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
Our current opportunities are:
2 PhD studentships, funded by the Faraday Institution – please see the Faraday Institution page below for further details and how to apply
Development of plasma polymer coatings for control of the CEI on high-voltage spinel cathode materials – with Dr John Griffin and Dr Nuria Tapia-Ruiz, Lancaster University
Long-duration instrumented operando cell XAFS studies of modified Co-free cathodes: LNO and LNMO – with Professor Louis Piper, University of Warwick