CIDETEC, Center for Electrochemical Technologies, which is located in San Sebastián, Basque Country (Spain), is currently looking for a post-doctoral researcher who is interested in working in an inspiring international and interdisciplinary environment in the areas of electrodeposition and photovoltaics.

The position holder, joining the CIDETEC photovoltaics research group, will investigate innovative routes for chalcopyrite (e.g. copper indium gallium selenide, CIGS) electrodeposition as well as its application to solar cells. Additional to the planning and conducting the experimental activities, the suitable candidate will report on the experimental work.

The position requires a PhD in Chemistry, Physics, and/or Materials Science. Candidates should have experience in the electrodeposition processes. Knowledge on the ionic liquid based electrolytes and CIGS will be especially considered. Proficiency in spoken and written English is required.

Applicants should forward their CV and, optionally, list of some references to Dr. Soledad Larrocha (slarrocha@cidetec.es) and Ramón Tena-Zaera (rtena@cidetec.es with the subject line: “CIGS for photovoltaics applications”.

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