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Positions in Environmental Engineering at T. U. of Crete

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: "Prof. Nicolas Kalogerakis" <nicolas.kalogerakis@enveng.tuc.gr>

The Department of Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Crete (POLYTEXNEIO KRHTHS) has two academic openings.

1) One position at the Level of Lecturer or Assistant Professor in the area of "Applied Hydraulics" (EFARMOSMENH YDRAYLIKH) and

2) One position at the Level of Lecturer or Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of "Environmental Engineering" (PERIVALLONTIKH MHXANIKH)

The deadline for submission of applications is JULY 18, 2007.

For more information you may contact the Department at +30-28210-37781 or send email to the Head of the Department, Prof. N. Kalogerakis (email: nicolas.kalogerakis@enveng.tuc.gr).

Prof. Nicolas Kalogerakis, Head
Department of Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Crete (TU-Crete)
Polytechneioupolis, Chania 73100, Greece
Tel.: +30-28210-37794, Fax: +30-28210-37852
http://www.enveng.tuc.gr/
http://www.beeb.enveng.tuc.gr/


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