Post-Doctoral Researcher in modelling hydrogen energy systems and air pollution impacts at Imperial College, London, UK
This post provides an opportunity to contribute to research underpinning future development of hydrogen within the transition to net zero, and explore how this may affect future improvement of air pollution. It is funded under a joint project between UCL and Imperial College named COSH-AIR (Community scenarios of hydrogen energy and impacts on air pollution) as part of a research programme on hydrogen emissions.
The post is based in the Centre for Environmental Policy within Imperial College, internationally recognised for leading research on climate change and environmental security. You will be reporting to Professor Helen ApSimon and Dr Jeremy Woods, and supported by the Integrated Assessment Unit, which undertakes extensive research for the UK government to support air pollution policy. There will be close liaison with work led by Professor Paul Dodds, Professor of Energy Systems, developing and applying energy system modelling in the UCL Energy Institute. You will also be interacting with wider work on future energy scenarios at Imperial, including through the Energy Futures Lab.
The salary is £43,093 – £44,876 and the closing date is 28 April 2023.