This doctoral position deals with membrane reactors in order to produce different materials from waste.
The Department of Resource Recovery and Building Technology is seeking a doctoral student in Resource Recovery with a focus on biotechnology.
The duties include doctoral education within the research project described above. In addition to doctoral studies, as agreed upon, departmental duties, including teaching, research, and administration, can amount to up to 20% of full time.
For employment within the project, a Master's degree is required in e.g. resource recovery, chemical engineering, or equivalent, with a specialisation in Biotechnology. You should be able to communicate well in both written and spoken English. We are looking for someone with lab experience and knowledge when it comes to working with membrane bioreactors and anaerobic digestion processes.
We are looking for someone with good collaboration and initiative-taking qualities, an ability to work independently and in a structured way, as well as the ability to prioritise among work tasks.