Energie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre
February 1st, 2023 to April 17, 2023
Open to internal and external candidates | Tenure-track Position
The INRS Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications (EMT) Research Centre wishes to fill a new tenure-track faculty position within the INRS-UQTR joint research unit (UMR), with high potential for knowledge and technology transfer to users, in the development of new electrolytes and electrode materials for energy storage and/or conversion.
INRS and UQTR have set up a joint research unit on the development of advanced materials and technologies for a low-carbon economy. UQTR is already strongly committed to the Electrification and Climate Change Plan (PECC) and has an international reputation and key infrastructure facilitating the energy transition. The work conducted at the Hydrogen Research Institute (IRH) and the Innovations Institute in Ecomaterials, Ecoproducts and Ecoenergies (I2E3) is a great example of this commitment. The INRS EMT Research Centre, on the other hand, with its distinguished professor-researchers, boasts a critical mass of scientists specializing in the development of advanced materials and green technologies, as well as world-class facilities, unique in Canada, such as the Advanced Laser Light Source (ALLS) Laboratory, the Laboratory of Micro and Nanofabrication (LMN), and a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to time-resolved transmission electron microscopy.
Within the development of new electrolytes and electrode materials for energy storage and/or conversion, the targeted areas of expertise include (i) liquid and/or solid electrolytes for batteries (ii) molten salts for electrometallurgical processes, (iii) electrolytes for fuel cells and high-temperature electrolyzers, and (iv) industrial processes for the production/recycling of battery materials.
The selected candidate that accepts the offer will be given the support to apply and compete internally for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair as well as for Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) infrastructure support – John R. Evans Leaders Fund – to establish his/her research lab.
The successful applicant will join a staff of some 40 professor-researchers who undertake research and provide training (MSc, PhD, and postdoc) in various fields such as ultrafast science and photonics, advanced materials, sustainable energy, environmental solutions, telecommunication systems, and nanobiotechnology.
French is the working language. Advanced knowledge of English is crucial. Applicants who are not fully fluent in French are strongly encouraged to apply. The necessary resources will be put at their disposal to help them learn French.
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)
Campus de Trois-Rivières
3351 boulevard des Forges
Trois-Rivières (Québec) G8Z 4M3
In accordance with the collective agreement in effect at INRS. Parental leaves are supported both institutionally and by government programs.
Interested candidates should send their application before April 17, 2023 including:
Incomplete applications will not be considered. Any additional documents that cannot be transmitted electronically but are necessary to complete your application should be sent by mail to the following address:
Institut national de la recherche scientifique
Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre
1650, boul. Lionel-Boulet
Varennes (Québec) J3X 1P7
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