EPSRC grant award to Corr group

epsrcThe group have been awarded a SUPERGEN Energy Storage Challenge grant from the EPSRC for £1.2 million. The project, entitled “Design and high throughput microwave synthesis of Li-ion battery materials”, brings together groups from Glasgow (Dr Serena Corr [PI], Prof Duncan Gregory, Prof Nikolaj Gadegaard), Strathclyde (Dr Eddie Cussen), Loughborough (Dr Pooja Panchmatia), UCL (Dr David Scanlon), Oxford (Prof Andrew Goodwin) and ISIS (Dr Peter Baker) to establish new routes to high performance Li-ion battery materials.

PhD position available from Sept 2015

Applications are welcomed for a PhD position available in our group to work on high throughput routes to nanostructured materials for energy storage. The position covers the fees and stipend of a home applicant only.  Please email Serena directly if you are interested in this position and for further details (serena.corr@glasgow.ac.uk).

UPDATE: Position now filled!! (Ph.D. position available now)

Applications are welcomed for a PhD position available in our group to work on new materials for energy storage. The project involves developing a range of nanostructured electrodes and new solid electrolytes for use in lithium ion batteries.  This project is in collaboration with Dr. Eddie Cussen at the University of Strathclyde. The position covers the fees and stipend of a UK or EU applicants. Please email Serena directly if you are interested in this position (serena.corr@glasgow.ac.uk).

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