A postdoctoral research position is available for expertise in LCA for emerging technologies, with focus area of water treatment. We seek a researcher who can collaborate on LCA efforts and apply new method for evaluation of the projected impacts of the full scale technology development. This position requires a strong LCA background as well as familiarity with waste water treatment systems. Experience with AI approaches for bridging data gaps is a plus.
The position will be funded by Tel Aviv University under a grant agreement from the ministry of science in collaboration with German teams. The successful candidate will work closely with diverse research groups led by Professor Hadas Mamane (Engineering) and Dr. Vered Blass (Industrial Ecology) from Tel Aviv University. Responsibilities of the applicant include developing the LCA model and a new global assessment method of the potential use of such technology for water treatment. Contributing to project reports and publishing in peer-reviewed journals will also be expected.
Funding is available for 24 months. The position requires spending time in Israel \ Germany, however, there is flexibility in living location. A monthly stipend (tax-free) will be paid according to the Tel Aviv University post-doc stipend levels. Interested candidates should send a (1) cover letter; (2) statement of research interests that includes recent accomplishments and how this position will help achieve career objectives; (3) current curriculum vitae; and (4) the names of two references (please include email addresses and phone numbers). Review of applications is ongoing and will continue until position is filled. Expected start date is March 2022. Questions about the position or application materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org