National Outstanding Youth Team of the University of Science and Technology of China is recruiting postdoctoral fellows in synthetic chemistry/energy materials chemistry with high salary (starting at 500,000 yuan)

The National Outstanding Youth Team of the University of Science and Technology of China is recruiting postdoctoral fellows in the field of synthetic chemistry/energy materials chemistry with high salary (starting at 500,000 yuan)

Professor Du Pingwu’s research group at the University of Science and Technology of China is looking for high-paying postdoctoral fellows in synthetic chemistry (organic chemistry, coordination chemistry, and inorganic synthesis) and energy chemistry (especially in urgent need of PhDs in organic synthesis, energy catalysis, electrocatalysis, and photocatalysis). To contact us, please send an email ( dupingwu@ustc.edu.cn ). Interested friends who love scientific research are welcome to join!

1. Basic requirements for postdoctoral applications:
1. Have political solid moral character, love higher education, abide by laws and regulations, be physically and mentally healthy, and have good conduct;
2. Obtain a doctoral degree (both fresh graduates and previous graduates are welcome, and the previous graduation should not be more than 3 years ago);
3. Be under 35 years old;
4. Have specific proficiency in foreign languages ​​and computers, have independent scientific research and innovation capabilities, and be able to engage in postdoctoral research full-time.
5. Publish 1 or more academic papers as the first author in the second-zone journals recognized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

2. Postdoctoral entry situation and specific salary situation
Postdoctoral entry unit: University of Science and Technology of China; location: Hefei City. This type of postdoctoral fellow is jointly trained with the Dongguan Institute of Technology. Training location: Professor Du Pingwu’s research group at China’s University of Science and Technology. Postdocs who meet the basic requirements will receive a pre-tax, comprehensive annual salary starting at 500,000 yuan. If you can also apply for the “Mozi Young Scholars” program of the University of Science and Technology of China and the National Bo Xin Talent Program, your annual salary can be further stacked!

3. Fund application: Postdoctoral fellows and specially-appointed associate professors are encouraged to apply for national, provincial, and municipal funding projects. Postdoctoral fellows can apply for the China Postdoctoral Science Fund (80,000–180,000 yuan for natural sciences) after entering the station and the “Mozi Young Scholars” of the University of Science and Technology of China. Program, National Boxin Talent Plan, etc., and those who have received funding from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation or key postdoctoral funding projects at or above the provincial level will be provided with matching funding by the Dongguan Municipal Finance at a ratio of 1:1. Distinguished associate professors can support applications for various national funds.

4. Research directions of the research group:

1. Research on energy catalysis (electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, and photoelectrocatalysis)

2. Research on the synthesis and application of organically conjugated optoelectronic materials.

We welcome those with experience in synthetic chemistry (both organic and inorganic synthesis are acceptable) and organic chemistry; young talents with backgrounds in inorganic chemistry, energy chemistry, etc., join! Those with experience in synthetic chemistry are preferred.

5. Materials provided
1. Personal resume (including study resume, work resume, published papers, project participation, etc.).
2. Representative works, papers, and other relevant materials that prove your research ability and level.

6. Contact information
Professor Du Pingwu’s personal profile:
Research group homepage: http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~dupingwu/publications.html
Contact person: Professor Du Pingwu
e-mail: dupingwu@ustc.edu.cn

7. Cooperation Instructor introduction:
Du Pingwu, professor and doctoral supervisor at the University of Science and Technology of China, was selected for the National Outstanding Youth Fund, the National Youth Talent Program, and the New Century Excellent Talents Program of the Ministry of Education. He is currently a professor at the School of Chemistry and Materials Science at the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei Microscale. He is a dual-appointed professor at the National Laboratory of Physical Sciences. He has long been engaged in the research of conjugated organic materials and optoelectronic functional materials. More than 170 academic papers were published in important international journals such as Acc. Chem. res., nat. commun., j. am. chem. soc., angew. chem. int. ed., adv. mater., etc., which others have cited. More than 13,000 times, h-index 67. Awards and honours received include Thieme Chemistry Journals Award (2018), the American Chemical Society Nobel Signature Award (2011), the American Chemical Society Young Scientist Award (Inorganic Chemistry) (2009), the National Scholarship for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad (2009), etc.

8. Current situation of recent graduates in academia:

Professor Han Ali/researcher, Chinese Academy of Sciences Hundred Talents Program (selective support), Shenyang Institute of Metal Research,
Professor Ma Hao, University of Science and Technology of China, overseas, outstanding youth support,
Professor Xu Peng, Chongqing University of Science and Technology,
Associate Professor Lu Dapeng, Anhui Medical University,
Jiang Daozhuan Associate Professor, Anhui University
Associate Professor Sun Zijun Guangxi University of Science and Technology
Associate Professor Cui Shengsheng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Yan Zhiping Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Associate Professor Jia Hongxing, Chongqing University
. . .
Many overseas postdoctoral fellows

 

Dr AF Saeed

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