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COAST Research Fellow
- Location: University of Plymouth
- Deadline: 7 November 2021
- Salary: £35,326 - £40,297 per annum (Full time, fixed term)
The University of Plymouth are seeking a research fellow with the COAST Laboratory, working within the COAST Engineering Research Group, which is a leading group of academics, postdocs and PhD students carrying out exciting work on European and UK projects in coastal engineering and offshore renewable energy, and publishing in the best journals in the field. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow within the COAST Engineering Research Group you will undertake research in marine and offshore renewable energy and carry out physical model experiments in the COAST Laboratory. You will contribute to ongoing research and innovation projects, will assist with preparation of proposals for new projects and support the activities of the COAST Laboratory and COAST Research Group.
The role is 0.5 FTE contributing to the COAST Engineering Research group and 0.5 FTE to the Marine I project.
Lecturer in Computational Hydraulics
- Location: Queen’s University Belfast
- Deadline: 11 November 2021
- Salary: £37,467 - £51,799 per annum
The School of Natural and Built Environment (NBE) at Queen’s University Belfast, is currently seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the post Lecturer in Computational Hydraulics. The successful candidate will undertake research and will contribute to the delivery of innovative and relevant learning techniques in line with the School’s research strategy and the targets of the Civil Engineering Discipline.
The successful candidate will deliver world class teaching to students across all areas of Civil Engineering hydraulics, with the specialism of the use of computational fluid dynamics. This may also include topics on generic coding and other basic civil engineering principles. You will also play a key role in contributing to the continuous improvement of curriculum content, student employability and widening the overall student experience through interdisciplinary projects.
ORE Integration Research Fellow
- Location: University of Plymouth
- Deadline: 21 November 2021
- Salary: £35,326 to £40,927 per annum
The University of Plymouth are seeking a research fellow to work within a multi-partner research project to investigate the integration of offshore renewable energy using hydrogen and comparative analysis of the socioeconomic and environmental aspects. You will be working within the COAST Engineering Research Group, which is a leading group of academics, postdocs and PhD students carrying out exciting work on European and UK projects in coastal engineering and offshore renewable energy, and publishing in the best journals in the field.
Research Fellow – Offshore Renewable Energy and the Environment
- Location: ERI, University of the Highlands and Islands
- Appointment: Open-ended
- Deadline: 22 November 2021
- Salary: £30,066 – £32,641 (Post-doctoral Researcher) or £35,467 – £38,420 (Research Fellow)
This is an exciting opportunity to join a multidisciplinary research group working with Ørsted, the world’s largest offshore-windfarm developer to find better ways to protect our oceans. The successful candidate will lead the design of novel environmental monitoring technologies, platforms and analysis techniques to inform ecological understanding and future management priorities, as offshore wind fulfils increasing global demand for clean energy. We are seeking a researcher with a strong technical or analytical background with an interest in marine ecosystems and offshore renewable energy. This multi-disciplinary position would suit candidates from an engineering, ecology or oceanography background with interest in measurement techniques for understanding mobile marine species and oceanographic variation in marine habitats.