Internship: Process Control of Vapor Compression Systems
MERL is seeking an intern to develop and experimentally validate control algorithms and optimization strategies for vapor compression systems. The ideal candidate has a solid background in process control, system dynamics and thermodynamics, and experience in implementation, validation and verification of control algorithms. Applicants currently enrolled in graduate programs in chemical, mechanical or electrical engineering (or similar) at leading research universities are encouraged to apply. Proficiency in MATLAB and/or LabVIEW is required. The intern will collaborate with MERL researchers in developing algorithms, conducting experiments, and preparing manuscripts for scientific publications
Research Area: Mechatronics
Contact: Dan Burns
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