Calling for applications, PhD: Applied Sciences – Public Health Engineering
Water Defluoridation Technologies Optimization and Intensification
A Public Health Intervention in High Fluoride Areas of Malawi
The Faculty of Applied Sciences hereby invites interested qualified applicants for enrolment into PhD – Applied Sciences (Public Health Engineering) focusing on Optimisation and intensification of water defluoridation technologies as a public health intervention in high fluoride areas of Malawi.
A Masters / an MPhil. Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Public Health Engineering, Environmental Health or Public Health from a recognized University.
Polytechnic, University of Malawi with periodic visits to University of Nairobi
Broad Research Area:
Water defluoridation technologies optimization & intensification.
Prof. Bernard Thole (UNIMA) & Prof. David Kariuki (University of Nairobi)
Full-time research candidate
Duration of the research degree:
3 years with possible extension of 1 year.
Supervisors, laboratories & office space, measurement & testing equipment, design & fabrication workshops and partial funding for research.
Tuition US$10,000 Research: US$10,000 (Guideline value) for the whole programme.
Send a complete curriculum vitae and a research concept (5-pages max.) related to Water defluoridation technologies optimization & intensification by email to the following address;
The Registrar – firstname.lastname@example.org cc: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org Polytechnic, Private Bag 303, Blantyre 3, Malawi. Att: Principal Researcher: Water Defluoridation for Public Health [WD4PH] (Dr. B Thole).
Deadline for receipt of applications is