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There are multiple postdoctoral openings in the Process Systems and Control 
Lab at the University of California, Berkeley. The positions are in the 
broad area of dynamic modeling and control of nonlinear, uncertain systems. 
The specific systems under study include 1) continuous ABE fermentation 
processes for biofuel production (in collaboration with the Energy 
Biosciences Institute), and 2) active regulation of cell-signaling pathways 
in living cells (in collaboration with the Department of Bioengineering).

The candidates are expected to hold a doctoral degree in Chemical 
Engineering (or related disciplines). Strong background in dynamic 
modeling, advanced control, and uncertainty analysis is required. Prior 
experience with biomass conversion processes and biological systems will be 
preferred.



Interested candidates should submit a cover letter (clearly indicating the 
project of interest), CV, and the contact details of three references to 
Dr. Ali Mesbah at [log in to unmask] The positions are available starting 
immediately and will be open until filled. An initial appointment will be 
made for one year, and will be renewable contingent on performance and 
availability of funding.



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Ali Mesbah

 

Assistant Professor 

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

University of California, Berkeley 

http://cheme.berkeley.edu/faculty/mesbah/

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