SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Institute for Energy Systems Research Themes
Larch Lecture Theatre, Nucleus Building, King’s Buildings, University of Edinburgh
Ms Louise Farquharson
Alder Lecture Theatre, Nucleus Building, King’s Buildings, University of Edinburgh
The UK and many other countries are embracing hydrogen as a pivotal technology in the ambitious journey towards net-zero.
Water electrolysers are promising for hydrogen-powered grids, producing green hydrogen from renewable energy sources, and working in a pair with fuel cells or gas turbines.
The School’s Professor Markus Mueller is working on a project with Newcastle University to demonstrate the advantages of using electric power technologies in wave energy converters.
The Project: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, together with the University of Edinburgh, are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivating applicants for an exciting PhD research posit
The Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh invites applications for a PhD studentship in “Designing Multi-Energy Markets with Open-Source Energy System Models”.
Research Motivation: The acceleration of ocean interventions (including Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE), aquaculture, data centres, hydrogen, carbon storage, ocean habitations etc.