Job title Research Associate in Cement Decarbonisation
Department Architecture & Civil Engineering
Salary Starting from £35,333, rising to £42,155 per annum
Grade Grade 7
SOC Code - Visa Requirements 2119
This role is sponsorable
Placed on Monday 23 January 2023
Closing date Sunday 12 February 2023
Interview date To be confirmed
We have an exciting opportunity in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Bath to work as a Research Associate on industrial decarbonisation of the cement industry in the UK, funded by the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) Wave 2.
During this exciting project, you will be working as a member of the research team led by Dr Xinyuan Ke, and you will be responsible for:
By joining this project, you can collaborate with leading experts at the University of Leeds and Heriot-Watt University.About you
You will be a passionate researcher with a knowledge background of cement- based materials, preferably with a good knowledge of cement chemistry and experience in cement thermodynamic modelling (i.e., GEMs, PHREEQC). You will also need:
For informal enquires please contact Dr Xinyuan Ke via email [email protected]
This role has a fixed-term duration starting ASAP and an expected end date of 31/01/2024. We are happy to consider a full-time application or two part-time applications.
As a joint Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, we promote collaborative research between both fields. This vision is fundamental to our research activities in our four interdisciplinary groups. The Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering was ranked joint first in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) for its submission in the Architecture, Built Environment and Planning unit of assessment.What we can offer you:
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