The University of York’s Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories (WACL) wish to recruit a Research Associate to conduct experimental studies of indoor air chemistry as part of the EPSRC funded IMPeCCABLE project. The post is available from 1st April 2020 for a period of 24 months.
WACL is the largest dedicated atmospheric chemistry facility in the UK, home to more than 65 researchers with interests in all aspects of atmospheric chemistry. WACL supports an exceptional research environment, providing access to state-of-the-art facilities and a wide range of interdisciplinary expertise.
The Department of Chemistry is one of the largest and most successful academic departments at York, as a Department we strive to provide a working environment which allows all staff and students to contribute fully, to flourish, and to excel. We are proud of our Athena SWAN Gold Award.
You will work with Dr Terry Dillon, Dr Marvin Shaw and the IMPeCCABLE project team to carry out research, conducting experimental studies of cooking and cleaning processes and study impacts on indoor air chemistry. Experiments will be initially lab-based in York but scale up to field studies in highly-instrumented test houses at University of Chester.
Where appropriate you will:
Interview date: 16 March 2020
For informal enquiries: please contact Dr Terry Dillon on email@example.com
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