- Monday, October 25, 2021
Graduate Scholarships, Fellowships, Jobs and Career Fairs
- The University of Alaska Fairbanks seeks a master’s level student with a background in electrical engineering. The student would primarily work with Maher Al-Badri (UAF Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) but would be part of the larger UAF team funded under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s Submarine Hydrokinetic and Riverine Kilo-megawatt Systems (SHARKS) program (UAF, Bladerunner Energy, C-Motivem, and Moshmann Research). The student will do bench-top characterization of the performance of the novel electrostatic generator built and designed by C-Motive. Contact Maher at email@example.com.
- The University Marine Energy Research Community research landscape workshop series aims to promote knowledge transfer and collaboration between universities, national laboratories and industry. A research landscape will visually map out and describe the people, research and technologies in the sector, including how they intersect and complement one another. Learn more and register here.
- 2021 Anchor QEA Scholarship —Applications are being accepted from now until Nov. 24, 2021, with awards in January 2022. To be eligible, applicants need to be graduate students majoring in engineering, environmental sciences, planning and restoration, or a related technical field. Half of all scholarship funds are committed for Black, Indigenous and people of color candidates and increased consideration of financial need for applicants. Anchor QEA is a nationwide engineering and construction management firm based in Amesbury, Massachusetts.
- Pacific Northwest National Lab’s Marine and Coastal Research Lab is seeking electrical and computer engineers to support their marine energy work. Details are available at https://careers.pnnl.gov/jobs/2414?lang=en-us and https://careers.pnnl.gov/jobs/2413?lang=en-us.
- DOE Water Power Technologies Office Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Fellowships — The program provides funding (salary, benefits, tuition and research/travel support) to Ph.D. students for one year, of which at least six months must be spent at a host institution and no more than six months must be spent at your home institution. The definition of a host institution is flexible (e.g., private industry, national laboratories — including remote work locations, tribes, etc.), but does not include other academic institutions. The Pacific Marine Energy Center has had multiple ORISE fellows in the first two cohorts, so please reach out to them if you are interested in applying and have any questions. Applications due: Dec. 10, 2021, at 1 p.m.
Jeremy VanderMeer leads a microgrid exercise during the 2019 Microgrid Boot Camp. Photo by Amanda Byrd.