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We have built up new and exciting catalysis activities including physico-chemical characterization at KIT and synchrotron radiation sources. Our field of interests are exhaust gas catalysis, Power-to-Chemicals, selective oxidations, biomass conversion and sustainable chemistry. Are you searching for a challenging scientific work in the field of

- Technical chemistry, chemical engineering

- Inorganic solid state chemistry

- Physical chemistry, synchrotron radiation or microscopy?

Do not hesitate to contact us (grunwaldt∂kit.edu). Especially, if you are interested in interdisciplinary research or if you want to conduct a bachelor, master or Ph.D. thesis .

Please feel welcome to send us your application or ask us concerning

- Ph.D. thesis

- postdoctoral studies

- guest scientist


Present announcements on the KIT homepage

HiWi position: Administrative staff (Link)

2 positions as academic employee (Ph.D., in English)

Development and operando characterization of heterogeneous catalysts for exhaust gas aftertreatment (Link)



Previous announcements

Dynamics of catalysts and reactors in heterogeneous catalysis (Link)

Materialentwicklung und Spektroskopie an katalytischen Systemen zur Elektrolyse von Wasser (Link)

Characterization of novel NH3-SCR catalysts under realistic reaction conditions (Link)

Entwicklung und operando-Charakterisierung heterogener Katalysatoren zur Methanolsynthese (Link)

Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in / Postdoktorand/in
Dynamik von Katalysatoren und Reaktoren in der heterogenen Katalyse  (Link)

Novel heterogeneous catalysts for the synthesis of biomass based platform chemicals (Link)

Design and Characterization of heterogeneous catalysts for the synthesis of higher alcohols (Link)

Characterization of novel materials and catalysts by in situ X-ray microscopy and related synchrotron radiation based techniques (Link)

Exhaust gas aftertreatment

Synthesis of novel heterogeneous catalysts for the sustainable production of chemicals and fuels

Characterizing new exhaust gas catalysts unter applied operation conditions