29 phd in power electronics positions in New Zealand

  • University of Otago | about 7 hours ago

    expertise in Business and Society. Skills and Experience • A PhD in a relevant field. • Evidence of teaching success at the tertiary level. • Ability to publish high quality research in high ranked academic

  • University of Otago | about 14 hours ago

    position lies with applicants with a second research and teaching expertise in Business and Society. Skills and Experience • A PhD in a relevant field. • Evidence of teaching success at the tertiary level

  • Plant & Food Research | 17 days ago

    applies capabilities in sensor technology, engineering design, mechanical construction, electronics and software to design new tools and technologies for use in horticulture, both in the field and

  • University of Otago | about 6 hours ago

    demonstrate: • PhD or equivalent • Postgraduate qualification in Special Needs Dentistry • Ability to qualify for registration as a specialist with the Dental Council • A proven track record of internationally

  • University of Otago | 3 days ago

    clinical disciplines within the Faculty. Applicants will demonstrate: • PhD or equivalent • Postgraduate qualification in Special Needs Dentistry • Ability to qualify for registration as a specialist with

  • Unitech Institute of Technology | 25 days ago

    learn the theory. We like to create things with our hands.  Join Unitec and you'll help students learn the industry-specific skills they need for their career in engineering and electronics. You'll know

  • Auckland University of Technology | about 2 months ago

    Research Officer - SKA Firmware Developer School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences Full time: 1.0 FTE The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is one of the largest scientific projects ever

  • Massey University | 3 months ago

    PhD students in the School of Management, Auckland campus at Albany. Location: Albany Term: Permanent Grade: Grade D Salary: $36,611 - $54,084 pa Applications close: 11:45 p.m. on 2 April 2017 Position

  • NIWA | 2 months ago

    to a broad range of projects within NIWA's research and consultancy activities. Your work will inform decision-making and policy development relating to land-water management. Ideally you will have a PhD

  • University of Otago | 2 months ago

    to investigate the molecular mechanisms through which parasitic worms alter the behaviour of their insect hosts. Applications are invited from postdoctoral candidates who: • hold a PhD in genetics

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