An exciting opportunity to join an interdisciplinary project exploring the design and delivery of low and net-zero carbon buildings. Prof Libby Schweber is looking for a post-doctoral research associate to join her team for 24 months, looking at the way in which organizational and disciplinary boundaries impact on the design and delivery of low and net zero carbon buildings.  The research applies qualitative socio-technical approaches, with a special focus on the role of artifacts. The post is based at the School of the Built Environment, University of Reading in collaboration with Strathclyde University and funded by the ESRC. The ideal researcher would have some combination of social science, organizational studies, built environment and engineering/energy expertise.  The closing date for applications is 10 June, interviews will be held on the 20 June and the start date for the role is mid October 2022. Libby Schweber Professor in the Sociology of Sustainable Building School of the Built Environment University of Reading

On the job market

Some industrial ecology candidates that are on the job market...

  • Carla Rodrigues
    University of Coimbra, ADAI, Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Wanjun wang
    Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Baba I. Musah
    Wuhan University of Technology|PhD Candidate|MSc|BSc| Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Sophia Igdalov
    Department of Environmental Studies, the Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Tel Aviv University
  • Wensong Zhu
    University of Southern Denmark
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