Welcome to the Glusac Lab! We are a physical organic chemistry research group that studies metal-free catalytic motifs for solar fuels applications. Our research labs are located at two institutions: University of Illinois at Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory. Please browse our web site to learn more about us.
Postdoctoral Position: The Glusac group is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow in ultrafast transient absorption spectroscopy. Applicants should have strong experience in experimental design and use of ultrafast laser spectroscopy techniques and a PhD in Chemistry, Physics of related field. Applicants with a high degree of independence and strong interests in solar energy conversion are particularly encouraged to apply.
The project involves a study of photoinduced charge separation kinetics at the semiconductor/catalyst interface and is a part of the group’s broader efforts towards photocatalytic CO2 reduction using biomimetic NADH analogs. The Glusac group holds a joint position at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory. The laser laboratory is located at Argonne, where the postdoctoral fellow will perform most of his/her research.
Interested applicants should e-mail their CV, statement of research interests and contact information for three references to Prof. Ksenija Glusac (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Department of Chemistry
845 W Taylor Street,Chicago, IL 60607
Ksenija's Office: 5105 SES;
Tel: +1 312 413 8867
Student Office: 5404 SES
Wet Lab: 5115 SES
Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division
9700 S. Cass Avenue, Argonne, IL 60439
Ksenija's Office: 200-D179;
Tel: +1 630 252 3341
Student Office: 200-D183
Wet Lab: 200-D150
Laser Lab: 241-A013