InSTREAMS is a multidisciplinary research program aiming to integrate knowledge to anticipate challenges in sustainable value chains. This is achieved by linking value chain analysis to basic research and technology development. The vision is to actively contribute to the move towards clean production ecosystems of the future by identifying and solving key problems with the help of high-quality research.
The InSTREAMS research programme includes two broad research themes:
Within these two research themes, we are now inviting tenure track applications for five focus areas.
Applications are open until 30 September 2019 (23:59 Finnish local time), to apply for the positions please follow the application instructions at the bottom of the page.
High volume applications of inorganic side streams
Tenure Track 1: Development of technologies to utilize residues as novel binders for construction and stabilization.
High value materials from inorganic side streams
Tenure Track 2: Developing value added advanced materials and demonstrating novel technologies
Advanced characterization of inorganic materials
Tenure Track 3: Characterization of physical and chemical properties of inorganic materials and processes
Industrial value chain development to enable higher inorganic side stream utilization
Tenure Track 4: Commercialization and productization of efficient technologies requiring reshaping and re-engineering of the existing value chains
Responsible business strategy to renew organizations and ecosystems
Tenure Track 5: Advancing scientific knowledge on responsible business such as inter-organizational collaboration, international and strategic entrepreneurial and managerial activities
|Title||5 Tenure Tracks: InStreams - Value from inorganic side streams|
|Employer||University of Oulu|
|Job location||Pentti Kaiteran katu 1, 90570 Oulu|
|Published||September 5, 2019|
|Application deadline||September 30, 2019|
|Job types||Professor,   Assistant / Associate Professor,   Tenure Track  |
|Fields||Environmental Economics,   Materials Engineering,   Energy Technology,   Materials Chemistry,   Industrial Engineering,   Inorganic Chemistry,   Materials Physics,   Electrical Engineering  |