Applications are now invited for the 5 Year Temporary position of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Gas Engineering,UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering and UCD School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. The main responsibility of the person who will be appointed to this position will be to drive leading-edge research in Gas Systems and Gas Engineering, both within the ESIPP programme and in undergraduate and postgraduate research projects and teaching activities of relevance to the two Schools. For further information on this position and other positions please see the UCD Job Vacancies portal using Job Reference number 009227 or the keyword "ESIPP".
Applications are no longer being accepted as the closing date has passed.
Trinity College Dublin is hosting a Behavioural Economics and Energy Efficiency Workshop on Friday June 9th. Hunt Allcott will deliver the key-note seminar as part of a full day workshop on energy efficiency and consumer behaviour.
If you are interested in attending please register at one of the following links:
ESIPP team members have co-authored 3 of the articles in the January/February 2017 issue of IEEE Power and Energy Magazine.
ESIPP Co-Principal Investigator Eoin Casey co-authored the following article:
Casey,E., Beaini,S., Pabi,S., Zammit,K. and Amarnath, A. (2017) 'The Triple Bottom Line for Efficiency: Integrating Systems Within Water and Energy Networks', IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, 15(1), pp.34-42.
ESIPP Funded Investigator Geertje Schuitema and ESIPP Lecturer Lisa Ryan co-authored the following article:
Schuitema,G., Ryan,L. and Aravena, C. (2017) 'The Consumer’s Role in Flexible Energy Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Changing Consumers’ Behavior', IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, 15(1), pp.53-60.
ESIPP Postdoctoral Researcher Juha Kiviluoma co-authored the following article:
Kiviluoma,K., Heinen,S., Qazi,H., Madsen,H., Strbac,G., Kang,C., Zhang,N., Patteeuw,D. and Naegler,T. (2017) 'Harnessing Flexibility from Hot and Cold: Heat Storage and Hybrid Systems Can Play a Major Role', IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, 15(1), 15(1), pp.25-33.
Mark O'Malley presented a seminar titled "The Role of Demand & Storage in an Integrated Energy System" at Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy on 19th January 2017.
More information on the seminar is available here.
We were happy to host a seminar by Dr Hannele Holttinen on Flexibilities in energy system to support variable generation integration on Friday 27th of January at 2:30pm.
Further information available here