Energy Community of Young Researchers Groningen
The Energy Community of Young Researchers is a platform for enthusiastic researchers from various fields to share their energy-related knowledge and experiences. The Energy Community is open to PhD Candidates/young researchers of the University of Groningen and Hanze University of Applied Sciences and connecting universities.
Early January 2018 we saw the kick-off of the Energy Community of young researchers in Groningen. The community has so far received about 150 registrars, including researchers from a broad variety of disciplines related to the common denominator ‘Energy’.
The growing awareness that there is much energy-related knowledge available within the universities of Groningen (University of Groningen & Hanze University of Applied Science) that could be used to everyone’s benefit. Goals: to get to know who the other young energy researchers are, meet up, and organize activities for professional development and shared benefit (and of course, share some good times along the way).
Meet your fellow young reseachers
One of the aims of our newsletter is to connect the members of our vibrant community. Therefore, in each newsletter, we introduce a member of the community who answers to some general questions and tells about his/her research.
We are the next generation, so we should raise our voices more. By doing this rather collective than in individual practices, we create less tension between relationships of senior staff and the young researchers, but articulate the shared opinion of a group.
STEPH JOHNSON ZAWADZKI
Ever since I was a little kid, I was fascinated by politics. The more engaged I got with environmental issues, like climate change, the more frustrated I got with the political discourse …..
MARGARITA NIEVES ZÁRATE
During my high school I discovered that energy fuels the world. My province, La Guajira, provides energy resources to Colombia, including natural gas and coal…..
Studying energy security and energy transition problems seemed like a very logical choice for me because they are closely related to human and urban security, energy poverty in developing countries like Ukraine. First, it was Chernobyl….
14 November| Energy Research Pitch-stop > Sign up
Upcoming energy events
31 October | *Only for Dutch-speaking members* Klimaat top Noord-Nederland > more info
7 November | Only for Dutch-speaking members* New EMMergy Conference; Samenwerken in de energietransitie – Emmen, the Netherlands
6-8 November | EGATEC Conference – Groningen, The Netherlands
8 November | Courts and governments (panel on Gas drilling and soil subsidence) – Utrecht, The Netherlands
8 November | The Fukushima accident and its learnings – The Hague, The Netherlands
8 November | Energy Lecture: Offshore Energy by Jepma (UoG) and Frens (NAM) > more info
9 – 11 November | 4th International Conference on New Energy and Applications – Yokohama, Japan
11 November | FSR-BNetzA Forum on the Legal Issues of Energy Regulation – Brussels, Belgium
13-14 November | Future of BioGas Europe; Ensuring the Future of Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Optimalisation – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
15 November | Deadline call for abstracts – 6th International EcoSummit Congress – EcoSummit 2020 – Building a sustainable and desirable future: Adapting to a changing land and sea-scape – Gold Coast, Australia
16 November | The Future of Sustainable Energy in the Euregion Maas – Rhine – Beek, The Netherlands
18 November | Electrochemical Energy Storage – Enschede, The Netherlands
19-21 November | XI International Youth Scientific and Practical Congress “Oil and Gas Horizons” – Moscow, Russia > more info
21 November | Future of the North Sea – The Hague, The Netherlands
21 November | Energy Lecture: Nature & Renewables > more info
22 November | Deadline call for abstracts – Energy Transitions 2020 – Achieving Just Energy Transitions through Law and Policy: Challenges and Solutions > more info
3 December | Energy Masterclass: System Approach > more info
12 December | Monophile Fabrication for the Next Generation Offshore Wind Turbines – Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Committee of Representatives
This community is originally started in cooperation with PhD-candidates from all different faculties and schools of the University of Groningen and Hanze University of Applied Science. We have a Committee of Representatives which is the organizing committee and the bridge between the community and the peers in their own discipline. We always look for extra members for our Committee, so feel free to contact us for more information!
New Energy Coalition
Hanze University of Applied Sciences & University of Groningen
Margarita Nieves Zárate
Jan Eise Fokkema
Faculty of Economics and Business