SNU Recruitment 2021
Junior Research Fellow (M.Sc.) In Shiv Nadar University – SNU Recruitment
Recruitment For : Junior Research Fellow (M.Sc.)
No Of Vacancies : 01
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Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201314
The candidate should have a Master’s degree (with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade) in chemistry from UGC recognized University or Institutions.
The candidate should have good analytical skills.
Understanding of physicochemical characterisations is desirable
Candidates with CSIR/UGC-NET/SET/GATE are encouraged to apply.
As per DST norms, fellowship is ₹31,000/- p.m. plus HRA for JRF and ₹35,000/- p.m. plus HRA for SRF.
Study of photoinduced electron transfer, proton transfer and electronic energy transfer dynamics in supported ionic liquid membrane using picosecond and femtosecond resolved fluorescence spectroscopy. Influences of local properties of membranes on the kinetics of various rate processes. Investigation of interactions and structural dynamics of ionic liquids in various confined environments.
How To Apply :
Eligible and interested candidates should submit their application with a complete CV (having personal and academic details, academic qualifications, research experiences, publications, name, affiliation and email address of at least two referees). The copies of marksheets/ testimonials/ certificates, a recent passport size photograph, and other relevant documents are also required. Application closing date: 12th Feb 2021.
Application deadline: 12 Feb 2021
Gaining a molecular level understanding of supported ionic liquid membranes by carrying out elementary photoinduced charge transfer reactions and Förster resonance energy transfer of some solutes using time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy.
Exploring the influence of different local regions and local properties of supported ionic liquid membranes on the dynamics of photoinduced charge transfer processes and Förster resonance energy transfer by carrying out excitation wavelength dependent fluorescence studies.
Investigating how some of the properties of ionic liquid, such as static and dynamic heterogeneity, and polarity are affected in mesoscopic-confined environments of various supported ionic liquid membranes in comparison to bulk phase.
Exploring the role of dynamic solvent effect and long-range interaction of confined ionic liquids on excited state charge transfer and proton transfer in supported ionic liquid membranes.
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