About the Project
The PhD student will gain experience in several complementary disciplines, including biotechnology, microbiology, chemical engineering, novel processing technologies such as cold plasma and ultrasound and nanotechnology. The successful applicant will be hosted at the Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI) and School of Food Science & Environmental Health, TU Dublin. The project will allow attendance at an international conference for result dissemination and networking. Interested candidates are welcome to contact Dr. Amit Jaiswal ([Email Address Removed]) for further information.
• BSc in Chemical Engineering, Food Engineering, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology or similar (min. 2.1)
• Working knowledge of nanocellulose production
• Chemical characterisation of nanomaterials
• Working experience of fermentation process
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