unis_logo_The position as professor / associate professor at the Department of Arctic Technology includes the principal responsibility for the development of environmental technology at UNIS. This includes technological competence aimed at teaching and research on the spread, distribution, source elucidation, and remediation of pollutants both on and offshore.

The department has established research activity within the two topics: pollution related to petroleum activity in the Arctic and organic pollutants (including emerging contaminants) in the Arctic. Applicants that can continue the activity within one of these two topics will be
preferred. UNIS provides access to a new laboratory for organic environmental chemistry including modern trace analytical equipment (GC/MS, GC/ECD and HPLC-DAD instruments).

The position includes the responsibility two courses: "Pollution in the Arctic" and "Fate and modeling of pollutants in the Arctic." The candidate will also be partly responsible for other courses at the department.

It is expected that the scientist chosen for the position will conduct research within the general activity at UNIS and participate in the supervision of Masters and PhD students in co-operation with the other universities. The candidate is also expected to participate actively in
the recruiting of students to UNIS.

Inquiries about this position may be directed to:
Aleksey Marchenko, Associate Professor
Phone: + 47-79-02-33-65

Roland Kallenborn, Professor
Phone: + 47-79-02-33-51

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