and PhD positions on aerosol surface chemistry at Shandong University
positions are available at the Environment Research Institute, Shandong
University, China, in the group of Prof. Lin Du. Funded by the National
Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the national 1000-plan program,
the group is working on aerosol surface chemistry with experimental and
theoretical methods. The group has two postdoc positions and one international
PhD position available in 2017.
successful candidate will investigate the aerosol surface chemistry with
infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy and flow reactors. A PhD in
chemistry or atmospheric/environmental sciences is required. The applicant is
expected to have background in IR spectroscopy and atmospheric research.
Knowledge of heterogeneous reactions or multiphase chemistry in the atmosphere
will be considered as an advantage.
successful candidate will study the atmospheric surface reactions in a smog
chamber. A PhD in chemistry or atmospheric/environmental sciences is required.
Experience of chamber experiment and measurements with GC-MS, SMPS, etc, is
selected candidates will be encouraged to apply for the international postdoc
exchange fellowship of China government, the top postdoc fellowship in China. Currently,
one member in the group is sponsored by the national fellowship. The fellowship
includes annual salary of 300,000 RMB (41,000 euros, tax free income for
non-Chinese) and other benefits. The successful candidates will also be
encouraged to apply for NSFC grants and postdoc science foundation grants as
candidates of the postdoc positions are expected to have demonstrated research
skills and good publication records. Good skills in written and spoken English
are required. The postdoc positions are fixed term of two years, and the project
is planned to start in autumn 2017. The deadline for application is May 1,
international PhD position is for non-Chinese only and the successful candidate
will start in September, 2017. The successful candidate will investigate the aerosol
surface chemistry with flow reactors. The candidate of the PhD position is
expected to have background in atmospheric environmental sciences and fulfill
the requirement of English language of the university. The PhD position is for four
years and the deadline for application is March 1, 2017.
about the research group is available at The Lin Du Group webpage (http://ift.tt/2h5xJIt).
Questions related to the positions, and applications should be sent directly to
Prof. Lin Du (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications
are expected to include CV, list of publications and three names of reference
Lin Du, PhD
ProfessorEnvironment Research Institute, Shandong UniversityShanda South Road 27, 250100, Jinan, Shandong, ChinaOffice (S214): +86 531 88 36 60 72Email: email@example.com