The Tyndall Centre and the School of International Development (DEV) at UEA seek to recruit a talented, ambitious and dynamic lecturer in the area of climate change and low-carbon development.
Vacancy: Research Associate at Tyndall Manchester - Biomass gasification, tar and feedstock variability
Applications are invited for the above position, which is tenable for 18 months from 1st July 2016 and will be based at the Tyndall Centre for climate change research at the University of Manchester. The Tyndall Centre conducts interdisciplinary research in the field of energy, decarbonisation and climate change mitigation.
UEA seeks a Programmer/Developer with an Undergraduate or Postgraduate qualification in Computer Sciences to develop a new ICT platform that will, for the first time, support a continuous assessment of the state of scientific consensus energy, nature, climate, and other environmental sciences topics.
Tyndall Manchester is expanding its academic team to build energy research knowledge exchange opportunities, and to support teaching within areas of carbon accounting, energy policy and energy efficiency.