The project is funded by the French "direction générale de l'armement" for
three years, and will involved two research groups of Aix Marseille
University. The group of Bruno Faure at the "Institut des sciences
moléculaires de Marseille", and the group of Christophe Léger at the
"Laboratoire de Bioénergetique et Ingénierie des Protéines". The goal is to
produce mononuclear Nickel complexes of the so-called "Du Bois" family, that
have the unique ability to catalyse H2 oxidation and production at very small
overpotentials, and to use the electrochemistry as a kinetic tool to decipher
their mechanisms and understand what determines their properties.
The funding can only be given to a national from the EU/UW/Switzerland.
Please send by email a full CV, including a track record and the indication of
how you have been ranked in your Master, plus the contact of at least one
permanent researcher you have worked with recently.
Experience in inorganic or organic synthesis. Interest in electrochemistry and
Organisation/Company: CNRS / AMU
Department: Bioenergetic and Engineering of Proteins
Research Field: Chemistry › Computational chemistry Chemistry ›
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