|Institution||University of Waterloo|
|Type of Fellowship||Graduate Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Physical Sciences|
|Fellowship Amount||$25,000 over four terms|
|College / University||http://studdys.com/ontario/university-of-waterloo/|
Graduate Fellowship Description
The University of Waterloo requests applications from Masters Graduate students for the available position of:
Data collection and analysis related to energy usage.
The fields of interest for the fellowship will be behavioral issues associated with smart grids and data collection.
The operation involves information series and investigation related to energy usage.
The objective of the behavioral issues research and data collection is to study behavioral issues associated with smart grids.
Requirements of applicants are an outstanding academic record; strong communication and numeracy skills; and commitment to a sustainable energy future.
The University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
We have grounds and training concentrates in several locations, and academic companions across our planet. We are known for as an globally determined key in business and technology.
Interested individuals will be required to supply current Curriculum Vitae.
For any further information or questions regarding the application process or more information about the University itself please contact:
Prof.Ian Rowlands, with the term ''Research Studentship & Smart Grids'' in the subject line and with information about your qualifications at [email protected]
Applicants can also find facts and more information on the relevant University Page.
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