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Post Doctoral position
IRC Membranes and Water Security, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia
Do you thrive in collaborative environments where your ideas can shape the future of water treatment, desalination, hydrology, and membrane technology? Look no further! We’re seeking talented postdocs to join our dynamic team at the forefront of water science and technology. Please send your CV to aljundi@kfupm.edu.sa


Meet Dr. Jillani at NAMS 2024 for details.
Link: None
Industrial post doc
Arkema inc
Postdoctoral researcher opportunity at Arkema for formulating and characterizing polymeric membranes for electrolyzer (Starting fall24)
Link: None
Various R&D, Engineering, and Business Opportunities and Internships
Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI)
We are always interested in speaking with candidates who are passionate about science & innovation. We’re a highly interactive team of PhD’s, scientists, engineers, and technicians that works towards developing new solutions to address energy and environmental challenges.

If you are looking for a new position or internship, please feel free to send me an email or catch up with me in person while at NAMS.
Link: https://www.precision-combustion.com/
Research Scientist
Air Liquide
Gas separation membrane, hands-on hollow fiber membrane experience preferred. Will consider both material (preferred) and process background.
Link: https://airliquidehr.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/AirLiquideExternalCareer/job/Research-Scientist_R10040803?locationCountry=bc33aa3152ec42d4995f4791a106ed09&locationRegionStateProvince=18b4cf9ddb4e4542a39614cb55b4dde7&locations=09d17d537b501000cdf27ccd8b340000
Research Scientist
Membrane Technology and Research
MTR has an opening for BS or MS level scientist, not for PhD. Please check our website for details.

https://www.mtrinc.com/careers/
Link: None
Postdoctoral Fellow Opening at UT Austin
The University of Texas at Austin
The Freeman and Brennecke research groups at UT Austin are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow with gas separation membrane experience. The successful candidate would form part of a multidisciplinary research team on a new project collaborating with BASF corporation to scale up exciting new long-lifetime Ag+ facilitated transport membranes for olefin-paraffin separation developed in our laboratories (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.memsci.2022.120300). The position is 100% in-person, and work would be conducted in the Freeman research laboratory in Austin, TX. Funding for the position begins as early as May 2024. A PhD in chemical or civil/environmental engineering or a related field and experience with gas separation membrane testing are highly desirable. Laboratory experience with asymmetric membrane fabrication, thin film composite membranes, and continuous roll-to-roll thin film coating techniques would be preferred. Experience assembling and testing membrane modules (hollow fiber or flat sheet) would be beneficial. If interested, please send inquiries and your C.V. to freeman@che.utexas.edu or speak to Matt Davenport, Joan Brennecke, or Benny Freeman at the NAMS meeting.
Post-doc
Idaho National Laboratory
membrane distillation in fermentation broths for EtOH
Link: None
Senior Principal Engineer - Product
Air Products
We are seeking a Sr. Development Engineer with membrane experience for the Product Development team to create new membrane products and to interface with manufacturing and commercial development.
Position Responsibilities Include:
Maintaining workplace and laboratory safety in complete alignment with our Total Safety Philosophy
Development of new hollow fiber, and/or membrane products involving multi-disciplinary teams (development, engineering, quality, and manufacturing)
Lead and drive pioneering research to develop cutting-edge new hollow fiber membrane products and elevate existing products involving multi-disciplinary teams (development, engineering, quality, and manufacturing)
Work with external partners to scale-up new materials for commercial utilization
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify solutions for membranes challenges across various applications
Stay current with evolving technologies and emerging development in the field along with scientific literature
Utilize safety tools as DHR, HAZOP, JSA and etc.
We are seeking results-oriented candidates with the following qualifications:
Ph.D in Chemical Engineering with a minimum 2-5 Years related industrial experience
Adept in laboratory techniques and equipment
Knowledge of fluid dynamics and mass transfer principles
Experience in membrane research is required
Communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work with and influence people with positivity from all cultures and at all organizational levels
Ability to thrive in an environment of change
The successful candidate will enjoy:
Being part of an engineering, manufacturing, and business organization developing membrane-based gas separation solutions
Being part of a global organization developing gas separation membranes from concept to commercialization
Tapping into the wealth of technical experience available within Membrane Solutions the opportunity to explore technical interests..
Link: https://airproducts.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/AP0001/job/St-Louis-Missouri/Senior-Principal-Engineer---Product-Development_JR-2024-08782?source=LinkedIn
Ph.D. Position
University of Dayton
Position: Ph.D.

