Energy2050.ac.uk is one of the UK's largest energy research institute based at the University of Sheffield. Currently, we are working on alternative aviation fuel projects. In order to support this project, partners from Indonesia are required:
1. Lecturer or researcher in Indonesian university, company or institution.
2. Currently working or planning to work on alternative fuels. (Aviation fuels are preferable)
What we offer:
1. Research funding (£50,000-£300,000) for two years duration. ( Link to relevant funding page )
2. Research facilities at the University of Sheffield ( Link to Aviation Fuels & Additive Training Course | Link to Sustainable Aviation Research )
Please send application or inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org by 13th June 2016
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