Solid-state NMR post-doctoral position at Dalhousie University

We have an immediate opening for a grant-paid research position, at the post-
doctoral level, in the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research Resource (NMR-3) at
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The duties of this
position will be to develop and grow our efforts in research on energy storage
and conversion materials, and as such will focus on solid-state NMR of a range
of electrochemically active materials. We have recently received CFI funding
for infrastructure in this area, through a proposal led by Michael Freund and
Erin Johnson, together with co-PI’s including Josef Zwanziger (NMR-3
director), Jeff Dahn, Mark Obrovac, Mita Dasog, and Ghada Koleilat, and
others, and it is expected the candidate will liaise closely with these groups
to develop projects of mutual interest. This CFI grant is funding among other
things purchase of a dedicated solid-state NMR spectrometer for this project
as well as an in situ NMR probe for electrochemically active materials. The
candidate is expected to have a strong background in solid-state NMR, and
preferably also in energy-related materials. The position is for one year with
the possibility to renew based on performance and availability of funding. For
questions or to apply, contact Josef Zwanziger at
Applications should include a CV and names and contact information for three