Energy Systems Integration(ESI) is a professionally run, exciting, challenging and rewarding place to work. As an ESI employee you never know what to expect on any given day, because there is always interesting research in progress. You will be involved in performing high voltage pulse and impulse experiments, partial discharge testing, data analysis, technical writing and various other engineering projects. A cooperative and supportive team of graduate and undergraduate students will assist you in getting involved and taking on leadership roles. Your time at ESI will equip you with the skills and experience necessary to succeed in the workforce and your career as an engineer. Openings vary based on projects, funding and your availability. ESI does require that you provide a resume to be considered for this multidisciplinary and multicultural team.
Disciplines: Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Industrial Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, Physics, Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science And Engineering
Student Skill-Set Needed: Students should have a willingness to perform state-of-the-art research and have self-motivation and an interest in the engineering field.
Compensation: Academic Credit, Salary / Stipend, Work Study
Available: Fall, Spring
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Dr. Jennifer Zirnheld
Department: Electrical Engineering
Office: 213 Davis Hall