Post-Doc and Staff Engineer Positions in Multi-Physics Modeling and Engineering
of Electric Drive Batteries
Applications are invited for post-doctoral fellows or staff engineers at
Electrochemical Engine Center (ECEC) in the field of multi-physics modeling and
numerical simulation of electric vehicle batteries and their systems. We are
looking for talented, ambitious, and hard-working candidates, especially those
with industrial experience in the automotive industry. Required Qualifications:
- Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or related fields
- Strong prior experience in CFD
- Strong skills in CFD mesh generation
- understanding of advanced algorithms
- Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment
- Ability to work independently to solve critical problems
- Programming experience with C, C++, and FORTRAN
These positions are immediately available.
The ECEC, directed by Prof. Chao-Yang Wang, is a multi-disciplinary research
program concentrating on understanding and developing advanced batteries and
fuel cells for vehicle electrification, renewable energy storage, and power
grid management. The group usually has 12 research associates, 3 visiting
scholars, and 14 Ph.D. students with specialties in electrochemistry,
materials, manufacturing, diagnostics, CFD modeling, and system engineering.
The center has extensive computational and experimental research facilities,
including a recently installed large format Li-ion cell fabrication facility
believed to be the first among US universities. Please see
http://ecec.mne.psu.edu/ for more details on the Electrochemical Engine
Center. To apply for the positions, please send a detailed resume to Prof.
Chao-Yang Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to a large number of applications
expected, only most qualified applicants for these positions will be contacted.