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Internship

Carbon Capture - Energy Storage Internship – Starting Summer 2024 (12 months)

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SLB

28d ago

🚀 Summer Internship

Cambridge

AI generated summary

  • You need scientific curiosity, lab skills, Python programming, and studies in Chemical Eng, Chemistry, or Materials Science for this internship at SLB starting Summer 2024.
  • You will conduct literature reviews, optimize nanomaterial synthesis, characterize MOFs, develop models, follow lab safety protocols, and present findings to stakeholders.

Summer Internship

ScienceCambridge

Description

  • We have an internship vacancy within the “New Energy” Materials Program for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) on nanomaterial synthesis. You will work on understanding and optimizing nanomaterial synthesis for carbon capture under supervision. You will receive training in flow chemistry and laboratory instrumentation to optimize reaction parameters. You will also develop proficiency in various characterization techniques such as ATR, SEM, BET, etc. You will develop proficiency in data analysis and numerical techniques in Python for managing and interpreting experimental results. Finally, the results of the internship will be shared with other scientists at the center through a written report and oral presentation.
  • The position would be suitable for those who have a strong interest in experimental research. 

Requirements

  • Required Skills:
  • Scientific curiosity
  • Good laboratory skills; exposure to microcontrollers or spectroscopy is bonus
  • Programming in Python
  • Qualification:
  • Studying towards a Bachelors or Masters in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science, or related field.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Science

Responsibilities

  • Literature review of techniques to synthesize nanomaterials
  • Optimize reaction parameters for nanomaterial synthesis under supervision
  • Characterize MOFs under supervision
  • Develop first principle and statistical models to aid the interpretation of experimental data and optimization of reaction parameters
  • Good laboratory practices, working within HSE guidelines
  • Technical report writing and presentation of results to stakeholders

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Cambridge