Researcher, Chemistry job with NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

job description

The successful candidate will work with A/Prof Suresh Valiyaveettil on materials synthesis in a project on the development of new metallic organic networks.

The main responsibilities of the position include:

  • Conduct research in the field of materials synthesis
  • Collect and analyze data
  • Publish data on time
  • Prepare and maintain a laboratory report
  • Prepare and present the weekly report
  • Assistance with laboratory safety management
  • Coordinate with the group of people involved in the project


  • Degrees / Disciplines: PhD in organic synthesis or polymer synthesis


  • Able to conduct independent experiments in a chemical laboratory
  • Knowledge of different spectroscopic (FTIR, UV-Vis, Fluorescence), thermal (TGA, DSC), structural (XRD) and microscopic (Optical, SEM) analytical techniques
  • Proven research experience (e.g. publications in international journals) in materials synthesis and characterization.


  • Strong research experience in materials synthesis and characterization, good publication record, characterization data analysis are considered important for this position.

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More information

Location: Kent Ridge Campus

Organization: Science

Department : Chemistry

Eligible Employee Referral: Nope

Job Application ID: 16628