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2016 Global Korea Scholarship for Doctoral Degree

Dr. Sang-Hyoun Kim's Lab at Daegu University, South Korea is currently looking for doctoral course students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental engineering and bioenergy research. The research will focus on anaerobic digestion of solid waste and wastewater, biohydrogen production from renewable resources, industrial symbiosys and energy saving in industrial wastewater treatment. Graduate students in Dr.

2016 Global Korea Scholarship

Dr. Sang-Hyoun Kim's Lab at Daegu University, South Korea is currently looking for master course students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental engineering and bioenergy research. The research will focus on anaerobic digestion of solid waste and wastewater, biohydrogen production from renewable resources, industrial symbiosys and energy saving in industrial wastewater treatment. Graduate students in Dr.

2016 Global Korea Scholarship

Dr. Sang-Hyoun Kim's Lab at Daegu University, South Korea is currently looking for master course students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental engineering and bioenergy research. The research will focus on anaerobic digestion of solid waste and wastewater, biohydrogen production from renewable resources, industrial symbiosys and energy saving in industrial wastewater treatment. Graduate students in Dr.

Doctoral Research Assistantships in Environmental Engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Lamar University (Beaumont, TX) invites applications for multiple Doctoral Research Assistantships in environmental engineering to join the Center for Advances in Water and Air Quality, starting in January 2016. The multidisciplinary research center is created to focus on addressing the challenges in water sustainability and air quality faced by industries and in coastal regions, developing an internationally recognized program in air and water research, and promoting higher education programs.

Greenhouse gas fluxes in rice agriculture

I am recruiting a PhD and/or MS student to join the Landscape Flux Group within the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The research projects will be based in rice agricultural systems in Arkansas, where we are working with farmers to modify irrigation practices to reduce methane production while saving water. The projects use flux budgeting methods to understand the landscape’s ecological and hydrological functioning.

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