Technische Universität Berlin - Faculty II - Institute of Chemistry / Metalorganics and Inorganic Materials
Research Assistant (PostDoc) - salary grade E13 TV-L Berliner Hochschulen
part-time employment may be possible
Electro(photo)catalytic reduction of challenging element-organic substrates containing stable E=O/E-O (E = Si, P, S)
Design, synthesis, and characterization of heterogeneous catalysts as electrode materials
Process optimization and insights into the activity, selectivity, and stability of the system
Experimental and theoretical investigation of the reaction mechanisms
Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) and a doctorate in chemistry, with the focus on organometallic and materials chemistry
Profound knowledge and experience in the field of experimental molecular chemistry and materials chemistry including experience in synthesis and characterization and reactivity
A strong interest in pursuing research in electro(photo)chemistry especially in nonaqueous systems
Good German and English language skills
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