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L'IPREM propose régulièrement des offres de stage de différents niveaux (Bac+2, Bac+5...) sur ses thématiques de prédilection.

>> 14 Marie Skłodowska ‐ Curie Positions for Early Stage

Projet eSCALED (website)
Researchers in the Field of Artificial Photosynthesis

 Publied: 20/04/2018
Offer starting date: 01/10/2018
Deadline: 20/05/2018, 18:00 Stockholm Time (CET or GMT+1)

Localisation: Multiple locations (Pau [France], Uppsala [Sweden], Tarragona [Spain], Grenoble/paris [France], Eindhoven [Netherlands], Namur [Belgium], Stuttgart [Germany], Mataro / Cerdanyola del Vallés [Spain], Genova [Italy], Aubonne [Switzerland], Backnang [Germany])
Contact : L. Francesch (contact @ escaled-project.eu)

The eSCALED consortium, in collaboration with the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie programme, is delighted to offer 14 Early Stage Researcher positions. The successful candidates will enrol in double PhD programs involving 2 partner universities, starting latest in October 2018, for ground-breaking research on Artificial Photosynthesis Devices.
Artificial photosynthesis, defined as a manner to store solar energy in chemical bonds (solar fuels) has the potential to provide significant economic, environmental and social benefits. A cost effective and reliable process would have a tremendous societal impact since this achievement could transform European and worldwide energy production, distribution and policies in the near future. However, it still represents a significant scientific and technological challenge. eSCALED is an innovation-oriented project using bioinspiration as a creative enhancing tool.
The eSCALED collaborative project brings together for the first time, 11 internationally recognized academic and industrial research groups. The project has an interdisciplinary scientific approach integrating the latest knowledge on (bio-)catalysis, photovoltaics, polymer chemistry and nanostructuration by self-assembly. eSCALED is expected to generate breakthroughs in the development of artificial photosynthetic leaves as photoelectrochemical devices, educate highly trained researchers and induce novel cross-disciplinary collaborations.
eSCALED will provide the Early Stage Researchers with exciting high mobility projects in a multicultural environment. The students will register for a PhD and work under the supervision of an international and interdisciplinary team of supervisors towards solving a specific challenge related to the eSCALED project. In parallel, the eSCALED framework will offer the young researchers an enhanced and comprehensive training, tailored workshops, a summer school, and lectures to facilitate sharing of knowledge, acquisition of new skills and career development.

  • ESR 1: Microporous functional electrodes for Electrochemical Water Oxidation (pdf)

  • ESR 2: Molecular water oxidation catalysts for photo-electrochemical water splitting (pdf)

  • ESR 3: Novel electrode materials for hydrogen production based on molecular catalysts (pdf)

  • ESR 4: Biohybrid electrode materials for hydrogen evolution (pdf)

  • ESR 5: Encapsulation of synthetic metal complexes for catalytic carbon dioxide reduction in nanostructured electrodes (pdf)

  • ESR 6: Porous Bio-inspired Polymer Electrode Functionalized with Enzymes for Catalytic Carbon Dioxide Reduction (pdf)

  • ESR 7: Proton-conducting membranes for artificial leaf (pdf)

  • ESR 8: Proton-conducting membranes based on polymeric triphenyl methane dyes (pdf)

  • ESR 9: Perovskite Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Multi-Junction Solar Cells (pdf)

  • ESR 10: Functional Enzymatic/Catalytic CO2/H+ Reduction Electrochemical Devices. (pdf)

  • ESR 11: Functional electrodes for water oxidation and CO2/H+ reduction by evaporative coatings of nano-composites (pdf)

  • ESR 12: Assembly of New Fluorinated Proton Conducting Membrane coupled with catalyst-immobilized Porous Polymer Electrode for CO2Reduction (pdf)

  • ESR 13: Low-cost Integration of efficient robust and inexpensive nanoparticles catalysts in full membrane electrode assembly and electrolysers (pdf)

  • ESR14: Integrating Multi-Junction Cells, Membranes and Molecular Catalysts into Devices (pdf)

>> Offre d'un stage Post-doctoral

Projet POCTEFA
Dried Blood Sample (DBS - EFA 176/16)

Date publication :19/02/2018 (non pourvu)

Profil : : Docteur en sciences chimique avec expérience dans l’analyse directe de traces élémentaires et isotopiques dans des d'échantillons solides.  Tâches à effectuer :

  • Mise sur le point de méthodes analytiques pour la détermination de traces élémentaires dans des échantillons biologiques par spectrométrie d’absorption atomique haute résolution à source continue et four (HR CS GFAAS).
  • Mise sur le point de méthodes analytiques pour l’analyse isotopique d'échantillons biologiques par spectrométrie d’absorption moléculaire haute résolution à source continue et four graphite (HR CS GFMAS). 
  • Analyses isotopiques  et élémentaires par spectrométrie de masse à plasma induit (ICPMS).
  • Préparation de rapports et articles scientifiques. br ‐ Divulgation de résultats.  ‐ collaboration dans la supervision des doctorant du laboratoire – Collaboration dans la gestion de projet. 

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Lieu de travail :

Durée du contrat : 12 mois reconductibles (selon source de financement)

Responsable scientifique : Prof. Martin Resano (mresano @ unizar.es)

Contact IPREM  : Christophe Peycheran (christophe.pecheyran @ univ-pau.fr)