Full-time postdoctoral fellowship in the SHENG-1 project will be focused on studies of photophysical and photochemical properties of coordination compounds and semiconductor photocatalysts. The employed person will be responsible for spectroscopic, photochemical and photoelectrochemical studies of semiconductors and their composites designed for photocatalytic CO2 reduction.
The post-doc in the project titled “Photocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide based on p-type semiconductors” (SHENG-1, NCN). The main duties will be focused on studies of the influence of coordination compounds on photocatalytic activity of the systems, including the effect of photosensitization, mediation of electron transfer between the components of the system and the catalytic activity of coordination compounds deposited at the surface of photocatalysts.
List of required documents:
2. Curriculum vitae,
3. Personal questionnaire,
4. Copy of doctoral diploma or habilitation diploma,
5. Self-report concerning essential research areas as well as scientific achievements of a candidate,
6. List of publications (including publishing house and number of pages),
7. Reviews of doctoral or habilitation thesis,
8. Form of the latest interim evaluation, if a candidate was evaluated,
9. Opinion of the head of department or academic tutor on candidate’s suitability and qualifications for research and teaching classes – including results of students’ questionnaires, if a candidate was assessed in this manner,
10. Statement declaring that Jagiellonian University will be the basic place of employment in the case of being employed in the competition procedure.
11. Statement – in accordance with Article 113 of the Act Law on higher education and science.
12. Statement regarding acquaintance and acceptance of intellectual property rules as well as legal protection of intellectual property.
13. Information regarding personal data processing.
Documents are to be posted or delivered to the address below :
Secretariat of the Faculty of Chemistry,
ul. Gronostajowa 2, room C0-06
30-387 Kraków, POLAND
with a note on the envelope: “Competition for the position of Research senior assistant – reference number 406.1101.1.2020”
not later than on March 2nd 2020, 3 pm.
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