Career-FIT: Career Development Fellowships in IERC

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. For more information see https://www.ierc.ie/career-fit-career-development-fellowships-ierc/ or email Martin O’Connell (EU Programme Officer) at martin.oconnell@ierc.ie

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