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HySiLabs
France
May. 28th, 20
"Chemical research Engineer: heterogenous catalysis Chemist - Ref: CATACHEM"
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Company
Hysilabs has developed a liquid hydrogen carrier HydroSil, stable and safe at ambient temperature
and atmospheric pressure. This breakthrough in the energy sector takes advantage of the
remarkable properties of hydrogen without the usual drawbacks inherent to its storage and
transportation. This innovative liquid state allows to use similar logistics as conventional fuels. By
employing renewable resources for its production, this solution enhances the deployment of
considerably more environmentally friendly solutions compared to fossil fuels. Our ambition is to
gather motivated and passionate people around this multi-awarded project in order to achieve new
development steps together.

Mission
You will integrate the technical development team within a 10 collaborators start-up and actively
contribute to the success of the projects. Your role is to take part in the implementation of an
innovative production technology in the company, participate in the protection of the invention and
be a driving force in future technical developments. Your main missions will be to:
– Design, implement within Hysilabs’ chemistry lab a novel chemical synthesis tool
– Perform the chemical synthesis and characterize the ensuing products
– Understand and explore deeply the reaction features in order to furnish a maximum
comprehension of the chemistry at play
– Adapt the device and tune reaction conditions in order to maximize the reaction performances at
lab scale
– Take part in the scale-up and transition to continuous mode of operation of the unit towards a
pilot demonstrator

Profile
– You have a degree in Chemistry (PhD -preferably- or Engineering degree or Master).
– You have a significant background in: heterogeneous catalysis, inorganic chemistry, physical
chemistry, or supercritical chemistry
– Optionally you have Computational Fluid Dynamics skills
– You are persistent when confronted to technical issues
– You have good technical writing skills in English (patent manuscript, technical reports, etc.)
– You feel comfortable starting a topic from scratch from bench test design to assembly to carrying
out tests
– Ideally you have competencies in process engineering
– You have appetence for upstream research topics
– You have appetence for ambitious topics and seek to make an impact
– You are autonomous and proactive
– You are rigorous regarding everyday work safety and confidential material

Offer
– Open-ended contract
– Position to be filled as soon as possible
– Gross annual salary: from 35k€ – depending on profile
– Position based in Aix-en-Provence (France) on the Technopôle de l’Environnement de l’Arbois.
The site is located in full-nature, easily accessible by public transportation.
Application process
Send your resume and covering letter (English or French) as PDF attachement via email to
recruitment@hysilabs.com. Please include this reference to the subject of your email:
[CATACHEM]_

HySiLabs developed an innovative solution to facilitate hydrogen transportation and storage, by charging and releasing hydrogen in a unique liquid carrier.

HySiLabs’ innovations have the potential to remove all barriers hindering hydrogen solutions’ deployment by tackling safety, regulations and supply chain issues. This will facilitate the integration of hydrogen with high potential in the energy transition (industryand transport sectors) in order to substantially reduce CO2 emissions of those sectors.

More detailed information can be found on Youtube.

HySiLabs
France
May. 28th, 20
"Chemical process Design Engineer – Ref: DESENG"
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Company
Hysilabs has developed a liquid hydrogen carrier HydroSil, stable and safe at ambient temperature
and atmospheric pressure. This breakthrough in the energy sector takes advantage of the
remarkable properties of hydrogen without the usual drawbacks inherent to its storage and
transportation. This innovative liquid state allows to use similar logistics as conventional fuels. By
employing renewable resources for its production, this solution enhances the deployment of
considerably more environmentally friendly solutions compared to fossil fuels. Our ambition is to
gather motivated and passionate people around this multi-awarded project in order to achieve new
development steps together.

Mission
You will integrate the technical development team within a 10 collaborators start-up and actively
contribute to the success of the projects. Your role is to take part in the preparation of industrial
scale implementation of the new technologies and be a driving force in future technical
developments.
Your main missions will be to:
– Perform evaluations of heat and matter flows,
– Scale production unit
– Perform draft and basic engineering for future industrial plants
– Project lab-scale innovations impact at industrial scale
– Ensure compliance with environment & safety regulation
– Perform grey energy (initial plant implementation energy footprint) analysis

Profile
– You hold a Chemical Engineering Design degree (from university master or engineering school)
– You have a background in chemical reactors conception and dimensioning
– You have experience in performing process engineering studies at industrial scale
– You have good technical writing skills in English
– You are autonomous and proactive
– You are dynamic and rigorous
– You can deal with confidential material

Offer
– Open-ended contract
– Position to be filled as soon as possible
– Gross annual salary: from 35k€ – depending on profile
– Position based in Aix-en-Provence (France) on the Technopôle de l’Environnement de l’Arbois.
The site is located in full-nature, easily accessible by public transportation.
Application process
Send your resume and covering letter (English or French) as PDF attachement via email to
recruitment@hysilabs.com. Please include this reference to the subject of your email: [DESENG]_

HySiLabs developed an innovative solution to facilitate hydrogen transportation and storage, by charging and releasing hydrogen in a unique liquid carrier.

