As a follow-on to the informal invitation made at the Radiance 2009 Workshop, I'd like to extend an invitation to interested individuals to join a team of motivated building scientists, architects, and engineers developing new daylighting tools and technology solutions that will provide highly efficient solutions for the next generation of net zero energy buildings.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California has a new opening in the Building Technology Department for a Radiance Senior Scientific Engineering Associate. The successful candidate will participate in the development, validation and maintenance of the next generation of facade, lighting and daylighting simulation and analysis tools and utilize these tools for the design, evaluation, and operation of innovative low-energy building solutions.
Details are posted at: http://cjo.lbl.gov/details.asp?jid=23906&p=1 <http://cjo.lbl.gov/details.asp?jid=23906&p=1>
For an informal discussion about the opening, call Eleanor Lee (510 486 4997).
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