2013 Postdoctoral Position for Modelling of Thermoelectric Hybrid Solar Power Design at DTU in Denmark

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 DTU Energy Conversion is focusing on functional materials and their application in sustainable energy technology. Our research areas include fuel cells, electrolysis, solar cells, magnetic refrigeration, superconductivity and thermoelectric. The Department has 250 employees. Thermoelectric power conversion is a promising technology for waste heat recovery in, e.g., transportation, building and industry. Basically, a thermoelectric device works by converting a temperature difference directly into electricity. We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral for the Program for Electro functional Materials. The postdoctoral will focus on selecting and optimizing the use of thermoelectric generators for maximum output power in hybrid solar applications. You will be part of a large project which aims to develop and demonstrate hybrid solar thermoelectric converter system. This will take place at the international front line with a strong links to both technology providers and end-users.
– PhD in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, or similar -A strong background in numerical modeling techniques, especially finite element methods. Knowledge of specific modeling tools, such as Comsol is an advantage -Preferably experience with design optimization. Be knowledgeable on heat transfer and losses, electrical power generation and thermodynamics -Ability to work independently, to plan and carry out complicated tasks, and to be a part of  large, dynamical group -Good communication skills in English, both written and spoken.

2013 Postdoctoral Position for Modelling of Thermoelectric Hybrid Solar Power Design at DTU in Denmark

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

 DTU Energy Conversion is focusing on functional materials and their application in sustainable energy technology. Our research areas include fuel cells, electrolysis, solar cells, magnetic refrigeration, superconductivity and thermoelectric. The Department has 250 employees. Thermoelectric power conversion is a promising technology for waste heat recovery in, e.g., transportation, building and industry. Basically, a thermoelectric device works by converting a temperature difference directly into electricity. We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral for the Program for Electro functional Materials. The postdoctoral will focus on selecting and optimizing the use of thermoelectric generators for maximum output power in hybrid solar applications. You will be part of a large project which aims to develop and demonstrate hybrid solar thermoelectric converter system. This will take place at the international front line with a strong links to both technology providers and end-users.
– PhD in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, or similar -A strong background in numerical modeling techniques, especially finite element methods. Knowledge of specific modeling tools, such as Comsol is an advantage -Preferably experience with design optimization. Be knowledgeable on heat transfer and losses, electrical power generation and thermodynamics -Ability to work independently, to plan and carry out complicated tasks, and to be a part of  large, dynamical group -Good communication skills in English, both written and spoken.

2013 Postdoctoral Position for Modelling of Thermoelectric Hybrid Solar Power Design at DTU in Denmark

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

 DTU Energy Conversion is focusing on functional materials and their application in sustainable energy technology. Our research areas include fuel cells, electrolysis, solar cells, magnetic refrigeration, superconductivity and thermoelectric. The Department has 250 employees. Thermoelectric power conversion is a promising technology for waste heat recovery in, e.g., transportation, building and industry. Basically, a thermoelectric device works by converting a temperature difference directly into electricity. We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral for the Program for Electro functional Materials. The postdoctoral will focus on selecting and optimizing the use of thermoelectric generators for maximum output power in hybrid solar applications. You will be part of a large project which aims to develop and demonstrate hybrid solar thermoelectric converter system. This will take place at the international front line with a strong links to both technology providers and end-users.
– PhD in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, or similar -A strong background in numerical modeling techniques, especially finite element methods. Knowledge of specific modeling tools, such as Comsol is an advantage -Preferably experience with design optimization. Be knowledgeable on heat transfer and losses, electrical power generation and thermodynamics -Ability to work independently, to plan and carry out complicated tasks, and to be a part of  large, dynamical group -Good communication skills in English, both written and spoken.

2013 Postdoctoral Position for Modelling of Thermoelectric Hybrid Solar Power Design at DTU in Denmark

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

 DTU Energy Conversion is focusing on functional materials and their application in sustainable energy technology. Our research areas include fuel cells, electrolysis, solar cells, magnetic refrigeration, superconductivity and thermoelectric. The Department has 250 employees. Thermoelectric power conversion is a promising technology for waste heat recovery in, e.g., transportation, building and industry. Basically, a thermoelectric device works by converting a temperature difference directly into electricity. We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral for the Program for Electro functional Materials. The postdoctoral will focus on selecting and optimizing the use of thermoelectric generators for maximum output power in hybrid solar applications. You will be part of a large project which aims to develop and demonstrate hybrid solar thermoelectric converter system. This will take place at the international front line with a strong links to both technology providers and end-users. -PhD in Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, or similar -A strong background in numerical modeling techniques, especially finite element methods. Knowledge of specific modeling tools, such as Comsol is an advantage -Preferably experience with design optimization. Be knowledgeable on heat transfer and losses, electrical power generation and thermodynamics -Ability to work independently, to plan and carry out complicated tasks, and to be a part of  large, dynamical group -Good communication skills in English, both written and spoken.

Deadline: Online application must submitted to DTU till 1 February 2013.

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