Research positions opened at the Florence School of Regulation
Florence School of Regulation Energy is looking for one Junior Researcher and one Senior Researcher, to assist the Director1 of the Florence School and to contribute to the research activities of its Energy area.
–> The selected candidates are expected to start on 1 September (or 1 October) 2014
–> Deadline for submitting your applications: 20 June 2014
–> Interviews of short-listed candidates will take place on 30 June 2014
Florence School of Regulation is a reference point for knowledge on EU energy policy and energy regulation and is known for its excellence in applied research. The research team of the school has published more than 300 pieces of work over the past five few years and edits international Journals on energy and climate issues. The research team has been working for the European Commission (DGEnergy), the European Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), National Regulatory Authorities and regulated companies. It regularly discusses its work with high-level professionals from regulatory offices, European institutions and the industry. The research of the school is challenged by a network of leading European academics (from Cambridge, Comillas Madrid, Carlos III, Ecole des Mines, Paris – Nanterre, Oslo Norway, KU Leuven, DIW and TU Berlin) discussing the research of the School in a dedicated Advisory Council twice a year.
Jean-Michel Glachant, the director of the School, has been responsible for leading research projects on energy topics in the EU (as for example THINK ). He is research partner of CEEPR (MIT, USA) and EPRG (Cambridge University, UK). Chief-Editor of EEEP: “Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy” (a Journal of IAEE) and member of the Council of the IAEE. Jean-Michel is Member of the EU-Russia Gas Advisory Council of Commissioner Oettinger (EC); Member of the Steering Committee of the International Conference on the European Energy Market