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Water/wastewater treatment

The department of chemical engineering at McMaster University is seeking applications for a post-doctoral research associate to join a dynamic team of individuals working on developing innovative detection and treatment technologies in the field of industrial wastewater treatment. This position is part of an exciting collaboration with an industry partner whose close geographical proximity offers an excellent opportunity for conducting on-site field work at their facility. 

drinking water treatment, biofiltration, disinfection, microbiome, opportunistic pathogens

The University of Michigan is searching for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environmental Engineering to join a team of faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and drinking water practitioners to research the ozone-biofiltration drinking water treatment plant in Ann Arbor, MI with a focus on optimizing filter operation while reducing selection for opportunistic pathogens. The research will be supervised by Lutgarde Raskin and Terese Olson (University of Michigan) and Brian Steglitz and Larry Sanford (City of Ann Arbor).

Water Quality, Treatment and Nanotechnology

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Texas at San Antonio is seeking a postdoctoral scholar in the area of water chemistry, water treatment, and environmental nanotechnology. The researcher will conduct research on interdisciplinary topics such as innovative water treatment processes including the use of nanotechnology, low impact development and water quality monitoring, and physiochemical interactions of contaminants to the built environment.

Environmental Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry at Willamette University, a primarily undergraduate institution dedicated to excellence in teaching and research, welcomes applications for a two-year Postdoctoral Research Scholar position in Environmental Chemistry to begin September 2017. A Ph.D.

Water Treatment Membranes

The Environmental System Engineering Group in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC) at Vancouver is seeking an outstanding individual for the position of a postdoctoral fellow. The fellow will undertake research employing interdisciplinary approaches to develop efficient, robust membrane distillation processes for resource harvesting from contaminated water sources.

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