Three postdoctoral-fellow positions are available in the Sediment Research Laboratory in the Department of Hydraulic Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. The successful candidates will carry out research on watershed sediment dynamics and eco-geomorphology, mountain river sediment disasters, or mechanics of sediment transport. The ideal candidates are expected to be highly motivated and hard-working, and will have a pending or recently awarded Ph.D. in Hydraulics, Fluid mechanics, Geomorphology, Geo-information or related fields. Application materials consist of a resume, a statement of research, and three recommendation letters. Please send materials to Prof. Xudong Fu at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed as received and the position will remain open until filled. For more information about the positions, contact Prof. Xudong Fu at 86-10-62797071 or email@example.com.
Tsinghua University was established in 1911, originally under the name “Tsinghua Xuetang”.Since China opened up to the world in 1978, Tsinghua University has developed at a breathtaking pace into a comprehensive research university. At present, the university has 14 schools and 56 departments with faculties in science, engineering, humanities, law, medicine, history, philosophy, economics, managem...ent, education and art. The University has now over 25,900 students, including 13,100 undergraduates and 12,800 graduate students. As one of China’s most renowned universities, Tsinghua has become an important institution for fostering talent and scientific research.The educational philosophy of Tsinghua is to "train students with integrity." Among over 120,000 students who have graduated from Tsinghua since its founding are many outstanding scholars, eminent entrepreneurs and great statesmen remembered and respected by their fellow Chinese citizens.
In this episode, I am going to talk to one of our listeners, Carl Humphrey, about challenges that he is facing around career planning and will give you some advice on how you can use your time wisely as an engineering professional. There were some very interesting strategies that we discussed in this episode that I believe […]