Wisconsin Energy Institute

Computational Energy Analyst Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Date Published: 

November 27, 2013

Position Type: 


Job Location: 

Idaho Falls, ID

Job Description: 

The INL Biofuels and Renewable Energy Technology Group is seeking a post doctoral candidate in agricultural, forestry, engineering, or bioenergy systems field of study with a particular emphasis on the development and integration of models in bioenergy related technical research. The candidate will develop new state of the art computational approaches and solutions for optimizing our computational and analysis resources in bioenergy life cycle analysis, logistics modeling, sustainable production modeling, and biomass conversion process modeling in support of our current analysis portfolio and products. These computational and analysis resources include development and deployment of high performance computing solutions, analysis tools, web-based software and database interface solutions to enhance model platforms and frameworks for both internal and external collaborators. The post doc will support INL Biofuels and Renewable Energy leadershi p in meeting DOE/industry expectations, milestones, and deliverables, and INL internal reporting metrics.

The postdoctoral researcher will work on the coordination, analysis and delivery of model results to technical and group leads. The candidate will be expected to prepare and contribute to technical reports and presentations at national technical meetings and project reviews with program sponsors. Additionally it is expected that the work will result in publications in journals such as Biomass & Bioenergy, BioMass Magazine, BioFPR, Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy, Energy Policy, etc.

To apply, visit www.inl.gov/careers (Job Posting 7675). 

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Job Application Deadline: 

December 15, 2013