This Research Associate position will contribute to the CoTide: “Co-design to deliver Scalable Tidal Stream Energy” project, while based within the Institute for Infrastructure and the Environment at the University of Edinburgh, which is funded by the EPSRC and in collaboration with colleagues at Universities of Oxford, Edinburgh and Strathclyde.
Dr Emmanuel Epelle is currently a Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, where he is primarily developing innovative hybrid oxidation technologies for decontaminating reusable medical device
Engineering academics have developed a new framework to help Scotland’s affordable housing sector reach net zero carbon performance. Dr Julio Bros-Williamson is the academic lead for the Edinburgh Home Demonstrator (EHD) project, which is creating a pilot development in Granton.
Lindsay Beevers, Professor of Environmental Engineering at the School of Engineering, has worked on a project with Heriot-Watt University to investigate how people might be affected by droughts in Scotland.