As some might already know that I will start my ERC Starting Grant on how to avoid material bottlenecks within the energy transition, I now have opened the first 2 positions:
Postdoc – Material bottlenecks of the global energy transition
PhD student – Material bottlenecks of the global energy transition
If you would like to join an enthusiastic team and want to support the energy transition with open models, then you should apply!
Looking forward to exciting applications from you.
Dr.-Ing. Heidi Ursula Heinrichs | Head of Research Group “Energy Potentials and Pathways” | Techno-economic System Analysis (IEK-3) | Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK) | Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (FZJ) | Email | Google Scholar |ResearchGate| Scopus
Hi Heidi, all
Regarding supply chains, these data projects might be of interest — Gaia‑X and Catena‑X:
From the white paper:
"Catena-X Reference Implementations are released under the Apache 2.0 license. According to the Apache 2.0 license, anyone can freely use, modify, and distribute the reference implementations in any environment."
Which I fully support. Catena‑X is primarily aimed at automotive supply chains, but other domains, including the energy domain, would do well to take note of the use of genuinely open standards.
with best wishes, Robbie
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