Edinburgh University seeks marine energy research associate

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The Innovation and Policy Group of the Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh is looking to appoint a research associate who will participate in a number of marine energy projects.

The main responsibilities for the job include working on a variety of European Commission and Wave Energy Scotland funded marine energy projects.

The scope of work includes undertaking technology analysis within the different work packages of OPERA, Hi-Drive, Waveboost, TIPA, MARINET2 and Clearwater projects, according to the University.

The analyses could consist of resource assessment, logistics analysis, road mapping work, techno-economic analysis (LCOE) and concept engineering.

Additionally, this role will carry out general day to day tasks including consultation work on national and international projects, and report writing.

The closing date for the applications has been set for October 31, 2016.

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