Researchers are required to work on a 3-years project under the title “A novel bioenergy system for marginal environments”. The candidates must at least hold MSc degree in Chemical Engineering or a relevant field, with a record of peer-reviewed journals publications, hands-on experience in biomass thermal conversion reactors, and experience in relevant analysis instruments. Knowledge of CFD modeling will be advantageous.
Opportunity is available for 2 MSc graduate students to work on a research project on biomass solar-thermal conversion. Fund is available to pay for 15 credit hours tuition remission (over 2 semesters) plus 40,000 AED Stipend. The students must be enrolled in the AUS graduate program.