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Apply by April 23, 2017 at 11:59PM PDT!
Call for Applications:
Dartmouth College, Post-Doctorate or Visiting Researcher,
focusing on sustainable design.
Build your career to build a better world.
Recent PhDs, star Masters, and professionals wishing to build your expertise and delve into research in sustainable design engineering are invited to apply to for a post-doctorate (or visiting researcher position, for those without PhDs) in Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering.
Two funded positions are available, paying a moderate stipend. The research projects will be:
– Improving sustainable product design methods by researching what designers and engineers value in them, and how they can act as innovation tools. Including integrating life-cycle assessment into product design process. (Strong design / needfinding skills, or LCA skills, wanted)– Inventing new materials and/or technologies for sustainable 3D printing of compostable biomaterials that enable low-energy printing processes. Special emphasis on achieving low cost and high mechanical strength while maintaining compostability. (Hands-on experience 3D printing alternative materials wanted; ideally also material science or chemistry background.)
To apply, submit a résumé and letter of interest to Jeremy.Faludi@dartmouth.edu, the professor who will hire and advise the researcher. Describe your particular interest and/or expertise in your letter. Non-traditional students encouraged.
Deadline for applications is April 5.
Start date is September (negotiable).
Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering offers unique advantages for research: Its systems-oriented department and resources for entrepreneurs encourage not just technical expertise, but industry leadership. There are no discipline divisions, making exposure to different skills and ideas inevitable. Its small size (~300 students) provides you greater access to faculty and individualized attention. Its ivy-league resources, faculty, and networks help maximize the realization of your potential.
Please respond directly to: silvio.caputo@PORT.AC.UK Dear all, I am part of a consortium that is planning to submit a research proposal on urban agriculture. under SUGI - Urban Europe call (http://jpi-urbaneurope.eu/calls/sugi/). The call asks for consortia to include extra-European partners (only USA, Quatar, Argentina, Brazil-state of Sao Paolo, Chinese Taipei, Japan and Turkey). We had an American partner who just withdrew and we are urgently looking for a replacement. The (first stage) proposal must be submitted on March 15th. Can anyone help? Best regards Silvio
Great article about brazilian developments in the field of #3D Prosthetics hands in Brazil. Like other Bric countries, high technology prosthesis are not affordable by a large number of population and are not designed to their “reality”. Therefore, there is a great need of low cost prosthetics and a huge market demanding this sort of solutions.
Read the article at “Women in 3D Printing” – Specialist Maria Elizete Kunkel”
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The colleague and engineer Eduardo Blatt is developing the following research:
“I am developing an academic research to develop metrics to measure the sustainability at garment and textile sector.
I invite you, your team and friends reading my Posts at Linked In “Developing Sustainability Index for Garment and Textile Industries.”
Textile Eng. Prof. Eduardo Blatt at www.practicaltex.com
If you have interest or can support him in any way contact him at LinkedIn