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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Energy and Environmental Engineering

  • Ort

    Västerås

  • Yrkesroll

    Civilingenjör, energi

  • Anställning

    Heltid, 6 månader eller längre

  • Lön

    Fast månads- vecko- eller timlön

  • Publicerad

    12 mars

  • Sök jobbet senast

    15 april

Om jobbet

At Mälardalen University people meet who want to develop themselves and the future. Our 15 000 students read courses and study programmes in Business, Health, Engineering and Education. We conduct research within all areas of education and have internationally outstanding research in future energy and embedded systems. Our close cooperation with the private and public sectors enables us at MDH to help people feel better and the earth to last longer. Mälardalen University is located on both sides of Lake Mälaren with campuses in Eskilstuna and Västerås.

At the School of Business, Society and Engineering our students are studying to be for example Bachelors or Masters of Engineering, political scientists and business administrators. Here we have the research specialisations of Industrial Engineering and Management, and Future Energy. Our work takes place in cooperation with and in strategic agreements with companies, organisations and public authorities in the region.

Employment information

Employment: Temporary employment
Scope: Full time,100%
Closing date for application: 2019-04-15
Campus location: Västeras
School: School of Business, Society and Engineering, (EST)

Position description

The School of Business, Society and Engineering is looking for a postdoctoral researcher in energy and environmental engineering. The position involves working within the research specialization Future Energy Center (FEC). The work is part of the research activities conducted in experimental measurements in fluid mechanics and heat transfer under the DYNOP and DigiBoil projects at FEC.

The DYNOP project focuses on the development of an integrated control system which will combine the measurement of the quality of the biomass brought into the conversion process, and multivariable control using a process model. An efficient diagnostics system will also reduce maintenance cost and time. If the models can be adapted in a controlled way and combine different Artificial Intelligence functions and process optimization adjustment for different conditions, this will result in significant benefits, such as the reduction of waste of chemicals, energy, and raw material due to poor control. This can also lead to the achievement of better treatment results, which will limit pollutant emissions to the environment. In the DYNOP project the work will focus on the development of a system for reduction of NOx emissions using ammonia injection in a power boiler. The work will combine numerical modelling and experimental tests on site.

The objective of the DigiBoil project is to develop computational models that will enable the prediction of boiling heat transfer in complex energy systems and improve the understanding of the underlying physical phenomena. This in turn will reduce the energy consumption and the overall negative impact on the environment. The developed models will be used to build a simulation system where complex and large applications can be addressed. Within the DigiBoil project, the work will focus on the experimental investigation of boiling heat transfer in a purpose-built experimental facility, and the analysis of experimental results.

A large part of the work will be done at - or in close contact with - several partner organizations. The successful candidate is therefore expected to have a good engineering background with profound skills in experimental measurements and modelling tools and be able to interact effectively with partner research institutes, industry, colleagues and other stakeholders. The postdoctoral researcher is expected to take initiatives, develop own ideas and work independently, as well as take responsibility for the work. As the project interacts closely with other researchers and industrial partners, the applicant needs to have high collaborative skills.

The position may also include teaching in courses related to energy and/ or environmental engineering.

The position is a temporary employment of 2 years.

Qualifications 
The applicant is required to have a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Engineering, or Aerospace Engineering.

To qualify for the appointment as a postdoctoral research fellow, you should have received a PhD and shown research and pedagogical skills within the subject area. Further reference is made to the Higher Education Ordinance section 4 and Appointments Procedure for teachers at Mälardalen University.

The position requires sound verbal and written communication skills in English.

Decisive importance is attached to personal suitability. We value the qualities that an even distribution of age and gender, as well as ethnic and cultural diversity, can contribute to the organization.

Read more at:


https://mdh.se/hogskolan/jobb/lediga-jobb

Application

Application is made online. Make your application by clicking the "Apply" button below.

The scientific publications that you do not have in digital form are to be sent by post to:

Mälardalen University
Division of Human Resources
Ref.no: 2019/0848
Box 883
721 23 Västerås

The applicant is responsible for ensuring that the application is complete in accordance with the advertisement and will reach the University no later than closing date for application.

We look forward to receiving your application.

We decline all contact with recruiters and salespersons of advertisements. We have made our strategic choices for this recruitment.

Kontaktpersoner

Rebei Bel Fdhila, Prof. and Digi-Boil project leader

+46 (0)70 668 5004

rebei.bel.fdhila@mdh.se


Ioanna Aslanidou, DYNOP project leader

+46 (0)73 662 0951

ioanna.aslanidou@mdh.se


Konstantinos Kyprianidis, Prof. and Research Track Leader

+46 (0) 73 270 8897

konstantinos.kyprianidis@mdh.se


Susanne Meijer, Facklig representant (OFR)

021-10 14 89