[Sbse] Postdoctoral Scholar Positions at UC Berkeley/SinBerBEST

Stefano Schiavon schiavon at berkeley.edu
Thu Jan 10 16:30:08 PST 2019


Dear Colleague,

SinBerBEST <http://sinberbest.berkeley.edu/> is a large joint research
project (2012-2022) between UC Berkeley, National University of Singapore
and Nanyang Technological University which is aimed at improving energy
efficiency, sustainability and indoor environmental quality in buildings in
tropical climates.

We have an open postdoctoral position (aka research fellow) located in
Singapore under my and Kwok Wai Tham’s (NUS) supervision.


Below you can find the advertisement describing the positions (to apply
click here <https://goo.gl/forms/Cz6DedCN7EC1etVJ3>). I would appreciate
very much if you could bring these opportunities to the attention of
qualified candidates you may know. Also, it would be great if you would
forward the announcement to appropriate research colleagues in your network.

With kind regards,


Stefano

Stefano Schiavon <http://www.linkedin.com/in/stefanoschiavon/>, PhD

Associate Professor

Center for the Built Environment <http://www.cbe.berkeley.com/> (CBE) Research
updates <http://cbe.berkeley.edu/centerline/>

UC Berkeley

Google Scholar <http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2GJDqawAAAAJ> |
LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/in/stefanoschiavon/>



Postdoctoral Scholar Positions on Energy and Indoor Environmental Quality
in Buildings


We have an open postdoctoral position (aka research fellow) located in
Singapore under Stefano Schiavon (UC Berkeley) and Kwok Wai Tham’s (NUS)
 supervision. The Postdoctoral Scholars positions are for a candidate that
obtained (or are in the process of obtaining) their doctoral degree within
the last five years.


The candidates will work within SinBerBEST project (
http://sinberbest.berkeley.edu/). SinBerBEST is a large joint research
project between UC Berkeley, National University of Singapore, and Nanyang
Technological University. This effort aims to improve energy efficiency,
sustainability and indoor environmental quality in buildings in tropical
climates. The successful candidates will join a team of researchers funded
for 10 years (2012-2022) by Singapore’s National Research Foundation. We
are recruiting candidates for Theme A: Human-Building Nexus - Enhancing
Health and Productivity in the Built Environment. Our mission is “to create
knowledge, innovate, and develop solutions to enhance health, well-being,
and productivity through smart buildings for tropical climates”. We are
particularly interested in recruiting candidates for working on issues
related to thermal comfort, indoor air quality, human performance, and HVAC
systems. Experience with human subject test experiments and data analysis
are particularly important.


Strong candidates will have demonstrated expertise in one or more of these
themes with will seek to pursue advanced study that is aligned with the
SinBerBEST Theme A. The candidate will work in Singapore at BEARS, a UC
Berkeley center for research, graduate education, and innovation in
Singapore.


All appointments are for an initial period of one year with the possibility
of renewal.  Applicants should apply here
<https://goo.gl/forms/Cz6DedCN7EC1etVJ3> (you need a Gmail account). There,
they should upload a cover letter describing their research experience and
interests,  a curriculum vitae, the names and contact information
(including e-mail addresses) for three references.


Applications are being reviewed as received with an interest in early
appointment. Intended start date should be 1 March 2019 (preferred) or
earlier and no later than 1 August 2019.


Posted:  January 2019
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