Engineer in 3D Printing of Ceramic Materials for Energy
The Group Leader of Nanoionics and Fuel Cells is seeking an engineer to work on a Spanish Project (3DMADE) devoted to the development of breakthrough concepts for 3D printing of Ceramic Materials for Energy applications.
We are interested in an engineer highly motivated to develop novel ceramic 3D printing techniques. She/he will get experience in hands on printing of 3D ceramic structures by Stereo Lithograpy, as well as a deep knowledge on solid oxide cells and catalytic reactors. Among the techniques employed will be Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Raman, SEM-EDX, HT-XRD or AFM.
A person who is highly motivated to learn, work in a team, showing high flexibility and initiative and ability to innovate.
Bachelor and master of Physics / Engineering / Chemistry/Materials Science or similar is required. Experience in 3D printing of ceramics and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells will be positively evaluated.
Fluent English is mandatory.
Twoo years contract (with the possibility of one-year extension). Joining a team of highly qualified and motivated researchers working in the frontiers of knowledge in science and
Incorporation: The candidates should be available by April 2017.
Workplace: Barcelona (IREC facilities)
Applicants should send a detailed CV, a motivation letter and bachelor/master transcripts to Albert Tarancón,
Please indicate the reference “3DMADE” in your mail.