VTT Summer Internships 2019: Software development in Energy systems
Do you want to join us to develop new open source tools for the energy community?
With us you will be responsible for
You will participate in the development of open source energy systems modelling software. Our tools enable comprehensive analysis of energy systems with high shares of variable renewable power generation and increasing demand side participation. The tools are used to explore cost efficient pathways to address climate change and other environmental concerns related to energy in different parts of the world. Alternatively, it is possible to perform a thesis assignment for us. You will work as a member of the Power Systems and Renewables research team.
We expect you to have
• Following a M.Sc. degree programme in a relevant field
• Understanding of open source software development
• Experience with data analysis in Python, Julia or R
• Willingness to learn about energy systems and renewable energy
• Good skills in English, both oral and written
As a person you are
• Motivated to work in a multidisciplinary environment
• Curious and open-minded
• Willingness to learn new things
• A team-player with ability to work independently
• Outgoing with good communication skills and professional attitude
At VTT, we believe that our impact is built on scientific and technological excellence in all our work. Our people is the core of the next generation VTT. Our personnel’s wellbeing and competence development are key priorities. You will be a part of a creative and international working environment. We offer versatile, independent and challenging tasks and the needed support and coaching.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to be part of development of new tools and technologies, solutions and services in the area of Design and Operation of Energy Systems together with VTT´s top experts.
For further information
For more information about the position, you can contact Geert-Jan Bluemink, Research Team Leader, Power Systems and Renewables (tel. +358 20 722 2139) on 25.01.2019 or 28.01.2019 between 13:00 and 15:00.