Computational Scientist II

Job Locations US-OR-Bend
Job ID
2018-1683
# of Openings
1
Category
Demand Energy - Engineering

Overview

 

The Computational Scientist II is a key member of a team developing and implementing unique and powerful control algorithms for a wide variety of energy applications.

Responsibilities

 

 

1. Contribute to improved numerical and architectural approaches for control systems. For example, contribute to the system’s:

a. computational efficiency

b. maintainability

c. flexibility / extensibility

d. reliability

2. Work with the Engineering Team to help productize and deploy complex control algorithms.

3. Participate in commissioning and monitoring of energy storage systems

4. Collect and interpret field data from active energy storage systems

 

 

Knowledge skills and abilities

 

  

Proficiency in numerical methods. Examples of numerical algorithms with which the applicant should be familiar

a. Nonlinear regression

b. Optimization

c. Differentiation and integration

d. Solving systems of equations

e. Time discretization and simulation

f. Interpolation

2. Proficiency with Matlab

3. Proficiency developing object oriented software (preferably Java 8) using test-driven development techniques

4. Proficiency with Linux

5. Proficiency with Eclipse or IntelliJ or similar

6. Strong skills in physics and applied mathematics

7. Basic knowledge of electronics and electrical governing equations

8. Highly motivated self-starter that works well independently and within a team-based software development environment.

9. Ability to clearly communicate results of work to peers, customers, and partners

10. Tenacious problem solving abilities.

11. Strong attention to detail based on vigilance in the analysis to enable correct conclusions

 

 

 

Qualifications

 

MS or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, or related field

 6-8 years’ experience in software development for mathematical or scientific applications

 

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