Newcastle University announces application open for fully funded PhD studentship in Inorganic Chemistry. The scholarship is available to enthusiastic PhD students interested to bring alkali metals into new vistas and develop applications in energy storage and catalysis.
During the PhD studentship, the candidates will receive intense training and hands-on experience in synthetic inorganic chemistry of air-/moisture-sensitive materials, using Schlenk line/Glovebox techniques. Further, you will characterize the compounds by a full range of analytical methods. This includes X-ray crystallography, EPR spectroscopy, and SQUID magnetometry. Furthermore, the candidates will investigate their applications in N2 activation and battery material. You will also obtain experience in electrochemistry. The expertise and experience will be an invaluable asset for further career development, in both academia and industry.
The candidates successful to receive the fully funded PhD studentship in inorganic chemistry will receive the full exemption in the tuition fees. Further, they will also receive an annual living expense amounting to £15,009.
To be eligible for the Fully Funded PhD Studentship at New Castle University in Inorganic University you must meet the following criteria:
Candidates can apply for the PhD Studentship program by completing and submitting the online application form. Moreover, the candidates should complete all the application in full to be considered for the program. Further, the applicants will need to consider the following while filling up the application.
Newcastle University will accept the application for the fully funded PhD Studentship in Inorganic Chemistry until 30 September 2019. Applications arriving after the deadline are not eligible for the scholarship consideration.