At the center of our corporate strategy is innovation. We are always building the Air Products of tomorrow, and seeking the next generation of achievers.

In technology that means finding people with the skills, the knowledge, and the creative spark to move us forward. One way we do that is through our Ph.D. Career Development Program.

The program is offered to recent Ph.D. graduates or post-doctoral candidates in science and engineering. It consists of up to three rotational assignments (selected by the participant, lasting approximately one year each) in areas that complement our strengths or expand our skills. As such, the program provides a unique opportunity for highly qualified people to gain insight into our corporate culture while playing an active role in shaping their careers.

Research Opportunities

A broad spectrum of research opportunities is available. These range from fundamental materials research to the development of highly innovative, top-priority processes and products. As a member of the program, you will have the chance to work across all areas of product development (strategic market analysis, new materials synthesis, scale-up, and process optimization) and to determine which area of the company is right for you.

You will master important skills as a participant the Ph.D. Career Development Program. They include:

  • Chemical and Mechanical Engineering
  • Reactor Engineering
  • Advanced separation technology
  • Simulation and modeling
  • Electrochemical engineering
  • Energy sciences, including large power systems

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