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The Department of Energy Conversion and Storage at the Technical University of Denmark is carrying out world class research in areas such as solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), solid oxide electrolysis cells (SOECs), and batteries. Our corner stones of success are interdisciplinary collaboration within the department and strong collaboration with industry and other research institutions worldwide.
In many of our focus areas, solid state electrochemistry is an important discipline to support the overall understanding of fundamental processes and to be able to improve state-of-the-art technology.
To strengthen our electrochemistry competences we are seeking a senior researcher.
Responsibilities and tasks The new senior researcher will become a part of the Section of Applied Electrochemistry with currently 24 employees.
The Department of Wind Energy in the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Wind Energy) is seeking a Postdoc or Researcher for the Wind Energy Systems Section (WES).
You will be part of the international team carrying out research in Wind Energy Systems. We direct the research towards issues that are relevant for industrial development and applications, and we work in projects with system integration, control concepts for wind turbines, wind power plants, electrical components, grid connection and large-scale wind energy penetration.
Job profile The Postdoc/Researcher will contribute to the development of models for wind power in power system simulation tools such as Power Factory (DIgSILENT) and Eurostag, and in more general simulation tools like Matlab Simulink and Modelica. This will be part of different projects including the European iTesla-project.eu on security of future power systems, challenged by large scale renewable energy and increased cross boarder trading of power.