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Future IoT Edge Technology Architect/ Lecturer/ Researcher, University Jobs, Academic positions, Higher Ed jobs, PhD jobs, Faculty Jobs, Academic Research, Research position
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Future IoT Edge Technology Architect/ Lecturer/ Researcher

Applications are currently open for Future IoT Edge Technology Architect/ Lecturer/ Researcher at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. The future IoT edge technology will be characterized by the emergence of increasingly communication between suppliers and their customers or consumers. Creation new ways of responsible and sustainable brandloyality. Meeting new levels of consumer […]

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Tenure Track (Assistant) Professor 'Diagnosis and Understanding of Rare Kidney Diseases', Academic opportunities, lecturer jobs, Academic Jobs, University jobs, Academic positions, Higher Ed Jobs, University Lecturer jobs, PhD jobs, Faculty Jobs,
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Tenure Track Professor ‘Diagnosis and Understanding of Rare Kidney Diseases’

The department of Physiology at Radboud Medical University seeks applicants who can strengthen the position in the field of epithelial ion transport with a focus on rare kidney diseases and the development of advanced experimental models. In this assistant professor position, the department aims to further enhance its current cell and tissue culture systems. They are […]

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PhD position: Interaction between Wind and Farms at University of Twente, Academic opportunities, lecturer jobs, Academic Jobs, University jobs, Academic positions, Higher Ed Jobs, University Lecturer jobs, PhD jobs, Faculty Jobs, Academic Research,
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PhD position: Interaction between Wind and Farms at University of Twente

The Faculty of Science & Technology seeks applications from young scholars for its PhD position ‘Interaction between Wind and Farms’. Advancements in wind turbine technology have resulted in the growing use of wind energy to reduce carbon emissions. Modern wind turbines and wind farms are becoming so large that their performance is affected by atmospheric turbulence […]

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