Postdoctoral Scholar - Computational methods for Dynamic LCA framework
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Title: Postdoctoral Scholar - Computational methods for Dynamic LCA framework
Position DescriptionPostdoctoral Scholar - Computational methods for Dynamic LCA framework The Department of Architecture at the University of Washington in Seattle is seeking a post-doctoral research scholar to conduct advanced research on the environmental impact of novel carbon storing materials and innovative building systems. The position is part of an ARPA-e funded, collaborative research project involving the Carbon Leadership Forum , the Integrated Design Lab and the Center for International Trade in Forest Products . The project will develop an open-source framework to conduct parametric LCA studies of innovative materials and building components. The position is based in Seattle WA, has a duration of 2 years with a possible extension to 4 years. The post-doctoral scholar will be working under the supervision of Prof. Tomás Méndez Echenagucia .
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InstructionsThe review process is competitive and based on academic record. Applicants should submit cover letter, full CV, three references, and any other materials detailing academic and coding experience as well as research interests. Candidates interested in this position are encouraged to contact Prof. Méndez Echenagucia at tmendezeuw.edu with any questions.
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