Position Rank: Graduate Assistantship

Start Date: Summer/Fall 2024

Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics

Application Deadline: Open until filled (ASAP)
Link: None
Senior Membrane technologist
Aqualung Carbon Capture
The role will be development and deployment oriented, with additional field and office work. The responsibilities revolve around membrane product development and upscaling, as well as continuous improvement to existing portfolio and integrating products into processes. The tasks will include experimental lab work, product manufacturing, quality control with field testing, and management of research collaborations, and will be responsive and improvisational in nature. As a senior membrane expert at Aqualung, you will be joining an experienced and dynamic team of engineers and scientists with expertise across membrane science, industrial plant engineering, and product development. The current focus is on delivering modular, pilot-scale carbon capture units as a steppingstone towards full-scale industrial decarbonization. The patented membrane system is at the heart of the process.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3888867711/
Research Manager
Aqualung Carbon Capture
As a Research Manager at Aqualung, you will be joining an experienced and dynamic team of scientists and engineers working in upscaling and commercialising our wide range of membrane products that are customized for each client. Aqualung is commercialising scalable and modular carbon capture solutions with the patented membrane technology at the heart of the process. For our pilot projects, Aqualung has developed various inhouse coating technologies to produce industrial scale membrane modules which are delivered at various specifications to different customers. We share our production facilities with NTNU in Trondheim which houses advanced membrane production and testing infrastructure. The R&D manager will be mainly steering activities in our research facilities focussing on solving challenges in our commercialisation pathways and improvisation of our products. Some fabrication and testing of membrane modules can also be expected. The manager must adhere to and improve HSE regulations and implement 5S quality standards in daily activities in his/her team. The manager will also lead developmental projects with our various industrial collaborators focusing on meeting target KPIs and quality of delivery.
Some travelling possibilities, both domestic and international is to be expected
Link: None
Postdoc & PhD researcher
KU Leuven
The YANG group at KU Leuven are seeking for passionate and highly motivated student/researcher in the areas of Environmental and/or Chemical Engineering.
Prof. Xing Yang joined KU Leuven in 2020 as an associate professor. She leads a group of 15 people including postdocs, PhDs and master students in the research division “Process Engineering for Sustainable Systems” within the department of Chemical Engineering. Her expertise is in the development of functional membranes and hybrid separation systems for metal/mineral resource recovery, bioseparation and water purification, by combining the power of experimental and multi-scale numerical modelling.
You are strongly encouraged to apply for any open positions or contact Prof. Xing Yang directly.
Link: https://cit.kuleuven.be/process/research/smart_responsive_separation_with_hybrid_processes
PhD position on Modelling Micropollutant Removal using Charge-Mosaic Nanofiltration Membranes
University of Twente
Within Membrane Surface Science (MSuS) and Soft Matter, Fluidics and Interfaces (SFI), both part of the Department of Membrane Science & Technology (MST) of the University of Twente, the Netherlands (www.membrane.nl), we have a vacancy for a PhD student.

There is growing awareness and concern about the presence of so-called micro-pollutants (MPs) in our surface water and drinking water. MPs, very small organic molecules (100-1000 Dalton), stem from industrial, medicinal, and agricultural waste. They have the potential to cause long-term harm to humans and the environment, something especially true for MPs classified as Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals. Even at very low concentrations these MPs can have a significant negative effect on health and environment.

As part of the European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant (CoG) project “MOSAIC”, this PhD project will work on a challenging novel membrane approach to effectively remove MPs from surface and drinking water. Charge-mosaic membranes comprise a nanoscale pattern of positively and negatively charged patches. These membranes have unique separation properties, rejecting the organic micropollutants while allowing salts to pass. In this project a model will be developed to describe and predict the separation behavior of Mosaic based Nanofiltration membranes. A focus will be on connecting the size and relative occurrence of the positive and negative domains, to the retention behavior for salt solutions and MPs. Initially this will be done on the basis of the more simple Solution-Diffusion model and extended to more complex models based on ion and fluid transport phenomena and physical chemistry (Poisson-Nernst-Planck and Navier-Stokes).
Link: https://utwentecareers.nl/en/vacancies/1788/phd-position-on-modelling-micropollutant-removal-using-charge-mosaic-nanofiltration-membranes/
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