Mexican Ministry of Energy Fellowships with UCL Energy Institute
17 November 2014
The UCL Energy Institute, in partnership with the Mexican Ministry of Energy (SENER), are pleased to announce a call for Energy Post-Doctoral Fellowships.
UCL-Energy will be looking to host 3 post-doctoral fellowships that will work alongside UCL-Energy staff on a number of research energy-related topics.
Research topics could be related to energy policy, energy systems, energy in buildings, energy and people, energy and transport, energy and climate change.
The Fellowships, coordinated via the Mexican Research Council (CONACYT), will provide support for post-doctoral posts for up to 3 years. The programme will support Mexican research to work with UCL Energy Institute during the fellowship period and will include salary and a research budget for equipment, travels, etc.
For details on eligibility requirements and application process, which are set out by CONACYT, further information can be found using the link below.
After reading through the call and application documents, prospective candidates can also contact Nelson Mojarro Gonzalez (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ian Hamilton (email@example.com) for further details.
The fellowships should focus on a number of research topics related to energy and will align SENER sponsored post-doctoral researchers with experts at UCL Energy Institute. Below are a number of topic areas and UCL researchers that can be contacted to discuss research topics. Researchers and profiles are available on the UCL Energy Institute website.
Energy systems modelling
Contact: Gabrial Anandarajah, Senior Lecturer in Energy Systems Modelling
Contact: Baltazar Solano, Researcher in Energy Systems Modelling
Renewable energy and fuels
Contact: Will McDowall, Researcher in Bioenergy & Hydrogen
Contact: Paolo Agnolucci, Lecturer in Resource and Environmental Economics
Energy regulation and transitions
Contact: Xavier Lemaire, Researcher
Decarbonisation of the energy sector and climate change
Contact: Michael Grubb, Professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy
Energy supply and smart grids
Contact: Mark Barrett, Senior Lecturer in Smart Grids and Energy Networks
Energy performance in buildings
Contact: Ian Hamilton, Lecturer in Energy and Built Environment
Buildings and indoor environment
Contact: Hector Altamirano-Medina, Lecturer in Environmental Design and Engineering
Social, livelihood and governance aspects of renewable energy
Contact: Julia Tomei, Researcher in energy and development
Social practices of energy demand
Contact: Gesche Huebner, Researcher
Environment and urban built form
Contact: Anna Mavrogianni, Lecturer in Environmental Design and Engineering
Contact: Rokia Raslan, Lecturer in Environmental Design and Engineering