PhD and Masters
projects are available in the fields of life cycle assessment (LCA), sustainable technology development, low carbon economy,
industrial ecology, complex systems and sustainability of systems including built environment, smart grids, bioenergy,
Prospective applicants should have at least an academic degree in engineering,
natural sciences, forestry, operations research & management science, business & economics, operations management
& information systems, industrial and systems engineering, chemistry, biotechnology, environmental science, or similar
from a recognized higher education institution. For exceptional applicants research assistantships are available.
Please refer to the University of Maine's graduate admissions pages, for further details.
For information about specific projects please contact the Laboratory directly.