|Institution||University of Waterloo|
|Type of Fellowship||Graduate Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Earth 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:
Economic and policy issues associated with smart net zero energy buildings.
The fields of interest for the fellowship will be energy and smart net zero energy buildings.
The successful applicant will be working within the NSERC Strategic Research Network.
The objective of the project is to increased use of advanced energy performance buildings and their widespread deployment throughout Canada.
Requirements of applicants are an outstanding academic record; strong communication and writing skills; and commitment to a sustainable energy future.
The University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
We have the world's largest education and learning system. Waterloo sees its contacts around the globe and motivates determined relationships to learn and analyze. With schools and training concentrates on 4 land masses, and instructional partners across the earth, Waterloo is top of its class. We are known around the globe to be key in enterprise and technology.
Interested individuals will be required to supply their Curriculum Vitae.
For any further information or questions regarding the application process or more information about the University itself please contact:
Ian Rowlands with the term Research Studentship & Smart Net-Zero Energy Buildings in the subject line at [email protected]
Applicants can also find facts and more information on the University Page.
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