Urgently required Junior Research fellows (02 Numbers)

Qualifications

Applications are invited from the Indian Nationals with M.Sc Physical/Organic/Inorganic/Analytical/Polymer chemistry/Material Sciences/M.Tech Nanoscience /Nanotechnology for the award of two Junior Research Fellowships.

Nature of Work

The nature of work involves development of environmentally benign process for functionalization of carbon nanotubes for epoxy modification. Work further involves characterization of synthesized nanomaterials through mechanical, thermal. electrical spectral and electrochemical for structural and sensor applications.

Benefits

The selected candidates may get opportunity to avail independent expertise on the handling and operation processing and analytical equipments such as high pressure reactors, photo reactors, HPLC/GPC, spectrophotometers, electrochemical work station and many more, available with the laboratory of the principal investigator. Candidates may also get opportunity to have expertise TEM and SEM (EDX) available as a central facility of the University. Selected candidates may get opportunity for participating in conferences and may achieve patents and publications in the journal of high impact factors from the outcome of the project.

Tenure of the fellowship

This will be initially for up to 12 months and may likely to continue in future as per University rules.

Fellowship

The candidates selected will get the fellowship of INR 12,000- per month. Food and lodging is available at the university at nominal rates and will be provided. Interested candidates may kindly send their CV along with e mail and mobile / contact telephone numbers on e mail of the principal investigator mgh_zaidi@yahoo.com and may contact on 09411159853.Applications in hard copies (but not essential) may also be sent to the following address.

Address for correspondence

Dr.M.G.H.Zaidi

Department of Chemistry

Supercritical Fluid Processing Laboratory

Department of Chemistry

G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology Pantnagar-263145 Uttarakhand.

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Comment by Mohammad Faisal on November 26, 2010 at 5:39pm
Hello Dr.Zaidi Sir ,
I am Mohammad Faisal.
I am Pursuing M Tech in Nanotechnology from Jamia Millia Islamia , Central University, New Delhi ,
I have done my B Tech in Materials Science
I am Interested in functionalization of carbon Nanotube.
I have send my CV at ur ID.
Hope to hear from you soon

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Comment by Mohamed farag attya on November 24, 2010 at 10:36am
dEAR sIR IT IS MY PLEASURE TO JOIN YOUR PROJECT IN NANO TUBE ,I am keen to work in this field I have MSC degree in metallurgy in nano material ,I have prepared proposal in that field for PHD reserch study
hope to here from you
Mohammed .F.Attya
Egypt

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