The Environmental Systems Engineering group at the University of British Columbia is seeking a motivated PhD student to work on an NSERC-funded research project focusing on enhancing methane recovery from wastewater solids. The desired start date is September, 2018.
Job Type: Graduate
Job Rank: M.S. Student
Job Institution: Florida Gulf Coast University
Faculty in SUNY-ESF's Department of Environmental Studies and Syracuse University's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Syracuse, NY) invite applications for a M.S./Ph.D. position in Environmental Science with an emphasis in socio-environmental systems, including citizen science, public engagement, and environmental chemistry of organic contaminants in aquatic ecosystems (e.g., lakes). The ideal candidate should possess B.S. and possibly M.S. degree(s) in environmental studies/sciences, chemistry, environmental engineering, or a related field(s).
The Geoenvironmental Engineering Group is looking for a highly motivated PhD student to conduct research in the frame of the NSF funded project "A Bottom-up Approach to Design of Chemical Soil Stabilization Using Thermodynamic Modeling". The project description is avaible here https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1740554&HistoricalAwards=false.
1~2 PhD research/teaching assistant positions are available in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville （http://leilab.uah.edu）starting Spring 2018 and Fall 2018. The successful applicant is expected to conduct research in the area of heterogeneous catalysis application in wastewater treatment. The student will also receive training in other nanotechnology area including but not limited to atomic layer deposition and synchrotron x-ray techniques.
The Lauchnor Lab at Montana State University is seeking a motivated Ph.D. student to work on an NSF-funded research project aiming to characterize methane cycling biofilms in extreme environments, to start as soon as possible. The student will collaborate with an interdisciplinary team investigating environmental biofilm communities from Yellowstone National Park and other field sites, in addition to engineered biofilms in the laboratory.
Florida Atlantic University’s Laboratories for Engineered Environmental Solutions (Lab.EES) http://labees.civil.fau.edu is seeking graduate student research assistants for Spring 2018 on a project related to the development of a novel biosensor for odorant detection at landfills.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at the University of California, Los Angeles, is seeking PhD applicants to work under the guidance of Dr. Sanjay Mohanty (http://www.cee.ucla.edu/profile-mohanty/) on projects related to designing of resilient stormwater treatment systems to mitigate surface and groundwater pollution, and quantifying the effect of climate change on water quality. The research will involve geochemistry, environmental microbiology, and electrochemistry.
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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University (CSU) is currently seeking two graduate research assistants (both Ph.D. and M.S. are considered) to start in Spring 2018. Those positions will be focusing on novel membrane materials and processes for sustainability water supply, and ecological and health impacts of engineered nanomaterials. Students who are interested in performing cutting-edge research in those rising areas are encouraged to contact Dr.