Postdoctoral Fellowship Position within Green Hydrogen Engineering at Stellenbosch University

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Position within Green Hydrogen Engineering at Stellenbosch University

Hey there! Are you a recent PhD graduate, looking for a position within Green Hydrogen Engineering? If yes, then we’ve got some good news for you … 
 
The Green Hydrogen Engineering Research Platform at Stellenbosch University is now receiving applications for Postdoctoral Research Fellows within the departments of Process Engineering, Mechanical & Mechatronic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and/or Electrical & Electronic Engineering. 
 
This Fellowship would allow you to contribute cutting edge research into a vital industry, helping decarbonize the energy sector and liaise with industry experts, to keep abreast with the demands and requirements of the field. You’ll be presenting your findings at local and international conferences, publish research in high-impact journals, and help shape the Green Hydrogen Engineering Platform’s agenda. 
 
If this sounds like the research role of your dreams, don’t be shy – apply today! 
 
Applications close November 25. 
 
https://bit.ly/3WPiBAw  



Posted by Megan Maxwell (SuSanA secretariat)
Posted by a member of the SuSanA secretariat held by the GIZ Sector Program Water Policy – Innovations for Resilience
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