IEA-ETSAP Energy Systems Analysis Jobs

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  • JRC Petten is recruiting an Energy Systems Analyst to work on climate neutral energy scenarios and bring key messages to shape EU policies. Deadline: 06/10/2020. For more details see here.

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  • The Department of Chemical Engineering is seeking a motivated, erudite and well-spoken engineer or scientist to make a mark on the future of climate change. The post holder will work at the forefront of energy systems modelling, building and applying the analytical tools that underpin the key technology, policy and regulatory decisions that will make or break global efforts to mitigate climate change. They will work with leading thinkers on this crucial topic, within a project that has partners from across the EU and worldwide. For more details see here.
  • Open position at LTU, Sweden, for a PhD student in energy system analysis, modelling the energy transition to a sustainable and climate neutral society. Working with municipalities, governments and researchers around the world. Experience within energy system optimization modelling is a major benefit. Curiosity about the future and a passion for data is essential. For more details see here.
  • University College Cork is seeking an experienced energy systems modeller for a project closely tied to energy policy and modelling in Ireland. For more details see here.
  • Open position for a Senior Energy Modelling expert at IVL, Sweden. For more details see here.
  • Postdoc Position in GERAD on Modeling of combined heat and power generation in Canada. For more details see here.
  • Open position for a Senior Energy Analyst - Renewable Energy Technologies at IEA. For more details see here.
  • Open position at the MaREI Center, UCC, Ireland for a senior postdoc in energy system modeling. Experience with the TIMES model is a major benefit; Need passion for energy policy analysis. For more details see here.
  • Open position at Chalmers, Sweden: PhD or postdoc - Modelling in support of transitions of municipal energy systems. Details are available here or contact professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..