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This exciting academic position is now available within the Faculty of Science and Engineering. It is embedded in the Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen (ESRIG). The successful candidate will join the Energy and Environmental Sciences Group (IVEM) within ESRIG, where she/he is expected to develop his/her own interdisciplinary research programme. Keyword for this area of research is "Energy Transition", an area of profound societal importance, with numerous scientific challenges. Teaching a motivated group of students of the master programme Energy and Environmental Sciences is an equally important part of the position. This includes the supervision of master students during their thesis research. The candidate is expected to raise funding for PhD student projects, and supervise these PhD students > read more.
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