We are looking for an individual with research experience broadly in the area of energy and environmental systems engineering. Individuals applying for this position should have an interest and some experience in integrated resource planning modelling focused on energy demand and supply. The aim is to develop environmental footprints (e.g., greenhouse gas emissions) of energy demand and supply sectors for a particular jurisdiction. The individual should also have some experience working with relevant energy forecasting and planning models (e.g., LEAP, MARKAL).
The candidate is expected to carry out research on assigned project(s). The candidate will also have an opportunity to develop and initiate new research activities in relevant areas and supervise junior researchers. The candidate will also have an opportunity to teach relevant courses in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta based on their background.
The successful candidate will join an active group of researchers in the areas of energy and environmental systems engineering supported by industry and government. The position is initially for two years and has the possibility of extension. The remuneration is commensurate with qualifications. The position is available immediately and the applications will be reviewed as received. Due to the high volume of applicants, only those of interest will be contacted by our office.
Desired Qualifications: The candidates should have a PhD in a relevant engineering discipline with an emphasis on energy systems.
Please include the CODE: PDF-EFP in your application. Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and the names of three references by e-mail to:
Dr. Amit Kumar
NSERC/Cenovus/Alberta Innovates Associate Industrial Research Chair in Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering,
Cenovus Energy Endowed Chair in Environmental Engineering,
Deputy Director – Future Energy Systems
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Alberta
Canada T6G 1H9
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