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POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) (2 openings), to assume a position in the area of energy systems analysis. The project develops and deploys a modular tool (SESAME) to perform systems-level life cycle and techno economic analysis for major energy and industry related pathways for strategic decision-making. Will regularly present research results at sponsor meetings and center workshops and publish papers in international conferences and in peer-reviewed journals. The position offers an opportunity to interact and work closely with researchers at MIT and be involved in MITEI’s Low-Carbon Energy Centers.
REQUIRED: a Ph.D. in a subject pertinent to the research area; demonstrated knowledge of commercial process modeling software such as Aspen Plus and programming languages such as MATLAB or Python; excellent communication skills, including spoken and written English fluency; and ability to produce with minimal supervision and prioritize work to meet deadlines. The ideal candidate will have expertise and a relevant track record in one or more of the following: process modeling, life cycle analysis, techno economic assessment, and/or modeling and optimization (ideally software development). Job #18933
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