Scholarship: Fully funded
Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: Open
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Dr Roger Wang invites applications for a postdoctoral research assistant position in the Water Engineering and Informatics research area funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF). The research project aims to revolutionise water quality monitoring by developing an innovative optical fibre sensor capable of tracking multiple water quality parameters throughout the year. As a research assistant, the student will be at the forefront of advancing water quality monitoring technology by developing a water quality model to understand greenhouse gas cycling in lakes and optimising measurement strategies using both stationary and mobile underwater platforms. The student will also work with a multidisciplinary team to develop a miniature fibre-optic multi-parameter sensor, support its calibration and refinement using novel machine learning-based methods, and participate in sensor deployment and data collection. More information about the research group can be found at https://whirlab.onrender.com. This position is available immediately.
- Water quality modeling and sensor deployment optimization
- (1) BS or MS degree in civil and environmental, chemical, mechanical engineering, or other closely related disciplines.
- (2) Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- (3) Highly self-motivated.
- (4) Hydraulic, hydrodynamic, hydrologic, and water quality modeling.
- (5) Programming languages, such as Python, Matlab, C++, or FORTRAN.
- (6) Data and stochastic process background.
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Roger Wang ([email protected]) via email with the following information:
- (1) Detailedcurriculum vitae with a full list of published and submitted papers.
- (2) GRE test score (if available).
- (3) TOEFL or IELTS test score if the candidate’s native language is not English (can be waived under certain conditions).