PhD Position on Sustainable Energy Pathway At University of Toledo

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August 24, 2012

PhD Student Position – Sustainable Energy Pathway (SEP)
Location: LEES Lab, University of Toledo

The University of Toledo Sustainable Energy Pathways (SEP) team has immediate openings for a SEP PhD fellows at the LEES Lab ( http://research.eeescience.utoledo.edu/lees/). The person will work on a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded multidisciplinary project on development, sustainability analysis, and outreach of earth-abundant thin-film solar cells including those made from FeS2, CuxS, CuO, Zn3P2, and Cu2ZnSnS4. The fellow will be housed in at the LEES Lab but will be part of a larger team effort involving the disciplines of engineering, physics, materials science, chemistry, economics, environmental sciences, socioeconomic science, and education.

The project involves Sustainability assessment of the new technology and products. The student will spend 20% of their time in the other thrusts of SEP project.

Fellows will be funded for 4 years with a PhD stipend, tuition waiver, health benefits, and travel support to attend professional conferences.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, GRE/TOEFL scores (if applicable), CV, the names of three references, copies of their transcripts, and one publication in a single PDF file to to Dr. Jiquan Chen at Jiquan.Chen@utoledo.edu.

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