You help ensure that the Bachelor’s program in Chemistry and the Master’s program in Materiomics grow and flourish.
You develop course material and teach in general, physical, and (in)organic chemistry within various educational programs. You also teach in interdisciplinary topics within the Materiomics program, in particular those on hybrid organic-inorganic materials and their application domains. Beside, you supervise Bachelor/Master internships and projects, also outside of the Chemistry program.
You train and supervise doctoral students.
You develop innovative research on the design, synthesis, and characterization of hybrid organic-inorganic (semiconducting) materials and their applications in renewable energy, energy storage, power-to-molecules, sustainable materials, and/or sensors. You do this in optimal synergy with colleagues in the Institute for Materials Research and Energyville.
Your research covers fundamental, strategic basic research as well as application-oriented research.
You actively pursue external funding to recruit researchers and to maintain the research infrastructure within the Chemistry department and the Institute for Materials Research.
You are part of the Chemistry capacity group and responsible for chemistry education from bachelor to doctoral and postgraduate level, including the unique interdisciplinary Master's program Materiomics. You coordinate courses related to general, physical, organic and/or inorganic chemistry.
You also perform innovative research on hybrid organic-inorganic (semiconducting) materials within the Institute for Materials Research, an associated lab of imec vzw. In this institute, you closely collaborate with physicists and engineers on fundamental, applied, and innovation-supporting research projects toward novel materials with applications in energy, sustainability, and health.
More information on your future team can be found on https://www.uhasselt.be/imo.
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The selection procedure consists of a preselection based on application file, an interview and a test lesson / presentation. An assessment for the selected candidates is part of the selection procedure.
Apply up to 20.02.2023