Looking for a Post Doc? NEW 9 March, 2016 Synthetic Organic Chemist with Ph.D. Needed

March 9th, 2016

NEW! We need a synthetic organic chemist to work on our nanomachines project. Must have a published record of complex synthesis experience. Please send your CV and cover letter with references (in Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF or text format) to Prof. James Tour, at tour@rice.edu and please copy Dr. Dustin James, a Tour Group Laboratory Manager at dustin@rice.edu, specifying “Synthetic Organic Chemist” in the subject line. (Posted March 9, 2016)

You are welcome to send us your application for future post doc openings that may arise in areas such as composites and elastomers, carbon materials functionalization, materials chemistry and other areas in which the group has an active research program. Such applications will be viewed more favorably if you are able to provide >75% of your own funding through fellowships and/or outside grants. We seek applications from ambitious, dedicated, self-motivated, hard-working scientists with a strong desire to participate in the development of molecular electronics, nanohealth, organic synthesis, composites, elastomers and nanoscale science and technology in a university setting, with strong ties to commercial and government sectors. (updated March 9, 2016)

This research may involve research with collaborators at other institutions and companies across the country and around the world. Please send your CV and cover letter with references (in Microsoft Word, Adobe PDF or text format) to Prof. James Tour, at tour@rice.edu and please copy Dr. Dustin James, the Tour Group Laboratory Manager at dustin@rice.edu, specifying the position for which you are applying in the subject line. You will be contacted if we need recommendation letters. Postal mail address is: Dr. Dustin James, Rice University, Chemistry Dept., 6100 Main St MS 222, Houston, Texas, 77005-1892.

Rice University is an equal employment opportunity, affirmative action employer.

In the Tour Group you will be working in a dynamic environment at Rice University, which is rich in tradition. The Tour Group is part of the NanoCarbon Center. Rice is located just south of the heart of Houston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the United States. The Texas Medical Center is located across the street from Rice, and Rice University is a member of the Alliance for Nanohealth.

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