Application Deadline: None
Undertake research alongside Brunel University London as one of our IKB fellows to boost your career and support us to tackle the transition away from fossil fuels.
As an IKB fellow (standing for Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the famed engineer we’re named after) you’ll have an intensive period of research collaboration with our academics, who have world-leading expertise in many areas of energy, such as its generation, distribution and end use, as well as in advanced materials and manufacturing technologies.
Research in this area will be key to humanity achieving our ambitious net zero emissions targets and steering the planet towards a more sustainable future.
Whether you’re an academic from a university in the UK or elsewhere, or from industry, government or the not-for-profit sector, if you have an existing or developing international profile in advanced materials and manufacturing for energy applications, we’re keen to collaborate with you and welcome you to our facilities.
The fellowship will boost your publications and grant applications, will raise your profile and expand your network, and will broaden your experience of collaborative and interdisciplinary research.
As a condition of registration Brunel University London submits an access and participation plan to the Office for Students (OfS). Our access and participation plan sets out how the University will improve opportunities for students from underrepresented groups to access, succeed at, and progress from higher education. Our access and participation plan is written in partnership with the Union of Brunel Students and outlines our ambition for change, targets, and our plan and investment strategy for delivering these objectives. To the right, under related pages, you can see several projects funded by the University with the aim of achieving its ambition to help students from under-represented groups
In order to assess our progress towards achieving the aims outlined below the 2020/21-2024/25 plan contains nine targets to be met by 2024/25. These are based on comprehensive analysis of current performance. Progress against these targets will be monitored and regulated by the OfS.
Official Website: Energy Technologies for Summer 2023