Fellows Call 2022-23
Nationality: South Korea
Fellowship: Photovoltaic Energy at the Imperial College of London
Brief Introduction: The key to improving the efficiency of solar energy conversion, both in solar cells and solar fuels, is reducing the rate of recombination for electrons and holes.
Fellowship: Wind Energy at the Universidad de Cantabria
Brief Introduction: Through this fellowship I hope to develop my technical knowledge in the modelling of offshore renewable energy technologies and their experimental validation.
Fellowship: Photovoltaic Energy at the University of Strathclyde
Brief Introduction: The E4F fellowship program will allow me to develop a stronger professional profile and set of soft skills, technological skills through various training activities, joint publications and patents.
Fellowship: Photovoltaic Energy at the University of Strathclyde (UK)
Brief Introduction: Through the E4F fellowship, I expect the rudorffites applied as efficient indoor photovotaics which are adequate to power sensors for IoT.
Fellowship: Material Science at the Universidad Carlos III, Madrid
Brief Introduction: Throughout the E4F fellowship, I aim to develop new tools to enable quick and low-cost ways to characterize redox flow batteries during operation.
Fellowship: Energy Informatics, Energy Economics and Green Information Systems at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brief Introduction: With the E4F fellowship, I plan to create software that can be used to develop and operate multi-energy portfolios from a utility perspective.
Fellowship: Wind Energy at the Imperial College of London
Brief Introduction: We aim to promote innovation and advance systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future targeting wind energy.
Fellowship: Electric Vehicle at IMDEA Energía
Brief Introduction: Recently, I was awarded another MSCA fellowship, this time with Iberdrola under the E4F program to develop a novel research line on polymeric all-solid-state batteries at IMDEA Energia, Spain.
Fellowship: Energy Storage at the Imperial College of London
Brief Introduction: The energy for future (E4F) fellowship is an excellent opportunity to help solve one of the most pressing challenges in conversion of renewable energy to fuels and chemicals.
Fellowship: Smart Grids at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brief Introduction: Development of trading algorithms for energy data, providing privacy guarantees for energy datasets, and developing optimization algorithms to assist machine learning tasks in energy.
Fellowship: SWind Energy at the Universidad del País Vasco
Brief Introduction: Through this fellowship, I expect to develop FD and FTC strategies that are able to reduce the operation and maintenance costs of offshore wind energy farms.