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Wed, 5 Sep 2007 19:31:11 -0400
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Applications are invited for up to two (2) postdoctoral positions in the 
new Industrial Information and Control Centre (I2C2) at the University of
Aucklandís City campus. The I2C2 is a new government and industry funded
initiative. The vacancies are in the general area of process modeling,
management and control. In particular, the I2C2 is actively building links
with New Zealand industry in the field, based upon a wish to create a
centre for research and advanced training in the area.

The candidates will be important components in this plan, and will be
expected to work jointly with colleagues in the I2C2 to build links based
upon specific projects that will involve mathematical modeling and control
of certain industrial processes. In this context, experience in dairy
processing, pulp and paper, metals processing or oil and gas processing
would be an advantage.

The candidates should hold PhDs in Chemical or Process Engineering, or a
related field(s), specializing in process modeling, management and

Contact Dr. Brent R. Young for further information. (Address: Chemical and
Materials Engineering, The University of Auckland 20 Symonds Street,
Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142, New Zealand; Telephone: 09-373-7599 Extn
85606; Email: [log in to unmask]).

To apply for one of these postdoctoral positions, applicants should visit
the Job Opportunities page at the University of Aucklandís web site, and follow the links. A current curriculum
vitae in Microsoft Word or RTF format suitable for uploading, which
includes the names and contact details of at least two suitable referees
and at least one contactable current or previous employer is required. The
closing date for applications is 28th September 2007.