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We are actively recruiting for a number of research and administrative positions. Watch this page for forthcoming available positions with CARES and the C4T research group.

Follow the links below for descriptions and application details for currently posted positions.

CARES: Current positions

  • Senior Software Developer: We are looking for a talented and creative computer scientist, computer engineer, or computational mathematician to support the C4T research team. Primarily, we are looking for an individual dedicated to physics- and chemistry-based and data-driven modelling, semantic representation and visualisation of chemical processes and industrial networks of an industrial park. see more

  • Software Developer: We are looking for a talented and creative computer scientist, computer engineer, or computational mathematician to support the C4T research team. Primarily, we are looking for an individual dedicated to world-leading research. see more

  • Computer Scientist: The project aims at a comprehensive virtualisation of an industrial park, i.e. a hierarchical representation of data and models associated with every entity in the industrial park, in order to exploit synergies for resource, energy and emissions savings. The overall goal is to ideas from Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, the Semantic Web, machine learning and statistics to create an expert system capable of providing quantitative decision support to stakeholders, planners and policy makers. see more

  • Accounts and Purchasing Assistant: We are looking for a proactive and dedicated person to join the administrative team of the programme and provide essential support to our researchers and scientists in their important work. The post holder will: Act as the first point-of-contact for day-to-day purchasing activities, prepare purchase order for approval of management - other duties include see more.

 

Intra-CREATE eCOEP: Current Positions

The University of Cambridge and University of California, Berkeley participate in the NRF CREATE programme through the Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research in Energy Efficiency in Singapore Ltd. (CARES) and the Berkeley Educational Alliance for Research in Singapore Ltd. (BEARS). CARES and BEAR, with partners at NUS and NTU, will start a new three-year research programme on 1 January 2018, “A table-top chemical factory for the reduction of CO2 to chemicals." Our team is comprised of world-class scientists and engineers working in a vibrant, fast-paced and milestone-driven environment with significant opportunities for knowledge and skills development.

  • Research Fellow/Research Scientist: We are looking to fill a vacancy of a Research Fellow/Research Scientist to work on integration of the components of the electrochemical CO2 conversion system into a functional demonstration device. This will involve working closely with the team that is developing new electrodes and scaling up the electrochemical cell, and with researchers working on product separation. see more

  • Research Fellow/Research Scientist: We are looking to fill a vacancy of a Research Fellow/Research Scientist to develop gas diffusion electrode assemblies for use in electrochemical CO2 conversion. The project has targeted selective production of C2 and C3 species such as ethylene, ethanol, and propanol, and the R&D will target design and fabrication of membranes with the requisite catalyst loading, mass transfer, and operational stability to perform the conversions at high current density. see more

  • Research Fellow/Research Scientist: We are looking for an ambitious Research Fellow/Research Scientist to work on the development of mathematical models to simulate chemical processes occurring in electrolytic cells. We are seeking candidates with experience in relevant electrochemical technologies such as fuel cells, electrolysers or electrochemical energy storage. see more

 

How to apply?

Please send your CV and cover letter (summarising the most relevant skills and experience that you have for the position) to cares@hermes.cam.ac.uk.

 

Studentships

Prospective PhD Students

 

Internships

C4T occasionally hosts internships (usually for undergraduate or graduate students studying a Chemical Engineering or Engineering programme). If you are interested in applying for an internship with us, in the first instance please send your CV and a brief description of why you are interested in an internship with C4T to cares@hermes.cam.ac.uk.