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The key job responsibilities of the successful candidate include:
- Research: Delivering high quality, internationally leading research on arsenic removal from groundwater, as part of a broader research project on utilizing natural groundwater iron for the removal of arsenic. The project overarches the fields of environmental engineering, geochemistry and biotechnology, requires of the candidate and open attitude towards these different research disciplines. (Co-)supervising PhD and MSc students and bringing them to a successful completion and disseminating research outcomes effectively via internationally leading journals and conferences.
- Education: Contributing to the teaching of the MSc course “Water Treatment Research” in our MSc track Environmental Engineering.
- Organization: Contributing to organizational / administrative activities and committees within the Department of Water Management and the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences