We are looking for a talented and motivated student with a background in experimental physics or chemical physics. Experience in the field of nonthermal plasma processing will be a plus. The proposed Ph.D. research project aims to understand the physical and chemical processes of plasma-assisted thermal methane cracking and CO2 dry reforming process. The Ph.D. candidate is expected to design and develop a microwave plasma reactor and define the analytical methodology to detect and quantify the products at the exit of the plasma and thermal reactors. The Ph.D. student will characterize the process to understand and optimize the production mechanisms of H2.
Applications must be submitted through an online form.
The deadline for application is May 31, 2023 – hrs. 04:00 PM (Italian time, GMT +2).
Prof. Luca Matteo Martini (University of Trento)