Research Fellow, School of Design
- UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH
- Greenwich, United Kingdom
- £28,762 to £34,308 plus £3875 London weighting
- 02 Mar 2023
- End of advertisement period
- 29 Mar 2023
- Academic Discipline
- Arts & Humanities, Art, Performing Arts & Design
- Job Type
- Academic Posts, Research Fellowships
- Contract Type
- Fixed Term
- Part Time
School of Design
Location: Greenwich Campus
Salary: £28,762 to £34,308 plus £3875 London weighting
Part Time Hours: 0.4 FTE - 2 days per week
Contract Type: Fixed Term - until 14/06/2024
Release Date: Wednesday 01 March 2023
Closing Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
With a brand-new University of Greenwich #Strategy 2021-2030 focusing on Student Success; Inclusivity and Culture; Global Research & Knowledge Exchange Impact, and Connected and Sustainable Campuses, we are excited that the School of Design is expanding to the future. To put EDI, entrepreneurship and innovation at the centre of our practices and bring together Science, Architecture, Design, and Media subjects in response to the increasing demand for creative thinkers in the ever-growing creative industries and rapidly expanding circular economy. #ThisIsOurTime
The School of Design is part of the highly successful and vibrant faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Frequently commended for our partnership working across the design and creative industries sector, the School delivers high-quality research with external research funding reaching £4M and a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes leading to various creative industries disciplines, including #Architecture, #Animation, #Media, #GraphicDesign, #LandscapeArchitecture #Visualcommunication, #Urbanism, #InclusiveDesign #DesignDiplomacy and more.
We seek a Research Fellow in Aquaponics Design (0.4 FTE) to join the School of Design. This is a unique opportunity to join a London-based design school with a vision to impact the world by focusing on sustainable development goals and addressing design diversity and design inclusion issues.
We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join the funded BLUE-CYCLING project that focuses on improving the circular economy of aquaponic food production by optimising waste and resource management. The circular economy promotes using waste streams from one industry as input for another, thus reducing losses and turning these waste streams into added value. Integrated aquaculture and horticulture (aquaponics) fulfil the circular bio-economy's goals through near-zero energy, water and nutrients waste.
This research project led by the University of Greenwich examines how BLUE-CYCLING aims to optimise aquaponic system design by filling identified knowledge gaps and addressing socio-economic challenges in areas such as climate action, design methods and systems etc.
Most of the vacancy’s duties will involve Research in various settings, and the successful candidate should have experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis in the project context. The successful candidate will engage in the REF and KEF and contribute to the school's research profile.
The successful candidate must hold a Masters degree in a relevant field.
Should you have any queries, please contact the Principal Investigator (PI) Professor Benzion Kotzen B.Kotzen@greenwich.ac.uk or HR on email@example.com
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