Results of the competition:
None of the candidates fulfilled the formal requirements and therefore none were recommended.
Title of the position: PhD student in Organometallic Synthesis Laboratory
Scientific discipline: Organic chemistry
Job type: Scholarship
Number of job offers: 1
Remuneration/Stipend amount/month: 2200 PLN/month
Position starts on: 01.06.2019
Maximum period of contract/stipend agreement: 16 months
Institution: Chemical and Biological Systems Simulation Laboratory CeNT UW / Organometallic Synthesis Laboratory CNBC UW
Project leader: dr hab. Bartosz Trzaskowski
Project title: Anionic Carbenes and Borylanions: Tuning the properties of ruthenium metal complexes in olefin metathesis
Project Description: Synthesis and computations of properties of boron compounds for utilization as a ligands in transition metal complexes.
Key responsibilities include:
Synthesis of boron compounds for utilization as a ligands in transition metal complexes.
Profile of candidates/requirements:
– very good knowledge of organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and catalysis using transition metal complexes. An additional advantage will be knowledge of boron chemistry,
– very good command of English,
– scientific achievements documented by publications in recognized journals,
– experience in laboratory work (appreciated work experience based at Schlenk technique or glove box),
– knowledge of analytical techniques utilized in organic chemistry (NMR, MS, IR),
– PhD student status.
CV, cover letter, at least one recommendation letter
An interesting work in a young, dynamically developing team, under the guidance of world-class specialists as well as familiarization with modern methods of conducting chemical reactions.
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Tags: organic chemistry, catalysis, boron chemistry