We regularly recruit talented and passionate people to join our team. Positions available cover the central ICAM office at The University of Manchester, along with our partners at Imperial College London, the University of Cambridge and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Posts available include post-doctoral research associate and academic positions as well as project support roles. Recruitment processes are managed by the human resources departments of our respective university partners.
Imperial College London has distinctive expertise in membranes and other adsorbent technologies for separations, including 2D materials, molecular modelling of materials across all scales. In addition, its skills in surface science and characterisation, electrochemistry, tribology, and corrosion science are used in several ICAM projects. Imperial is also a world class centre for the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) of materials.View Current Positions
The University of Cambridge has world-renowned capabilities in areas such as metallurgy, civil engineering, biotechnology, molecular and fluid modelling, 2-D materials, surface chemistry and modelling of physical and chemical processes, in addition to research centres such as the bp Institute of Multi-phase Flow (BPI) and a focus on energy transition research. The modelling research from CFD to machine learning has been applied to a range of issues including cement displacement and predicting properties of hydrocarbon mixtures.View Current Positions
The University of Manchester is well renowned for world-leading expertise in the structural and functional materials, corrosion, smart coatings, catalysis, electrochemistry, biotechnology, and energy storage. This materials expertise is underpinned by The University of Manchester’s capability in imaging and characterisation.View Current Positions
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign has world leading expertise in surface science, biosciences, materials characterisation, coatings, wear resistant self-organising materials, and materials that can autonomously indicate damage and heal themselves. It is developing new materials that have special value in improving the safe operation and reliability of components and systems where routine inspection is difficult.View Current Positions