Celanese is looking for PhD candidates interested in internships for the summer of 2019. The internship involves working at Celanese's Engineered Materials Division, and experience working with polymers is required. The student would be working at Celanese's Florence, Kentucky location (close to Cincinnati).
Interested students should send a resume to Emily Blackburn, Ph.D. (emily.blackburn at celanese.com)
- Nuclear Technology Detection - Technology to locate, characterize, and track nuclear materials
- Nuclear Technology Effects - Models and planning tools to predict primary, secondary, and tertiary consequences of nuclear explosions to inform strategic deterrence operations
- Nuclear Technology Forensics - Detect, characterize, and attribute nuclear explosions
- Nuclear Technology Survivability - Analysis of technology and infrastructure protection to ensure mission critical systems can operate in a nuclear environment.
Information on the positions available at: nsri.nebraska.edu/postdoctoral-scholar-program/disciplines