Between 9th and 17th September 2019, Dr Sebastian Molin, PI of the First TEAM project "Nanocrystalline ceramic materials for effiecient electrochemical energy conversion" is vising the project partner, prof. Zongping Shao and his group at Nanjing.
We are looking for two motivated PhD students to start their work from 1.10.2019 or later. Work is to be carried out within a project funded by National Science Centre in Poland: "High-temperature corrosion studies of alloy powders and sintered porous alloys: effects of composition and microstructure".
The project offers stipends for two PhD students. Details can be found in the pdf file attached below.
In case of any questions please don't hesitate to contact the PI of the project: Dr. Sebastian Molin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the head of our group prof. Piotr Jasiński (piotr.jasiński@pg.edu.pl).
I am a researcher working in materials science, mainly with ceramic materials but also with metalic alloys. I focus on deposition techniques (electrophoretic, electrolytic, spray-pyrolysis) and a few different applications (fuel cells, electrolysis).