The new Assistant or Associate Professor is expected to conduct research into scientific challenges in the field of geothermal science and engineering, for example in geothermal reservoir characterisation, reservoir and production engineering, e.g. the understanding of breakthrough mechanisms of thermal and chemical fronts in relation to subsurface heterogeneities, the interaction of geothermal fluids with rocks and technical installations, or the thermal and mechanical fracture development in reservoir rock. In addition to these subsurface-related challenges there are numerous scientific and engineering questions emerging from geothermal energy production in the Netherlands. These involve, for example, drilling technology, optimisation and up-scaling of geothermal operations, as well as other economic, legal and policy aspects.
https://www.geothermal-energy.org/wp-content/uploads/media/IGA-Academy.-Header-picture.jpg 1455 1920 Gregor Rumberg https://www.geothermal-energy.org/wp-content/uploads/logo/IGA-Logo_RGB_negative-320x215.png Gregor Rumberg2018-09-04 19:10:212018-09-04 19:10:21Vacancy at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft): Assistant or Associate Professor of Geothermal Engineering