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Looking for a research assistant in subsurface thermal energy storage modelling

Prof. Gioia Falcone from the University of Glasgow is looking for a highly motivated researcher for a post-doctoral research positions in the INTEGRATE project (Integrating seasonal Thermal storage with multiple energy sources to decarbonise Thermal Energy) which is a collaboration between the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Hull. The successful candidates will work alongside a multi-disciplinary team to combine efforts and provide solutions towards the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. The project is supported by nine industrial partners, which cover every aspect of the proposed work, and two leading, international research institutions which are at the forefront of renewable heating research. The successful candidate will work with Prof. Gioia Falcone and Dr. Rob Westaway and their research team at the University of Glasgow.

The main essential qualifications and experiences are:

  • Theoretical or practical knowledge of the potential of conventional and unconventional geothermal energy resources or of underground thermal energy storage systems
  • A comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of the field of subsurface thermal energy storage
  • Experience of analytic or numerical modelling of geo-energy systems

More information about duties, responsibilities and required qualifications is available at

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