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Faculty Positions in Environmental Engineering at Tech. U. of Crete

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Originally From: Professor Nicolas Kalogerakis <>

There THREE faculty positions available at the department of ENVIRONMENTAL Engineering at the Technical University of Crete (POLYTECHNEIO KRHTHS) in Chania. The positions are:

1. Assisant Professor in "KLIMATIKES ALLAGES (Phenomeno Thermokipiou & Opi ozontos) & ATMOSPHERIKH RYPANSH" (Climate changes & atmospheric pollution).

2. Assistant or Associate Professor in "EPEKSERGASIA KAI DIATHSH TOKSIKON KAI EPIKINDYNVN APOBLHTON" (Treatment and disposal of toxic and hazardous waste).

3. Associate Professor in "YDROGEOXHMIKH MHXANIKH KAI APOKATASTASH EDAFOYS" (Hydrogeochemical Engineering & Soil remediation).

The DEADLINE to submit all necessary documents is JUNE 19, 2000. For more information contact the Departmental Secretary, Mrs. Gina Poniridou at 30821-37483.

It is also anticipated to have another faculty position opening very soon (by mid July) in Wastewater treatment at the level of Assistant Professor.

Professor Nicolas Kalogerakis Laboratory of Biochemical Engineering & Environmental Biotechnology Department of Environmental Engineering Technical University of Crete Polytechneioupolis, Chania 73100 Greece Tel. (+30821) 37473, Fax (+30821) 37474

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