An excellent development and training opportunity will soon be available for experienced researchers to work with the IERC and gain experience in translating research into practice. The priority areas of the IERC are (a) Smart Cities and Sustainable Communities, (b) Low carbon Heating and Cooling, (c) Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis of Energy and (d) Embedded and Distributed Generation Systems
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions COFUND
A total of 50 Fellowships will be awarded in 2 Calls over 5 years.
Call 1 will open on 30th January 2017 with a deadline for applications of 31st March 2017. Awarded Fellowships will run for 3 years from 30th September 2017 to 31st August 2020.
Call 2 will open on 01 March 2018 with a deadline for applications of 30th April 2018. Awarded Fellowships will run for 3 years from 30 October 2018 to 30 September 2021
Interested candidates should send their CV details by 17:00 GMT, February 24th 2017. For further information please contact Martin O’Connell (EU Programme Officer) at email@example.com
An expression of interest form can be found here
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