Post-doctoral research associate in renewable energy engineering. Applications are sought for a postdoctoral research associate to develop and study novel technologies for thermal and chemical energy storage technologies. Successful candidates bring along a well-balanced combination of experimental and analytical capabilities in the thermal and fluid sciences.
Doctorate -Mechanical Engineering
Minimum Requirements A doctorate degree in Mechanical Engineering Excellent analytical skills, in particular the ability to develop analytical and numerical heat and mass transfer models of energy conversion and storage devices, especially applications involving radiative transport Experience in developing numerical simulations of heat and mass transfer Good background in three or more of the following programming languages: Fortran, C, C++, Matlab, Python, Experience in designing, assembling, and testing experimental devices for energy conversion and storage, Background in data acquisition and analysis, Background in imaging techniques, Good English writing and presentation skills, Good teamwork and interpersonal skills. Background in X-ray tomography for materials research, Background in tomography based numerical simulation,
Desired Qualifications Experience in in-situ experimentation under tomographic monitoring, Background in thermochemical energy storage, Background in electrochemistry.
Required Application Materials
Applicants will be required to submit a CV and letter of interest.
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