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Professor, Energy Systems

TUT - Tallinn University of Technology

Tallin, Estonia

Professor's responsibilities:

  • management of projects in the field of energy regulations, policy, economics, electricity markets and service reliability;
  • writing project applications to high-level competitions in his or her field of expertise;
  • organisation of studies at the master's level in the subjects of energy economics, markets and policy (e.g. electricity market, energy policy, global energy trade);
  • involving doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers in the research and development of the Department of Electrical Power Engineering and Mechatronics;
  • providing advice to policy makers, representatives of the state and the society in the field of energy policy and regulations;
  • establishing a competence centre in the field of energy economics at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering and Mechatronics;
  • participation in the preparation of national strategic plans in the field of power engineering.

Requirements for the candidate:

  • a doctoral degree or an equivalent qualification in the field of electrical power engineering, energy technology, sustainable energy, energy management or a similar field;
  • extensive, at least 10 years of proven experience in carrying out analysis of energy systems and project management in the field and excellent teaching skills;
  • an excellent knowledge of English, both written and spoken;
  • supervision of at least 2 successfully defended doctoral theses;
  • successful application or implementation as manager of competition-based funding in the amount of at least 200,000 €;
  • teaching experience in I, II and II level of higher education.

The following gives an advantage when applying for the position:

  • competent in EU power engineering regulations and familiar with EU's long-term strategic plans and goals in the field of power engineering;
  • the author or translator-editor of at least one textbook for higher education institutions or an equivalent teaching aid;
  • a member of an international conference committee, participation in national activities related to organisation of research and education;
  • active and outstanding spokesman in his/her field of expertise;
  • initiative in finding funding and competing for it, including in cooperation with other universities;
  • energy and willingness to work in a new and young research team;
  • experience in carrying out long-term analysis of energy systems;
  • private enterprise experience.

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