AMBER has a central role in improving the scientific and technical skills of the current and future workforce. We recruit the best and the brightest from across the globe to deliver on our mission of research excellence that brings solutions to societal and industrial challenges. Researchers trained in AMBER develop a broad skill base that reflects the needs of industry, as well as supporting those researchers who wish to follow an academic career path. AMBER provides our researchers with opportunities to work with companies, gaining valuable appreciation of the culture of product development, as well as exposure to business and management processes that are industry-relevant, creating a broad skills base that matches the needs of industry. For our postdoctoral and early career researcher (ESR) cohort interested in remaining in academia, our funding team collaborates with other SFI Centres in TCD to deliver a Pathways to Funding training programme annually to prepare individuals to apply for independent research funding.
Research Fellow in Physical & Materials electrochemistry
Evaluating the potential of novel nickel/iron oxyhydroxide films as electrodes in industrial water electrolysis reactors A fully funded 12 month postdoctoral research fellowship (with a possibility to extend to 24 months) is offered in the Trinity Electrochemistry & Electrocatalysis Group in Trinity College Dublin headed by Professor Mike Lyons.
PhD studentship Gas turbine combustion for high-hydrogen and alternative fuels
The position will be based within the Turbomachinery Research Group team of Professor Stephen Spence within the School of Engineering and the Advanced Materials and Bioengineering Research Centre (AMBER) centre.