Internship: Realtime Optimization and Control
MERL is seeking an intern to develop realtime optimization strategies to maximize the performance of vapor compression systems. The ideal candidate has a strong theoretical background in extremum seeking, nonlinear and adaptive control, and optimization. Proficiency in MATLAB, Python or Julia is required. Senior graduate students in engineering or mathematics programs at leading research universities are sought. The intern will collaborate with MERL researchers in developing new algorithms, conducting experiments, and preparing manuscripts for scientific publications. The expected duration is roughly three months.
Research Areas: Control, Multi-Physical Modeling, Optimization
Contact: Dan Burns
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