HySiLabs’ innovations have the potential to remove all barriers hindering hydrogen solutions’ deployment by tackling safety, regulations and supply chain issues. This will facilitate the integration of hydrogen with high potential in the energy transition (industryand transport sectors) in order to substantially reduce CO2 emissions of those sectors.

More detailed information can be found on Youtube.

HySiLabs
France
May. 28th, 20
"Chemical process Engineer: Reactor Engineer – Ref: GENREAC"
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Company
Hysilabs has developed a liquid hydrogen carrier HydroSil, stable and safe at ambient temperature
and atmospheric pressure. This breakthrough in the energy sector takes advantage of the
remarkable properties of hydrogen without the usual drawbacks inherent to its storage and
transportation. This innovative liquid state allows to use similar logistics as conventional fuels. By
employing renewable resources for its production, this solution enhances the deployment of
considerably more environmentally friendly solutions compared to fossil fuels. Our ambition is to
gather motivated and passionate people around this multi-awarded project in order to achieve new
development steps together.

Mission
You will integrate the technical development team within a 10 collaborators start-up and actively
contribute to the success of the projects. Your role is to take part in the development of an
innovative production technology in the company, participate in the protection of the invention and
be a driving force in future technical developments.
Your main missions will be to:
– Design new parts or new overall reactors
– Outsourcing parts manufacturing
– Assemble and validate new reactors or improvements

Profile
– You hold an engineering degree (from university master or engineering school)
– You have significant background in: chemical reactor design, dimensioning, pressure reactors,
solid/gas dispersion devices, liquid/gas dispersion devices, or ATEX systems
– You have appetence for designing and building mechanical devices
– Optionally you have Computational Fluid Dynamics skills
– You are persistent when confronted to technical issues
– You have good technical writing skills in English (patent manuscript, technical reports, etc.)
– You feel prone to operate a reactor and perform chemical reactions
– You are autonomous and proactive
– You are rigorous regarding everyday work safety and confidential material

Offer
– Open-ended contract
– Position to be filled as soon as possible
– Gross annual salary: from 35k€ – depending on profile
– Position based in Aix-en-Provence (France) on the Technopôle de l’Environnement de l’Arbois.
The site is located in full-nature, easily accessible by public transportation.
Process of application
Send your resume and covering letter (English or French) as PDF attachement via email to
recruitment@hysilabs.com. Please include this reference to the subject of your email:
[GENREAC]_

HySiLabs developed an innovative solution to facilitate hydrogen transportation and storage, by charging and releasing hydrogen in a unique liquid carrier.

HySiLabs’ innovations have the potential to remove all barriers hindering hydrogen solutions’ deployment by tackling safety, regulations and supply chain issues. This will facilitate the integration of hydrogen with high potential in the energy transition (industryand transport sectors) in order to substantially reduce CO2 emissions of those sectors.

More detailed information can be found on Youtube.

HySiLabs
France
May. 28th, 20
"Plasma Engineer – Ref: PLASCHEM"
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Company
Hysilabs has developed a liquid hydrogen carrier HydroSil, stable and safe at ambient temperature
and atmospheric pressure. This breakthrough in the energy sector takes advantage of the
remarkable properties of hydrogen without the usual drawbacks inherent to its storage and
transportation. This innovative liquid state allows to use similar logistics as conventional fuels. By
employing renewable resources for its production, this solution enhances the deployment of
considerably more environmentally friendly solutions compared to fossil fuels. Our ambition is to
gather motivated and passionate people around this project in order to achieve new development
steps together.

