Contact

We are always looking to work with talented and motivated scientists. If you are interested in working with us please take a look at the information below and get in touch by email (jona.foster@sheffield.ac.uk).

Industrial and academic collaborators

We think MONs have enormous potential for use in a wide variety of commercial and scientific applications. If you have an idea for how MONs might address a particular problem or open up new opportunities in your market or field of research, please get in touch.

Post-docs

Funding for specific projects, when available, are advertised on the University Jobs pages and at jobs.ac.uk

Highly qualified applicants are invited to get in touch at any time. Such enquiries should include a CV and cover letter outlining your research experience, why you are interested in working with us and fellowship agencies to whom you plan to apply to underwrite your stay in the group.

PhD students

Funding for specific projects, when available, are advertised on the Department pages and on findaphd at https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=94694

Highly qualified applicants are invited to get in touch at any time. Such enquiries should include a CV and cover letter outlining your academic background, any research experience you have, why you are interested in working with us and scholarship funding agencies to whom you plan to apply to underwrite your stay in the group.

Undergraduate/MSc/Visiting PhD students

We are happy to accommodate talented and motivated students at any time of the year. Work is carried out under the guidance of an experienced group member in the context of an ongoing project and typically last at least 8 weeks. Please include a CV and cover letter outlining your current position, experience in experimental chemistry, why you are interested in working with us and funding agencies to whom you plan to apply to underwrite your stay in the group.

Please note-  If you do not have a clear idea of what it is that we do and why you want to join the team, please look elsewhere.