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PhD position available! – Innovative materials for hydrogen splitting

We are looking for a talented and motivated student with a good knowledge of quantum mechanics and solid-state physics, and experience in manybody perturbation theory with a computational condensed matter physics profile. The understanding of technologically relevant materials for water splitting and hydrogen production requires a deep understanding of their optical and excitonic properties. The …

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PhD position available! – 2D materials for hydrogen splitting

We are looking for a talented and motivated student with a good knowledge of quantum mechanics and solid-state physics, and experience in manybody perturbation theory with a computational condensed matter physics profile. The candidate will investigate 2D materials for hydrogen splitting. In particular, by using density functional theory and manybody perturbation theory techniques he/she will …

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PhD position available! – Plasma-assisted hydrogen production from biomethane and biogas

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. …

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Researcher position available! – An engineer in hydrogen cracking technologies and systems

The position offered concerns the study of hydrogen cracking from methane-rich mixtures. The candidate is expected to provide support to: More information is available at the following link. The deadline for application is May 31, 2023. Contacts:Dr. Matteo Testi (FBK – Centre on Sustainable Energy)testi@fbk.eu

Researcher position available! – An experimental scientist on high temperature electrolysis

The position offered concerns the study of Solid Oxide Cell both Ionic and Protonic, form single cell to short stack validation. The candidate is expected to provide support to: More information is available at the following link. The deadline for application is May 31, 2023. Contacts:Dr. Matteo Testi (FBK – Centre on Sustainable Energy)testi@fbk.eu

H2@TN Kick-off meeting

On the 2nd of February 2023, the H2@TN project partners met in person for the first time since the project started. FBK hosted the Kick-off meeting with the participation of the Team members from UniTrento and FBK. Project partners started a successful discussion on the organization, management, and monitoring of the project and dissemination activity.