Job description / mission
You will integrate the technical development team within a 10 collaborators start-up and actively
contribute to the success of the projects. Your role will be to design, build and put in operation a
plasma device. You will conduct a first phase of study and synthesis of the state-of-the-art with the
aim of designing a plasma device able to realize the targeted chemical reaction. After this first
phase you will start the realization of the device by selecting and ordering all the different parts
constituting the latter, including analytics, computing etc… The commercial part inherent to this
phase, meaning material selection, negotiation and follow-up with subcontractors and industrial
partners will be part of your attributions as well. The next phase will be the actual assembly and
set-up of the reactor. This phase will be considered as validated when the device will be up and
running. Once operational, the device will be operated to perform chemical reactions, being part of
a precise test program. The ultimate goal is to achieve a proof of concept by successfully
performing the targeted chemical reaction thanks to the plasma device. The outcome of your
mission is expected to constitute a major breakthrough, both in the academic and industrial worlds
as well.

Profile
– You hold a PhD in Plasma applied Physics
– You have significant experimental background operating plasma sources or plasma assisted
devices
– Optionally you have Computational Fluid Dynamics skills
– You are persistent when confronted to technical issues
– You have good technical writing skills in English (patent manuscript, technical reports, etc.)
– You feel comfortable starting a topic from scratch from bench test design to assembly to carrying
out tests
– You have appetence for both upstream and applied research
– You are autonomous and proactive
– You are rigorous regarding everyday work safety and confidential material

Offer
– Open-ended contract
– Position to be filled as soon as possible Gross annual salary: from 35k€ – depending on profile
– Position based in Aix-en-Provence (France) on the Technopôle de l’Environnement de l’Arbois.
The site is located in full-nature, easily accessible by public transportation.
Application process
Send your resume and covering letter (English or French) as PDF attachement via email to
recruitment@hysilabs.com. Please include this reference to the subject of your email:
[PLASCHEM]_

HySiLabs developed an innovative solution to facilitate hydrogen transportation and storage, by charging and releasing hydrogen in a unique liquid carrier.

HySiLabs’ innovations have the potential to remove all barriers hindering hydrogen solutions’ deployment by tackling safety, regulations and supply chain issues. This will facilitate the integration of hydrogen with high potential in the energy transition (industryand transport sectors) in order to substantially reduce CO2 emissions of those sectors.

More detailed information can be found on Youtube.

HySiLabs
France
May. 28th, 20
"R&D Chemistry Technician – Ref: TECHEM"
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Company
Hysilabs has developed a liquid hydrogen carrier HydroSil, stable and safe at ambient temperature
and atmospheric pressure. This breakthrough in the energy sector takes advantage of the
remarkable properties of hydrogen without the usual drawbacks inherent to its storage and
transportation. This innovative liquid state allows to use similar logistics as conventional fuels. By
employing renewable resources for its production, this solution enhances the deployment of
considerably more environmentally friendly solutions compared to fossil fuels. Our ambition is to
gather motivated and passionate people around this multi-awarded project in order to achieve new
development steps together.

Mission
You will integrate the technical development team within a 10 collaborators start-up and actively
contribute to the success of the projects. Your role is to take part in the implementation of an
innovative production technology in the company, ensure its operation and be a driving force in
future technical developments. Your work will directly contribute to the development of related
subjects in the company.
Your main missions will be to:
– Implement a novel chemical synthesis tool, under the supervision of a chemical research
engineer
– Run the set-up on a daily basis
– Perform the chemical synthesis and characterize the ensuing products

Profile
– You hold a technical degree (DUT), a bachelor or a master degree
– You have good handling skills and experience in running chemical set-ups
– Ideally you have experience in working with sensitive chemicals and under inert atmosphere
(Schlenk techniques)
– You have appetence for research topics
– You are autonomous and proactive
– You are dynamic and persistent when confronted to technical issues
– You are rigorous regarding everyday work safety and confidential material

Offer
– Open-ended contract
– Position to be filled as soon as possible
– Gross annual salary: from 28k€ – depending on profile
– Position based in Aix-en-Provence (France) on the Technopôle de l’Environnement de l’Arbois.
The site is located in full-nature, easily accessible by public transportation.
Application process
Send your resume and covering letter (English or French) as PDF attachement via email to
recruitment@hysilabs.com. Please include this reference to the subject of your email: [TECHEM]_

HySiLabs developed an innovative solution to facilitate hydrogen transportation and storage, by charging and releasing hydrogen in a unique liquid carrier.

HySiLabs’ innovations have the potential to remove all barriers hindering hydrogen solutions’ deployment by tackling safety, regulations and supply chain issues. This will facilitate the integration of hydrogen with high potential in the energy transition (industryand transport sectors) in order to substantially reduce CO2 emissions of those sectors.

More detailed information can be found on Youtube.