Environmental Engineering

Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI), Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral research position in environmental engineering to start before April 1, 2016. Candidates in the areas of biotechnology and microbiology are preferred. However, other research areas including membrane processes and nanotechnology will also be considered.

Environmental/chemical engineering/chemistry: Magnetic Nanomaterials for Water and Wastewater Treatment

The research group of Professor Irene M. C. Lo at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, would like to invite applications for a Post-doctoral Fellow position in the research area of magnetic nanomaterials for water/wastewater treatment.

Interdisciplinary Sustainability Science and Engineering

The New England Sustainability Consortium (NEST) has launched a new stakeholder-engaged, solutions-focused, interdisciplinary research initiative focused on the future of dams. The initiative builds on NEST’s experience in advancing the theory and practice of sustainability science (e.g.,, and is supported in part by a $6 million, 4-year NSF EPSCoR grant.

Environmental Chemistry

A postdoctoral research position is available at the University of Connecticut to conduct molecular modeling simulations of organocation binding to aluminosilicate clays.  The goal of this project is identify structure influences on the sorption of cationic organic compounds to environmental solids.  The associate will contribute to an interdisciplinary team of experimental and computational chemists under the supervision of Prof Allison MacKay (environmental engineering) and José Gascón (chemistry).  The position is for a one-year appointment with an option for extension by an additional s

Environmental Chemistry

A Post-doctoral research associate position is available at Clemson University to work and lead a recently funded project that will investigate the consequences of different fuel reduction techniques, as watershed management practices against wildfire, on the exports of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from forested watersheds and associated biogeochemical processes and impacts on drinking water treatability and supplies.


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