project. Application is only open for candidates from EU and / or NATO membership countries.
The NLDA and the Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry (CTE) group of TU Delft will supervise the candidate together. The candidate is to be based at the NLDA and/or at TU Delft.
For further information, please contact Dr. ir. A.M. (Axel) Homborg, Contact , or Prof. dr. ir. J.M.C. (Arjan) Mol, Contact .
PhD and Postdoc positions available at the VUB Electrochemical and Surface Engineering - SURF research group, Brussels, Belgium
SURF is hiring highly motivated researchers. Currently the following positions are open:
- PhD position H2020 project NICKEFFECT
- Joint PhD position H2020 project NICKEFFECT
- PhD position in electrodeposition and nano-electrochemistry
- Postdoc Position PHOSPHORE
- PhD position SBO project SUBLIME
Further information: https://surf.research.vub.be/node/83
Postdoctoral position at ULB, Brussels
The vacancy is for a 3-year postdoctoral vacancy (1-year renewable for 2 more years depending on performance), starting January/February 2023 for a project aiming to use electron diffraction methods in in-situ TEM of electrochemical processes (metal nucleation, nanomaterial degradation during electrochemical reactions, etc.). There will also be a PhD position opening on the same topic later in 2023. There is no restriction on nationality or on whether the candidate has lived in Belgium or not.
Prof. Jon Ustarroz (Contact) is looking for enthusiastic electrochemists with a background in electrocrystallization and/or in-situ/operando microscopy, who would be interested in this challenging project.