The Bits & Watts Initiative is excited to announce the opening of three post-doc positions to begin in 2020.
State Grid Corporation of China provides funding for two postdoctoral positions for recent Ph.D. graduates to work on creative, multidisciplinary research projects that explore new directions for the digital transformation of electric grid. This research is intended complement the continuing work of Stanford faculty to develop a new grid paradigm that is needed to incorporate large amounts of clean power and a growing number of distributed energy resources, while simultaneously enabling grid reliability, resilience, security and affordability. Potential projects span a variety of disciplines. Candidates from groups that are under-represented in their disciplines, including women, ethnic minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply when applications open again in October 2020
One opening for a creative software professional who will lead the design and implementation of the EV50 Overlay Network (EON) and its cloud-based control plane. This individual will play an important leadership role in building the EV50 exemplar infrastructure and open source platforms for the community in collaboration with a great team of students and other software developers and will also work with the larger interdisciplinary EV50 team at Stanford. Additional information and application for EV50 Overlay Network Software Lead.