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The American Carbon Society Jobs Board

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The American Carbon Society Carbon Jobs Board, Background Photo by Clem Onojeghuo
The American Carbon Society Carbon Jobs Board

 

Jobs Board

The American Carbon Society makes this Jobs Board publicly available. Our Sponsors and Membership may post their open positions on this board by contacting Dr. Julian Norley directly via e-mail.

All open positions will first be e-mailed to our entire membership within 1 week of being received. They will then be posted on this public Jobs Board within 2 weeks of being received.

If you wish to receive priority e-mail notification of all upcoming open positions you must register as an American Carbon Society Member.

The American Carbon Society is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the posted job descriptions.


Current Open Positions

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If you have open positions in the field of Carbon Science, Technology, or Engineering, please contact Julian Norley to have them posted on this page.

 

Idaho National Lab – Nuclear Graphite Technical Staff – Posted 2/29/2024

The Irradiated Fuels and Materials department at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) seeks to fill a staff research position in nuclear graphite. The Nuclear Materials Design staff will join the on-going and future efforts in the Nuclear Materials Department with a focus on supporting the DOE Advanced Reactor Development (ART) graphite program. The ART graphite program is a mature DOE funded program conducting one of the largest nuclear graphite unirradiated and irradiated testing programs in the world. This is an experimental position within the DOE Advanced Reactor Development (ART) graphite program and will primarily consist of characterization and testing synthetic graphite grades for new high temperature reactor (HTR) core components.
The successful candidate will be expected to assist with investigation of graphite irradiation damage mechanisms, lead characterization studies on irradiated graphite, develop new material testing methods, lead PIE activities, and lead academic, national, and international collaborations in nuclear graphite research.
FOR MORE INFORMATION – Please visit Our Website At INL Careers

 

City College of New York – Department of Chemistry, CUNY – Posted 11/21/23

Dr Theresa J Bandosz is offering a Post-Doctoral Research Associate position, based in her Lab at theCUNY facility, from June/July 2024.
Initial employment is for a year, with the possibility of extension.
Candidates must have a PhD in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, or a related field. Knowledge of porous carbons features and their role in separation processes and chemisorption/reactive adsorption, and some experience with MOF synthesis or inorganic oxide/hydroxide NP is a plus.
The successful candidate will join a team to conduct research on understanding the role of the interface between the surface of porous carbon textile and an active phase in the detoxification of CWA.
MORE INFORMATION: – Please e-mail tbandosz@ccny.cuny.edu

 

University of Georgia – Department of Mechanical Engineering – Posted 11/21/23

Kenan Song is offering 2 MS, 5 PhD, and 1 Post-Doctoral Research Openings, 2023-2025.

The UGA College of Engineering adopts an interdisciplinary approach and a flexible curriculum that provides students with diverse technical skills. The Song Research Group conducts research on Advanced Materials, Devices, and Cyber Technologies & Tools for Secure, Resilient, and Sustainable Systems. Focused on issues related to Polymer Science, Composite Engineering, and Advanced Manufacturing for Defense, Energy, Health, Robotics, and Sustainability Applications.

Prospective MS Students may contact Prof. Kenan Song directly:Kenan.Song@uga.edu.

Prospective PhD Students must be admitted into the PhD program in the UGA College of Engineering.
Previous research experience and a strong fundamental background (evidenced by excellent course grades and research activity), are required.
Application Deadlines depend on the date of the starting semester, and International Applicants should also refer to the UGA Graduate School Requirements for Admittance.
TO APPLY: After finishing your application to UGA Engineering, contact Prof. Kenan Song directly via e-mail Kenan.Song@uga.edu, including your Curriculum Vitae and a 1-2 Page Essay explaining your life and research goals. Please use an email subject of “New PhD for Song Lab: Your Name”.

Prospective Post-Doctoral Researchers must have previous research experience and a strong fundamental background (evidenced by excellent course grades and research activity).
TO APPLY: Contact Prof. Kenan Song directly via e-mail Kenan.Song@uga.edu, including your Curriculum Vitae and a 1-2 Page Essay explaining your life and research goals. Please use an email subject of “New Postdoc for Song Lab: Your Name”.

 

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea – Posted 11/21/23

UNIST is offering several open PhD student positions in the Institute for Basic Science Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (IBS CMCM Center), directed by UNIST Distinguished Professor Rodney S Ruoff, who is affiliated with the Department of Chemistry, the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, and the Department of Chemical Engineering.
Applicants for PhD studies on Novel Carbon & Related Materials, in any of these 3 departments should mention in their application an interest in being advised by Prof Ruoff.
Please note that our entire focus is basic science (not applications research), as our funding is entirely from the Institute for Basic Science in South Korea.
Please also note that this program is intended for PhD students only, and that students with a strong interest in pursuing a Master’s Degree should contact other faculty members at UNIST to explore other oppritunities.
FOR MORE INFORMATION – Please visit Our Websites:https://www.unist.ac.kr/ and https://cmcm.ibs.re.kr/cmcm/?MM=02&SM=01.

 


Upcoming Positions

Incoming open positions will be posted here as they become available.

 

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