GOT ENERGY TALENT – Second Call for Fellowships will open on 3rd April 2019 with deadline 2nd July 2019!

Got Energy Talent (GET) second call for fellowships will open on 3rd April 2019 until 2nd July 2019!

Up to twenty one (21) fellowships are available under the second call. Out the 21 fellowships available, UAH will recruit eight (8) fellows and URJC will recruit thirteen (13) fellows.

We will upload the Guide for Applicants, the Guide for Evaluators and the application forms for the 2nd call on this website on the date of the opening of the call.

In the section Overview, you will find detailed information about the fellowship conditions (total number, duration and financial conditions), the elibility criteria as well as the selection process.


Call schedule

Launch of the call:

  • 3rd April 2019
  • Call deadline (2nd July 2019, 12:00 Madrid time): three months after call opening 
  • Candidates will receive a confirmation email when submitting the application

Selection process:

  • Communication of results of first eligibility check: July 2018
  • Consensus meeting and drawing of ranking lists: December 2019
  • Communication of results after the scientific evaluation: December 2019

Start of the fellowship:

  • Redress and negotiation period: December 2019 to February 2020
  • Approximate start of the fellowships: April 2020

Research Lines

It is open to the fellows to freely define the subject area of the proposed research. However, the research should fall within one of the research lines offered under GOT ENERGY TALENT fellowship programme and it should be supported by the current research strengths at UAH, URJC and its partner organisations.

Applicants must identify the research line where they want to be integrated, and get in touch with the research group, in order to get the necessary information to complete the application. Here you will find information about the lines available under GET second call for fellowships

 

Smart Energy and related fields

As applicants can see on GET’s website, all research lines fall within the topic of Smart Energy, including:

Energy efficiency & renewable energy

Smart energy systems

  • Energy monitoring & control systems
  • Renewable & sustainable energy
  • District heating & cooling
  • Smart transportation & mobility
  • Building / infrastructure
  • New green technologies
  • Energy use & planning
  • CO2 capture, storage and utilization technologies
  • Generation of electrical power
  • Electricity transmission network
  • Electricity distribution network
  • Energy storage
  • Security aspects of smart grids
  • Energy management systems
  • Other topics related with the concept of Smart Cities

ICT technologies


Second year of applied research

Under specific research lines, applicants may choose to carry out a second year doing applied research in one of our  partner host institutions from the non-academic sector. Please note that this option is NOT possible under all our research lines. You will find the necessary information under research lines. You will also find information about our non-academic partner host institution here.

Please bear in mind that, when applying, you should already choose if you want to carry out a 24-month advanced research project at the academic host institution or to carry out a 12-month advanced research combined with a 12-month period devoted to applied research. Applicants are asked to build their proposal taking this into account.

If you are envisaging a second year of applied research, when building your proposal, you should discuss it with the research group from the academic host institution.


Documents for applicants

You can download the Guide for Applicants for Got Energy Talent second call for felloships here: GET_2nd_Call_Guide_for_Applicants

The guide provides potential applicants with the information they need on how to apply. Interested applicants will find a description of the requirements, the conditions of the fellowships, the selection procedure as well as of GET context. Before sending their application, candidates should have carefully read the Guide for Applicants.

The application package of Got Energy Talent second call for fellowships is made of four (4) templates  that you can download below. In addition to the four templates, applicants must provide 3 letters of recommendation (in English).

  1. GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_Administrative Form
  2. GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_CV of the Applicant
  3. GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_CV of the Research Group
  4. GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_Research proposal
  5. Letters of recommendation from 3 referees. 

The letters of recommendation do not need to follow any specific template. The letters of recommendation must be in English. Please be aware that, for reasons of conflict of interest, the letters cannot come from the mentor, the host research group, the host academic institution nor the partner host institution from the non-academic sector you are applying to. The three letters should be merged in a single .pdf document.


Documents for evaluators

The Guide for Evaluator for Got Energy Talent 2nd call for fellowships can be downloaded here: GET_2nd_call_Guide_for_Evaluators

When building their proposal, we recommend interested applicants to pay close attention to the assessment criteria detailed in the Guide for Evaluators.


How to apply

Applications will exclusively be accepted through the on-line application platform on the right side of this website. Applications must be submitted before the call deadline. In order to submit an application, all applicants need to register in the online application system. Once registered, applicants can upload and submit their proposals to the system.

THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM WILL BE ACTIVE ON THE DATE OF THE OPENING OF THE CALL!

You can download the Guide for Applicants for Got Energy Talent second call for felloships here: GET_2nd_Call_Guide_for_Applicants

The guide provides potential applicants with the information they need on how to apply. Interested applicants will find a description of the requirements, the conditions of the fellowships, the selection procedure as well as of GET context. Before sending their application, candidates should have carefully read the Guide for Applicants.

The application package of Got Energy Talent second call for fellowships is made of four (4) templates  that you can download below. In addition to the four templates, applicants must provide 3 letters of recommendation (in English).

GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_Administrative Form

GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_CV of the Applicant

GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_CV of the Research Group

GET_2nd_call_Application Forms_Research proposal

Letters of recommendation from 3 referees. 

The letters of recommendation do not need to follow any specific template. The letters of recommendation must be in English. Please be aware that, for reasons of conflict of interest, the letters cannot come from the mentor, the host research group, the host academic institution nor the partner host institution from the non-academic sector you are applying to. The three letters should be merged in a single .pdf document.

The Guide for Evaluator for Got Energy Talent 2nd call for fellowships can be downloaded here: GET_2nd_call_Guide_for_Evaluators

When building their proposal, we recommend interested applicants to pay close attention to the assessment criteria detailed in the Guide for Evaluators.

Recomendations

Before completing the application, applicants should have carefully read the Guide for Applicants. We also recommend you to pay close attention to the assessment criteria detailed in the Guide for Evaluators.

Applications must use the official GET templates. Bear in mind that applications not using the official templates will be considered ineligible.

Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Applications will exclusively be accepted through the on-line application platform on the right side of this website. Applications must be submitted before the call deadline.

If you have doubts, do not hesitate to contact tecnico.cofund@uah.es