PhD position in Jacobs University Bremen, Germany


PhD position in the field of large-scale integration of renewable energies in smart grids, with an emphasis on PV (f/m)
The Jacobs University Bremen and the research institute Bremer Energie Institut based at Jacobs University jointly withBosch Solar Energy in Erfurt invite applications for a fully funded

PhD position in the field of large-scale integration of renewable energies in smart grids, with an emphasis on PV (f/m)

We expect the candidate to have graduated (Master or Diplom or equivalent) in economics with excellent grades and to have high affinity to technology and business. The background of this PhD project will be in applied micro-economics, institutional economics and industrial organization. We expect the candidate to be excellent in English; basic knowledge of German would be an advantage.

We offer a three-year fully funded contract in a combined academic and industry setting. The position will be shared amongJacobs University Bremen (50%) and Bosch SE in Erfurt (50%). The candidate will be a member of the Bosch doctoral programme for two years. The project will be part of a wider research programme on both sides allowing extensive team-based learning. The start of the position is open to negotiation.

Jacobs University is an equal opportunity employer. Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae no later than 30 September 2011 to the following address:

Jacobs University Bremen
Prof. Dr. Gert Brunekreeft, Professor for Energy Economics
Ref.-No. 1107, College Ring 1, 28759 Bremen, Germany
g.brunekreeft@jacobs-university.de

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