Energy & Environment-Nanomaterial Fate & Toxicity Research

Postdoctoral Research Associate:  Clemson University is seeking applications for a postdoctoral research associate position in Chemical Engineering and Environmental Toxicology as part of the Nanomaterial Fate and Toxicity strategic research initiative.  The Postdoc will work as part of a strong interdisciplinary team of engineers, chemists and toxicologists; connecting nanomaterial synthesis and characterization with studies to determine the environmental and human health hazards associated with emerging nanotechnologies.

Energy & Environment-Engineered Osmosis

Postdoctoral Research Associate: Clemson University is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position in Engineered Osmosis as part of its Water-Society Nexus strategic research initiative. The Associate will work as part of a strong interdisciplinary team connecting basic and applied sciences, engineering, economics, and policy to develop innovating technologies that address grand challenges to human and ecosystem health, water, energy, and climate change.

Nanoparticle Fate and Transport

A post-doctoral research associate position is available in the area of nanoparticle fate and transport in porous media.  The successful applicant will be engaged in interdisciplinary research exploring nanoparticle interactions with subsurface materials in multiphase systems.  He/she will be intensively involved in laboratory experiments and some mathematical modeling.

Environmental Engineering

A Postdoctoral Research Associate position (non-tenure eligible) is available in a collaborative project of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) and the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering (CHEE). The selected candidate will conduct research on the development of a sonochemical (acoustic) technology for degradation of fluorochemicals in aqueous fire-fighting foams.

Engineered nanoparticles in soil

A Postdoctoral Scientist position is available as soon as November 1, 2013 at The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station to investigate nano-scale interactions between engineered nanoparticles and black carbon particles. Candidate will be expected to work independently, as well as closely with collaborators on the Federally-funded project. Candidates must have a Ph. D.


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