PhD Candidate in safety and sustainability analysis of zero emission vessels

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Deadline: PhD Candidate in safety and sustainability analysis of zero emission vessels PhD Candidate in safety and sustainability analysis of zero emission vessels - Institutt for marin teknikkTrondheimTemporary7. des 2021

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About the position

We have a vacancy for a PhD Candidate at Department of Marine Technology as part of the ZeroKyst project .

For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. The work includes close cooperation with industry partners in Lofoten.

ZeroKyst will strengthen Norwegian value creation and exports through green growth. The project will demonstrate that both new and existing vessels in the seafood industry can be emission-free, and contribute to a 50% emission cut from fishing and aquaculture vessels by 2030.


The topics of the PhD position include environmental impact, safety and emergency preparedness of zero emission vessels. The overall task is to analyse impact on safety, environment and sustainability performance related to transition scenarios. More specifically, the work of the PhD should focus on development of integrated risk assessment, sustainability performance indicators, and trade-off analysis and guidelines for technological solutions and transition scenarios.

You will report to Professor Ingrid Bouwer Utne


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