Area: Remediation Technologies based on Nano Materials and Chemistry
Duration: 1 to 1.5 years
Start date: As soon as possible
The Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing in the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow in Remediation Technologies based on Nano Materials and Chemistry.
- As a MITACS post-doc for the current new remediation technology development project, the post-doc will lead in activities that contribute to the R&D project, which will be mainly in-situ and ex-situ remediation technologies
- Developing novel materials for enhancing remediation of soil and water
- Coordinate R&D project technical tasks in collaboration with external R&D partners and the sponsoring company
- Liaise with project stakeholders on an ongoing basis and report activities
- Supervise / conduct lab scale and/or field scale testing to evaluate technical aspects as well as engineering economics of developed remediation technologies
- Write technical reports and papers
- Supervise and train highly qualified personnel (HQP)
- Graduate of a Ph.D. program within five years
- Major in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Geology/Hydrogeology, Geochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or Environmental Science
- Strong interpersonal, writing, verbal communication and sound judgment skills
- Good understanding of characterization tools and mechanical devices
Please contact Dr. Simon Park through an email with CV and references (as well as sample papers).
To learn more about postdoctoral scholar opportunities at the University of Calgary and all we have to offer, view our Postdoc Careers website. For more information about the Schulich School of Engineering visit Careers in the Schulich School of Engineering.
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