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We are always interested in hearing from researchers with innovative proposals in the field of CCS research - please contact us at info@sccs.org.uk

 

PhD opportunities on the HyStorPor project

Advancing hydrogen storage through validating the use of salt caverns for hydrogen storage to support the zero-carbon energy transition

Apply by Thu Jan 09 2020 at 12:00

Be part of the zero-carbon energy transition and study the long-term behaviour of salt caverns for seasonal injection and withdrawal of hydrogen to validate the use of salt caverns for hydrogen storage. You should have a background in Earth Sciences, Engineering, or Material Science with some aptitude for mathematics or programming. More details and to apply

A key technology for green energy supply - underground hydrogen storage in porous rocks

Apply by Thu Jan 09 2020 at 12:00

An investigation of the geological storage of hydrogen for zero-carbon energy such as heating in place of methane. Numerical modelling will test technical viability to inform real-world practicality. You should have a background in Earth Sciences or Engineering with some aptitude for petroleum geology, mathematics or programming. More details and to apply

SCCS IT Support and Digital Communications Officer

Vacancy Ref: : 050945
Closing Date : 24 January 2020 at 5pm GMT
Post: full time, fixed term basis until December 2020.

Further details and to apply

Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage is looking for an experienced digital communications officer with an eye for design and a desire to facilitate action on CO2 emissions reduction.

This is an exciting opportunity to promote the work of research teams in projects across Europe; and support the translation of research in Scotland into formats accessible to different audiences.

We are looking for someone with a range of dissemination and communication skills, including through video production, webinar delivery, website development and information management.

The post is based at the University of Edinburgh and you will work as a key member of our busy team on a range of EU projects and the SCCS Programme.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Philippa Parmiter (philippa.parmiter@ed.ac.uk)

 

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