Graduate StudentsCEERE may have opportunities for graduate research assistants, who will pursue their M.S. degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering while working approximately 20 hours/week in the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC). Thesis research topics related to clean energy technologies will be determined based on research needs and the background and interest of the student. We are not currently seeking new Ph.D. students.
We seek graduate students who
Graduate assistants receive a tuition scholarship, a stipend of approximately $22,000 per year, and medical insurance.
- Have a B.S. degree in mechanical or industrial engineering, or a related field
- Are interested in energy technology areas such as industrial energy use and demand-side management, district energy, microgrids, combined heat and power, and energy storage (those with other interests can review a full list of research labs and centers in our department, including the Wind Energy Center)
- Are eligible for admission to the University of Massachusetts Graduate School in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department
- Have good oral and written communication skills
Learn more about our graduate program on the MIE Department website, about admissions on the Graduate School website, and about networking opportunities and careers for alumni on our alumni page.
Interested applicants should contact Dr. Beka Kosanovic
CEERE welcomes motivated undergraduate students to work with us and gain valuable experience with energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. Contact Dr. Beka Kosanovic for more information.