Post-doctoral Researcher UV disinfection with light emitting diodes A post doc interested in environmental microbiology and disinfection processes is desired to lead a project investigating the development of a next generation UV disinfection system focused on use of light emitting diodes. The ideal candidate would have a background in environmental engineering and/or environmental microbiology with experience utilizing molecular techniques for evaluating disinfection efficacy. Candidate must have expertise in traditional microbiology techniques at a minimum.
POSTDOCTORAL SCIENTIST POSITION A postdoctoral position is available immediately for a research project on adsorption of ionic and ionizable contaminants of emerging concern by carbonaceous adsorbents including charcoal, fuel soot, activated carbon and carbon nanotubes funded through an NSF grant. The project will employ spectroscopic and physical-chemical techniques to probe sorptive interactions. A recently-obtained Ph.D. in a relevant field is required.
Research Fellows (A): For Biological Processes Research Activities at AEBC The applicants will have experience in Environmental/Biochemical Engineering, or Environmental Microbiology/Biotechnology, or possibly Analytical Chemistry, with a focus on biological wastewater treatment, and will integrate into AEBC’s R&D thrusts on biological processes.
The Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences invites applications for a research associate position in environmental radiochemistry. Candidates must hold a PhD in radiochemistry, environmental chemistry, geochemistry, environmental engineering and science or a closely related discipline. The successful candidate is expected to perform laboratory experiments to support a Department of Energy funded research project.
A post-doc position is available at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) to work on a joint research project between UIUC and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) on water reclamation. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with strong background in working with microbial biofilms. The candidate should have excellent experience in growing biofilms and characterizing biofilms using different analytical and microbiological tools.
The Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Research Group at the University of Notre Dame (www.nd.edu/~envchem) is seeking candidates for a Postdoctoral Fellow position. The research focus of this position is to investigate the conversion of carbon dioxide to fuel chemicals under solar irradiation. The fellow is expected to design and construct an experimental apparatus and perform evaluation on novel metal-oxide-carbon nanocomposite catalysts.
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER POSITION: A postdoc position is available immediately for research projects related to the volatile compounds produced by bacterial pathogens. Specifically, the project will require the collection and processing of large datasets (volatile metabolomes) in our quest to both apply our work to diagnostic goals and also answer fundamental questions about cellular signaling through the volatile phase.
A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder to study the health effects of particulate matter, including engineered nanoparticles. Applicants should have background in one or two of the following areas: Environmental, Biomedical or Biochemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Cell Biology or any other closely related field. The ideal candidate will have cell culture experience and the use of analytical instrumentation (electrophoresis, microscopy, cytometry).
A postdoctoral research position is available to conduct research on molecular microbiology, surface phenomena interaction, andor advanced oxidation of oil sands process-affected water. The successful candidate must be able to operate and maintain analytical instruments and toxicological tools to study the effectiveness of advanced treatment processes for the remediation of oil sands process-affected water. This position is part of a five year NSERC-Industrial Research Chair Program in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water Treatment. Applicants should hold a Ph.D.
The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Systems (CSIS) at University of Colorado Denver is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar position. The research focus of this position is to investigate corrosion and fouling mechanisms and prevention strategies. Candidates are expected to have backgrounds in corrosion chemistry, microbiology, and reactor development. Experience with Multichannel Electrode Array or LabView/MatLab programming are desired. The position is available immediately and compensations are highly competitive.