Environmental Nanotechnology

The Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering at the University of Miami is seeking a highly motivated PhD student to work under the guidance of Dr. Sung Hee Joo as soon as possible (for Fall 2015 admission). The PhD student is expected to perform research in the area of fate, bioavailability, exposure pathways and toxicity assessment of nanomaterials; environmental nanotechnology (i.e., applications of nanomaterials for degradation of contaminants).

The selected candidate is expected to work with undegraduate research assistants and graduate students.

Waste to Biofuel

The Green Energy Research Group in the CEE (Civil and Environmental Engineering) Department of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HK PolyU) is seeking for new members to study on new generation Biorefinery Technology to convert organic waste/wastewater into bioful and value-added chemcials.  

Current or newly graduated Master students studying in the area of Environmental Science, Engineering, Chemistry, or Biology are all welcome to join us. The position can be provided as soon as immagration status is clarified and should lead to a continus study in our PhD program.

Ecological / Environmental Resources Engineering

I am looking for one PhD or MS student to start in either the fall 2015 or spring 2016 semester. This student will lead a sampling program for pilot study of a constructed wetland treatment system receiving combined sewer overflows. If this is a PhD student, independent thesis research topics will be developed, related to or independent of the constructed wetland system, and experience with molecular bio-techniques is preferred.

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering Graduate Research Assistantships

The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) invites applications for Graduate Research Assistantships for Ph.D. Students in environmental engineering to start in either August 2015 or January 2016. The successful candidates can join research teams in one of the following areas:


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