PhD Studentships in the Biomolecular Electronics Research Laboratory, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

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Postgraduate Studentships in Chemistry
National University of Ireland, Galway

Commencing September/October 2009

Biomolecular Electronics Research Laboratory

Several fully-funded post-graduate Ph.D. studentships in the Biomolecular Electronics Research Laboratory are available, funded under collaborative research awards by the ERA - Chemistry initiative, the EU FP7 programme, and a Charles Parsons Energy Research Award.

Programme Topics:

1. Preparation, characterization and evaluation of integrated bioelectrocatalytic systems (enzyme-based) for sensor and energy conversion

2. Bioelectrocatalytic (enzyme and microbial) systems for electricity generation

An honours undergraduate qualification in a scientific or engineering discipline, with a significant training in Chemistry is an essential qualification for applicants. A background in enzyme biochemistry, or microbial ecology is an advantage for intending applicants for topics 1 and 2, respectively.

Applicants should submit their CV, detailing relevant experience, a personal statement, outlining reasons for their interest in the post, and the name of three references to:

Donal.leech[ at ]

For further information contact:

Dr. Dónal leech
Biomolecular Electronics Research Laboratory
School of Chemistry
National University of Ireland, Galway

Ph: +353 91 493563
E-mail: Donal.leech[ at ]


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