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Alexander Mitsos <[log in to unmask]>
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Alexander Mitsos <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 13 Jun 2019 08:00:45 -0400
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Dear colleagues,

Please help me advertising the following positions. Thank you



The Helmholtz School for Data Science in Life, Earth and Energy (HDS-LEE) provides an interdisciplinary environment for educating the next generation of data scientists in close contact to domain-specific knowledge and research. All three domains – life & medical sciences, earth sciences, and energy systems/materials – are characterized by the generation of huge heterogeneously structured data sets, which have to be evaluated in order to obtain a holistic understanding of very complex systems. Please visit HDS-LEE at:
Several PIs are still looking to hire PhD students. All positions come with very attractive funding and conditions. They are part of the interdisciplinary structured graduate school. 

The following two HDS-LEE PhD positions will be located at FZJ-IEK-10 and candidates will be supervised by Prof. Alexander Mitsos.
Optimal data-driven models for optimization-based design of energy systems 
Scenario generation for design and operation of energy systems under uncertainty
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 As a member of the Helmholtz Association, Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ) makes an effective contribution to solving major challenges facing society in the fields of information, energy, and bioeconomy. It focuses on varied tasks in the area of research management and utilizes large, often unique, scientific infrastructures. Come and work with around 5,900 colleagues across a range of topics and disciplines at one of Europe’s largest research centres. Visit FZJ at:
The Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Energy Systems Engineering (IEK-10) at FZJ focuses on the development of models and algorithms for simulation and optimization of decentralized, integrated energy systems. Such systems are characterized by high spatial and temporal variability of energy supply and demand as well as by a high degree of interdependence of material and energy flows. Research at IEK-10 aims to provide scalable and real-time capable methods and tools which enable the energy-optimal, cost-efficient and safe design and operation of future energy systems. Visit IEK-10 at: