Research Fellow in Tribochemistry in Challenging Environments

University of Leeds - School of Mechanical Engineering

Are you an ambitious researcher looking for your next challenge? Do you have a background in corrosion? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities?

This role is part of the newly funded EPSRC/BP Prosperity Partnership. Based in the School of Mechanical Engineering, you will work as part of a team of more than 20 researchers across five universities. The focus is on wear and corrosion in upstream and downstream environments.

You will work on an experimental study of tribochemical processes using novel in-situ methodologies. It will provide the reactive kinetics data that is needed for the modelling work which is intended to predict tribochemical film formation rates.

Holding a PhD (or near completion)in a relevant field and with experience of tribology research and AFM or scanning probe methodologies, your drive and enthusiasm will ensure you will make a positive contribution to this highly collaborative, ground-breaking project.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

Professor Anne Neville, Director of Institute of Functional Surfaces

Tel: +44 (0)113 343 6812 or email: a.neville@leeds.ac.uk

Further information

The Faculty of Engineering is proud to have been awarded the Athena Swan Silver Award from the Equality Challenge Unit, the national body that promotes equality in the higher education sector. Our equality and inclusion webpage provides more information.

Location: Leeds - Main Campus

Faculty/Service: Faculty of Engineering

Section: Institute of Functional Surfaces

Contract Type: Fixed Term (30 months (external funding))

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