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Researcher recruitment underway for the Supergen Energy Networks Hub Team

Recruitment is underway for 3 researchers to join the new Supergen Energy Networks Hub team at Newcastle University

Newcastle University is recruiting for exceptional researchers to join the EPSRC Supergen Energy Networks Hub.

The Hub, Led by Director, Professor Phil Taylor and Deputy Director, Dr Sara Walker, will provide leadership, research, and networking for the energy networks community.  It will complement CESI’s research into whole energy systems, aiming to develop a deeper understanding of the interconnected and interdependent energy network infrastructure.

About the EPSRC Supergen Energy Networks Hub

Despite their vital importance to the UK's energy sector, industry and society, there is no current whole systems approach to studying the interconnected and interdependent nature of energy network infrastructure and the challenges it faces. The Hub will establish a vibrant, well-connected, diverse, open and communicative energy networks community with a deeper understanding of whole systems approaches to energy networks. The Hub will integrate a wide range of stakeholders while complementing national and international investments in energy networks, allowing all stakeholders to fully exploit opportunities in the sector.

Researcher Opportunities
How to apply

You can find further information on the post, including information on how to apply, on Newcastle University Job Vacancy pages. Any questions or queries, don't hesitate to contact us on supergenEN@newcastle.ac.uk . 

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Dr Sara Walker, Deputy Director of the Supergen Energy Networks Hub

published on: 18 September 2018