[Neutron] 2 postdoc positions (m/f/d) in situ and operando neutron diffraction

Holger Kohlmann holger.kohlmann at uni-leipzig.de
Mon Aug 22 11:40:41 CEST 2022

2 postdoc positions (m/f/d) in situ and operando neutron diffraction

At Leipzig University, Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy, Institute  
of Inorganic Chemistry, there are two open postdoc positions (starting  
October 1st, 2022 or later, until September, 30, 2025; 100% position  
in salary group E13 TV-L). In a BMBF-funded research project in  
cooperation with the University of Kiel, the Institut Laue-Langevin  
(ILL) in Grenoble and the Maier-Leibnitz-Zentrum (MLZ) in Garching  
near Munich, you will work on the development of neutron-based  
operando methods, especially reactors for solid-gas reactions, and  
laboratory-based in situ methods.

• management of instrumental development activities in the project
• implementation of the developed operando instrumentation on neutron  
• laboratory-based in-situ experiments (X-ray diffraction and spectroscopy)
• propose, design and perform operando neutron diffraction experiments
• support for users of the developed operando instruments

• University degree and doctorate in chemistry, physics, materials  
science, crystallography or related fields
• experience with neutron diffraction
• ability to work independently
• ability to document, present and publish scientific results  
(conferences, journals)
• very good knowledge of English
• knowledge of German desirable
• profound knowledge of solid state chemistry and catalysis

Please send your application documents, quoting reference number  
261/2022, by September 20, 2022 to: Leipzig University, Faculty of  
Chemistry and Mineralogy, Prof. Holger Kohlmann, Johannisallee 29,  
043103 Leipzig, Germany. You are also welcome to email your  
application as ONE PDF file to holger.kohlmann at uni-leipzig.de. Please  
note that risks to confidentiality and unauthorized access by third  
parties cannot be ruled out when communicating via unencrypted e-mail.
Your application documents will not be returned, please only submit  
copies. Presentation costs will not be covered.
Leipzig University aims to increase the proportion of women in  
responsible positions and therefore expressly encourages qualified  
women to apply. In the case of equal suitability, severely disabled  
people or those of equal status under SGB IX will be given preference.

German text of this advertisement:  


- Holger Kohlmann

*  Prof. Dr. Holger Kohlmann
*  Universität Leipzig
*  Institut für Anorganische Chemie
*  Professur für Anorganische Chemie - Funktionsmaterialien
*  Postadresse: Johannisallee 29, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
*  Besucheradresse: Linnestraße 3, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
*                   (Technikum Analytikum, 2. OG, Raum 320)
*  fon: (+49) (0)341 97-36201
*  e-mail: holger.kohlmann at uni-leipzig.de
*  http://research.uni-leipzig.de/funktionsmaterialien/

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