Post-doc position, microbial modeling

Bruce E. Rittmann b-rittmann at nwu.edu
Thu Apr 20 15:47:23 EST 1995


Post-Doctoral Associate
Modeling Microbial Systems

The Environmental Engineering program at Northwestern University seeks a
post-doctoral associate having expertise in the numerical modeling of
microbiological systems.  A multi-disciplinary team, headed by Drs. David
Stahl and Bruce Rittmann, is investigating inter-species electron transfer
in anaerobic consortia. The post-doctoral associate will have primary
responsibility for developing and applying a mathematical model of
multi-species anaerobic communities.  The associate also will participate
actively in the experimental program and ensure the interface between the
experiments and the modeling.  The successful candidate must have a Ph.D.
degree in environmental engineering, biochemical engineering, microbial
ecology, or other relevant field.  He or she should have extensive
experience with numerical modeling and a practical appreciation of
microbial systems.   The starting date can be from June 1, 1995 through
October 1, 1995, and the duration of the position is two years.  
Candidates should send a full curriculum vita, a statement of
qualifications, and the names and addresses of at least three references
to:  Dr. Bruce E. Rittmann, Northwestern University, Dept. of Civil
Engineering, 2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208-3109. Inquiries can be
forwarded by e-mail:  b-rittmann at nwu.edu.



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