VACANCY: Research Associate to study environmental costs of airport expansion scenarios
22 February 2017
The UCL Energy Institute has a vacancy for a Research Associate to work on the quantification of environmental costs of airport capacity expansion scenarios.
Focusing on the quantification of future environmental costs of aviation based on noise and air quality impacts, the postholder will join a broader team of mathematicians, economists, transportation researchers and Doctoral candidates active in researching the future of aviation and energy demand in transportation.
The post has funding for six months, and further funding may be available.
The vacancy closes on the 17th of March. Please click here for full details.