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Emre Gencer <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 24 Jan 2019 14:27:53 +0000
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The MIT Energy Initiative at Massachusetts Institute of Technology invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher position in the area of energy systems analysis.

This project develops and deploys a modular tool to perform systems-level life cycle and techno economic analysis for major energy and industry related pathways for strategic decision-making. The ideal candidate for this industry collaborative project should have expertise and a relevant track record in one or more of i) process modeling, ii) life cycle analysis, iii) techno economic assessment and iv) modeling and optimization (ideally software development). Demonstrated knowledge of using commercial process modeling software such as Aspen Plus, LCA tools such as GREET and OpenLCA, programming languages such as MATLAB and Python is preferred. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to interact and work closely with researchers at MIT and involve in MIT Energy Initiative's Low-Carbon Energy Centers.

Applicants must have a PhD (or equivalent experience and/or qualifications) in a subject pertinent to the research area. Candidates are expected to regularly present research results in sponsor meetings and center workshops, publish papers in international conferences and in peer-reviewed journals.

Excellent communication skills, being able to produce with minimal supervision and prioritize work to meet deadlines are essential. All applicants must be fluent in spoken and written English.

To apply for this opportunity, applicants should send their application package (full CV and a research statement) to Dr. Emre Genšer (Research Scientist at MIT Energy Initiative, [log in to unmask]). The project will be based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus in Cambridge, MA.  For further information on the group and related projects, please contact Dr. Genšer.