Postdoc, Post-mortem analysis

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Valid until 12.10.2018

CIC Energigune is seeking an experienced Post-doctoral Researcher to engage in the research of post-mortem analysis for energy storage device.

Job function:

  • Characterize cell components using analytical instruments.
  • Perform the electrochemical ante and post-tests of the materials in half and full cells.
  • Understand failure mechanisms and design degradation models for batteries under operation in real applications.

What we offer

We are offering a 2-3 years contract and advantageous professional development opportunities.

In addition to the appeal of the entire project, the CIC Energigune offers a competitive basic salary augmented by important benefits such as special conditions for a private health insurance that compare favorably with the best global private and public institutions.

The Fundación will also help smooth the transition for you and your family, providing a welcome program that offers accommodation and addresses other aspects to help you integrate into the local environment.

What we need

Qualification requirements:

  • PhD in Solid-state Electrochemistry, Organic or Inorganic Chemistry, or related fields
  • High knowledge in batteries technology
  • Experience in lead acid Battery technology will be appreciated but not mandatory
  • Training in electrochemical measurements: galvanostatic and potentiostatic tests.
  • Training in Impedance spectroscopy analysis applied to batteries.
  • Experience in materials characterization.
  • A team player who can collaborate with other groups, technological centres, and industries.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English

All applicants are invited to submit detailed curriculum vitae and 2 reference letters at www.cicenergigune.com.

 CIC Energigune is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.

 

 

 

 

 

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