Virginia Tech Advanced Research Institute (ARI) and the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering invite applications for a postdoctoral associate. A postdoctoral associate position carries the expectation of a maximum of 4 years post degree. The applicant will mainly work on proposal writing, conducting research and assisting faculty and graduate students with research in the areas of electric power, alternate energy, smart grid and artificial intelligence (AI) applications focused on electrical energy domains. The successful candidate will support the director of ARI and help coordinate related research efforts at partner institutions, as well as supporting program development and identification of new research funding opportunities.
The candidate must have an earned Ph.D. in electrical engineering or computer science with specialization in several of the areas listed in the following: |Modeling, simulation, validation and verification of power systems, |Distributed energy resources and micro-grid, |Artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, and |Cyber-physical systems focused on energy domains. |Also required are a good understanding of the technical issues associated with interconnecting intermittent renewable energy sources and ability to develop sponsored research proposals. The successful candidate must also be willing to take ownership of a project, and good analytical and communications skills.
Preferred qualifications include prior proven successful research experience and functional knowledge of toolboxes used in electric power system research.
$60,000 – $65,000
PhD must be awarded no more than four years prior to the effective date of appointment with a minimum of one year eligibility remaining.
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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