Environmental Engineering, Wastewater Treatment, Anaerobic digestion

Environmental Engineering Research Lab at the Department of Smart-City Engineering of Inha University announces one Ph.D. position opening. Graduates interested in pursuing a Ph.D. and conducting research in advanced anaerobic digestion, bioenergy recovery, LCA, and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions are invited to apply. The selected applicant will execute his/her research under Prof. Dong-Hoon Kim, Assoc. Professor, Smart-city Engineering.

Hydrology/renewable energy

We have one more graduate student opening (PhD, fall 2022 nor spring 2023) for studying sustainable engineering solutions to lower the environmental and economic cost of solar energy development by providing novel analysis methodologies and field data on solar energy – agriculture colocation approaches from multiple sites. The graduate student will be fully funded by research and/or teaching assistantships. The student will be advised by Sujith Ravi (Temple University, PA). More info:

Anaerobic membrane bioreactor

The Sustainable Environmental Membrane Technology (SEMT) lab in the Department of Environmental Engineering, Program of Environmental and Polymer Engineering at INHA University is seeking two highly motivated Ph.D students or combined M.S/Ph.D. students who can start from Fall semester 2022. The Ph.D students will be involved in research project supported by Korea Research Foundation focusing on developing anaerobic membrane bioreactor for domestic sewage treatment and resource recovery.

Environmental engineering, biotechnology, bioinformatics, system modeling

Graduate student scholarship in environmental engineering, biotechnology, bioinformatics, system modeling at Kyung Hee University in Korea

The Environmental Engineering Laboratory at Kyung Hee University is looking for highly motivated prospective PhD students (or combined MS-PhD course), who hold a MS or BS in engineering fields (civil/environmental/biological/chemical), microbiology, or bioinformatics associated with the research projects described below.

Immediate Opening for PhD Student at Washington State University

The Gardner lab in the department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Washington State University is seeking a highly motivated Ph.D student wiht a start date of Summer or Fall 2022. Students will work on a NSF-funded research project focused on the spread of biological micropollutants (e.g., antibiotic resistance genes, siRNAs) bound to micro- and nanoscale plastics.

Environmental Microbiology and Engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University is seeking a Ph.D. student to work under the guidance of Dr. Alison Cupples beginning Fall 2022. The project will focus on the use of stable isotope probing to examine the biodegradation of chlorinated solvents.

The ideal candidate will possess a M.S. in Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or related field. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience with molecular methods.

Environmental Engineering

Dr. Zhiwu (Drew) Wang’s research group in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, also known as Virginia Tech, invites applications for three Graduate Research Associate positions to pursue research in three bioprocessing research directions described below. The Environmental Engineering program at Virginia Tech ranks the 6th in the U.S.


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