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The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) is seeking U.S. Citizens to fill multiple research positions to enhance its Process Systems Engineering research team. The preferred qualifications for
each position include a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering with a focus on Process Systems Engineering. All three positions are located at NETL’s Pittsburgh location. Below is a brief description of each position. For additional information or to apply, please
follow the link associated with each position.
- Large-scale mathematical optimization of energy systems. The candidate should have experience formulating and solving large scale mixed integer nonlinear programs (MINLP) in commercial and/or open source
optimization environments such as GAMS or AMPL as well as experience developing and improving mathematically based optimization algorithms. Closing date: 11/30/2015.
- Simulation-based optimization and uncertainty quantification of energy systems. The candidate should have experience utilizing and developing computational frameworks for simulation-based optimization and
uncertainty quantification of energy systems. Closing date: 11/16/2015.
- Rigorous process modeling of energy systems. The candidate should have experience developing and utilizing first principles based models in commercial and/or open source process modeling and optimization
environments such as gPROMS, Aspen Custom Modeler,
PyOMO, ASCEND or GAMS. Closing date: 11/16/2015.
Please distribute this announcement along to interested parties. Thank you.
David C. Miller, Ph.D.
Technical Director, Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative
U.S. Dept. of Energy/NETL
Mail Stop 58/103A
626 Cochrans Mill Rd
PO Box 10940
Pittsburgh, PA 15236-0940