We are always interested in hearing from talented and motivated students and early-career researchers who are interested in working in our labs. Please send enquiries including CV directly to Dr Nielsen. For international students, please follow this link for information regarding QMUL’s international partners for PhD funding.
We are currently recruiting PhD students for October 2021 to work on the synthesis of new organic electronic or bioelectronic materials. Talented students with a background in synthetic organic chemistry, polymer chemistry or materials chemistry who are interested in working in our group are encouraged to contact Dr Nielsen with a CV before 18 December 2020!
January 2019 PhD studentship on nanoscale bioelectronics for point-of-care diagnostics and wearable devices supervised by Dr Christian Nielsen and Dr Matteo Palma. This advert is no longer active!
June 2018 Postdoc position at QMUL to work on enhancing the performance and stability of organic electronic devices within a project sponsored by EPSRC. This advert is no longer active!
July 2017 Postdoc position at QMUL to work on novel organic bioelectronic sensors for epilepsy diagnosis within a project sponsored by the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Wellcome Trust. This advert is no longer active!
May 2017 Postdoc position at QMUL within large multi-institute networking centre funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. This advert is no longer active!
March 2017 PhD studentship on dynamics of polymers using neutron scattering and molecular dynamics supervised by Prof Jenny Nelson and Dr Christian Nielsen. This advert is no longer active!
February 2017 Organic electronics PhD project starting October 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Christian Nielsen at Queen Mary University of London. This advert is no longer active!
February 2017 Applications are invited for a Commonwealth Scholarship for developed Commonwealth country citizens (Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei, Canada, Cyprus, Malta and New Zealand) to work in the laboratory of Dr. Christian Nielsen at Queen Mary University of London. This advert is no longer active!