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Vielen Dank für Ihr Verständnis. Student assistant at the Reliability and Risk Engineering Laboratory 20%-30%, Zurich, fixed-term The Reliability and Risk Engineering (RRE) Laboratory is looking for a student research assistant for the autumn semester 2021 working approximately 10 hours per week to support ongoing research activities.
Project background The student would support the lab with ongoing research activities. Our research aims at identifying and mitigating systemic risks in interdependent critical infrastructure networks by quantitatively defining reliability, vulnerability, and risk within these systems.
With our modelling, we strive to inform policymakers in the transition to resilient, fair, and sustainable energy and critical infrastructure systems.
Our methods encompass hybrid analytical and computational tools for analyzing failure behavior of engineered complex systems, models for the planning and operation of resilient multi-energy systems, and data-driven approaches for understanding physical infrastructure evolution of real systems.
Job description The student assistant will support the researchers of the lab with various tasks. These include : Literature research Data collection Data pre-processing Support sensitivity and uncertainty analyses Support coding activities Your profile You should be a student at ETH Zurich or the University of Zurich with a background in a quantitative discipline such as engineering, applied physics or mathematics.
He or she should have a strong interest in interdependent infrastructure networks, especially energy systems. Programming skills (e.
g. Python and / or Matlab), as well as experience in optimization are a plus. A solid command of the English language is essential.
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