BioChemical Engineering Post Graduate Offer
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
After the Global Warming Challenges workshop in NACES 2007 last weekend, we (my wife and I) met up with an old colleague whom is currently attached with Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). We were friends since our A-levels and first year university foundation in Malaysia. He pursued his degree in Leeds University while me and my wife studied in Bradford University. Later he continued his Master in University College London (UCL) and Ph.D in Imperial College (IC), London.
We had a really good chat and catching up. The last time we met was in the year 2000 in Johor Bahru. That time, I have not yet married. That night, after 7 years, he met up with my three highly energetic kids.
He is actually looking for post graduate student to work with him in the field of Biochemical Engineering. If anyone of you are interested in continuing your studies especially in the field mentioned above, please feel free to contact him. The informations are as shown below:
Application is open to all students who are finishing their under-graduate courses from local or overseas universities especially in the field of:
•Other related engineering background
OR to those who have vast experience in any of the above fields,able to work independently, very good in English writing and have an interest to further their knowledge in the field of Biochemical Engineering, particularly in;
•fundamental theory of diffusion inbacterial cells.
You are welcome to submit your complete CV to:
Dr. Mohamad Hekarl Uzir
School of Chemical Engineering
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Tel: 04-5996464 (Direct Line)Fax: 04-5941013
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