DURHAM ENERGY INSTITUTE - FELLOWS & PhD FELLOWS
Durham Energy Institute (DEI) has an ongoing open call to appoint non-stipendiary Fellows from current staff and students. As one of the University’s cross-cutting research institutes, the DEI takes an interdisciplinary approach to the broad questions surrounding the supply and demand of energy in a developing World. Accordingly, applicants from all disciplines across the Science, Social Science and Arts & Humanities Faculties are welcomed.
DEI Fellows benefit from the DEI’s exceptional academic, industrial and political links at local, national and international level. It is intended that Fellows will contribute to developing and promoting these links through their own research activities. Each Fellow is given a specific remit associated with their fellowship in relation to their research interests. All PhD Fellow's have a remit to support the DEI STEM outreach agenda.
For further details on our Fellowships and how to apply please see here.
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