June 30, 2011

Fully Funded PhD Fellowship at the Department of Environmental Engineering, DTU, Denmark

PhD Fellowship in Environmental Process Modelling / Wastewater Biotechnology / Xenobiotic Organic Micro-Pollutants from Point and Network Water Sources at Denmark Technical University, Denmark

Study Subject(s): Environmental Process Modelling / Wastewater Biotechnology / Xenobiotic Organic Micro-Pollutants from Point and Network Water Sources
Course Level: PhD
Scholarship Provider: Denmark Technical University
Scholarship can be taken at: Denmark

Eligibility:
-The successful candidate has training and interest in one or more of the following area: environmental biotechnology and process modelling.
-The candidate will have a high motivation for research and solid written and oral communication skills.
-The applicants will enjoy working in and contributing to an international and cross-disciplinary research team.
-English is the operational language of the department.
-At the date of appointment, candidates must have obtained a M. Sc. in Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Science, Chemistry or related discipline, evidence of research experience, and significant exposure to one or more of the following fields: mathematical modelling; bioengineering; chemical engineering; wastewater treatment; organic chemistry.

Scholarship Open for International Students: No

Scholarship Description:
This PhD fellowship is available at the Department of Environmental Engineering , and its main objective is set to Modelling the Fate and Optimizing the Removal of Selected Xenobiotic Organic Micro-Pollutants from Point and Network Water Sources. The selection and development of, for instance, antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the environment is one of the greatest concerns with regard to the use of antimicrobials – a potential threat to public health.

The outcome of this project contributes:
(i) to improve the assessment of the expected environmental impact,
(ii) assist the regional decision making process to optimize pollution control;
(iii) develop robust control strategies, including advanced chemical processes combined with biological systems.

The high number of pharmaceuticals and the wide variety of biodegradation and speciation processes characteristic to these compounds require the development of a modelling framework – an aim that this fellowship advocates.

How to Apply: Online
Scholarship Application Deadline: 30 June 2011

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