The Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation is looking for a PhD researcher and a postdoctoral researcher. The application deadline for two recruitment positions connected to the Research Council of Norway project: Freight logistics in sustainable cities (CITYFREIGHT) is extended to Friday June 5th.
PhD position at Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation
PostDoc position at Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation
“Freight Logistics in Sustainable Cities” (CITYFREIGHT), which is led by NHH Norwegian School of Economics and where CET is a partner. The goal of the project is to provide public authorities with a toolbox for realistically evaluating major decisions that would make freight transportation in a city more energy efficient and sustainable. Most Norwegian cities are small and topologically complicated. Freight deliveries in city centres will, unless regulated, increase because of urban population growth and increased internet trade. In particular, there will be a large increase in the number of deliveries. Consequences may be enhanced energy consumption, increased space usage, noise, pollution and climate gas emissions.
New Energy: Conversations with Early-Career Energy Researchers is a new multi-university interdisciplinary online series featuring graduate, post-doctoral, and other early-career researchers sharing their research, discoveries and perspectives on energy-related topics. From policy to analysis to emerging research, this bi-weekly series will give anyone interested in energy the opportunity to learn from the rising stars in the field.
On Wednesday, June 3 at 12 p.m. EDT, the series will kick off with Gabriel Chan, Assistant Professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. Chan’s talk, “Cooperative Electric Cooperative Research,” will cover several recent and ongoing research efforts to engage municipal and cooperative utilities as research participants, stakeholders for research outcomes, and direct collaborators in research projects. Learn more about this talk, how to nominate future speakers and the series and register here.
MISTRAL, an EU-funded Innovative Training Network (https://mistral-itn.eu/) has organised a free online symposium to discuss recent research on social acceptance perspectives energy transition, with an emphasis on wind energy. Held over two half-days, a range of world-leading experts and Early Stage Researchers will explore community attitudes to energy projects and the wider governance and institutional arrangements that frame them.
Please join us by registering here: (https://tinyurl.com/MISTRALsym)
Registration will close at 8pm on Monday 11th May