It is not uncommon for projects to be funded out of sync with the normal graduate student recruitment and application processes. In fact, we have several projects that have recently been funded, and several that may be funded in the next several months. We anticipate being able to bring students in for new projects on a fast-track process for Fall 2020 or for Spring 2021.
One such opportunity follows:
Graduate Student Research Assistant in the Urban Climate Research Center at Arizona State University. Our team is looking for a highly-qualified (MS or PhD level) graduate student to assist in a new research initiative to investigate innovations in urban cooling. The student will join a highly interdisciplinary team, and can enter the university through one of several departments: (Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning; Sustainable Engineering; or Mechanical Engineering). The student will initially be responsible for developing measurement protocols for monitoring thermal environments (surface temperatures, air temperatures, mean radiant temperatures) at and around bus shelters. The project involves an experiment in which some bus shelters will be used as controls and others will receive roof surface treatments involving passive radiative cooling films. Measurement technologies will include a mobile mean radiant temperature instrument, data logging temperature sensors, and an innovative network of RFID-based sensors. The ideal candidate will have experience in instrumentation, experimental design, and data analysis. The position requires field work in the Phoenix metropolitan region starting August 2020. Given the short timeframe, we will work directly with the selected student to facilitate fast-tracking of their off-cycle graduate application.
For more information contact:
David Sailor — email@example.com
Ariane Middel — firstname.lastname@example.org