The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment fosters a vibrant atmosphere where deep collaboration, engagement, passion, and curiosity among faculty, researchers, students, and staff are highly valued. The Andlinger Center is continuously looking for talented and dedicated individuals who want to join our team and help fulfill the center’s mission: to provide clean energy for a rapidly growing world population while preserving our natural resources.
The program administrator serves as primary administrative support for external partnerships, including Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership (E-ffiliates). The position administers this program and its relevant activities and partnership events, and works closely with the associate director and assistant director of external partnerships to implement policy and administer its operations.
The program administrator is also the lead for research, partnership and outreach activities and responsible for the successful organization and execution of large to medium-sized events and program activities, such as executive education program, annual conference, research workshops, involving thought leaders in industry and within the scientific community. In collaboration with the associate and assistant directors, the program administrator may also support the development of programming.
Princeton University invites applicants for an assistant, associate or full professor level in the field of sustainable energy science, engineering and technology in the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (acee.princeton.edu). We invite candidates from all disciplines in engineering and the sciences to apply. The successful candidate will be jointly appointed between the Andlinger Center and an academic department consistent with the candidate’s expertise.
We are specifically interested in candidates with a strong track record and expertise in energy storage. Energy storage systems of interest include energy storage technologies (e.g., batteries, capacitors, compressed gas, flow cells, fuel cells, hydroelectricity, liquid fuels, superconductors, thermal management), energy infrastructure (e.g., carbon capture linked to energy storage systems, integration and maximized efficiency of stored energy into electricity grids, integrating storage systems into the energy economy), and others.
We are particularly interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of our academic community. Candidates are encouraged to apply before November 30, 2019.
Complete applications, including cover letter, curriculum vitae, and succinct descriptions of teaching and research interests should be submitted online at www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/13281. Applicants will also be required to submit names and contact information for three references.
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University established the Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows Program to attract distinguished visitors who will enrich the research and/or teaching missions of the Andlinger Center. Applicants must propose a set of activities designed to enrich teaching and/or research at the Andlinger Center that go beyond contributing to the visitor’s career development, research, teaching, and/or advancing a collaborator’s research.
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University established the Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship Program to attract promising doctoral graduates who will enrich the research and/or teaching missions of the Andlinger Center. Fellows have the opportunity to collaborate with the center’s associated faculty and research staff members on innovative energy and environmental projects.
The Paul A. Maeder ’75 Fund for Innovation in Energy and the Environment supports the Maeder Graduate Fellowship in Energy and the Environment. Each year, faculty members nominate the very best post-generals, non-DCE graduate students performing research related to energy and/or the environment as impacted by energy. The student may be enrolled in any Ph.D. program on campus and nominations from departments outside of engineering are encouraged.
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (ACEE) invites undergraduates to apply for paid summer internships. Funding will be provided for research projects performed under the direction of faculty doing research in areas related to the center’s mission of finding solutions to secure our energy and environmental future. More information about the internship program can be found here.
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (ACEE) welcomes proposals for undergraduate student group and individual projects in areas related to energy and the environment. Applications may be submitted through the Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE) and must include a detailed proposal, budget, names of group leaders (if applying for group funding), and student transcript(s). Proposals should be no more than two pages and clearly identify the applicability to ACEE’s mission of providing solutions to energy- and environment-related challenges. Students from all university departments are welcome to apply.
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