A role with FutureCat means that you’ll be joining a multidisciplinary consortium across 5 universities and industry partners, working together in researching the next generation of cathodes in batteries.
As part of a Faraday Institution funded project, you’ll have the opportunity for networking across the UK battery research community, as well as professional training and development during your time on the project.
For more details on the FutureCat project please see About Us
Take a look at the Faraday Institution video celebrating the successes of the first Faraday PhD cohort.
Our current opportunities are:
PhD Studentship – funded by EPSRC
Development of resilient batteries : 3D tomography of electrode cracking mechanisms, and methods for mitigation – with Professor Beverley Inkson at the University of Sheffield.
PhD Studentship – funded by the Faraday Institution and ISIS Neutron and Muon Source
Complementary in-operando Small Angle Neutron Scattering and Neutron Reflectometry cells to study the dynamic behaviour of the SEI. – with Dr Alisyn Nedoma at the University of Sheffield plus Dr Gabriel Perez (Science Technology Facilities Council), Dr Emily Reynolds (Science Technology Facilities Council) and Dr Venkat Daramalla (University of Cambridge).