Energy Systems Laboratory

(Application period closed for 2024-2025)

The Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) software development team at Texas A&M creates software that helps to reduce energy use in existing buildings using “big data” and engineering skills. We create software that simulates, visualizes, and analyzes energy processes in buildings.

We’re a tight-knit team that provides significant personal growth and will train the selected students in our design methodology. We will train you on the software we use (C#, Javascript, etc) and help you develop solid system design skills. Many of our students stay with us until they graduate from Texas A&M, and some continue to work with us as graduate students and post-docs. After graduation, our students leave better equipped for the job market.

Here’s the profile we’re looking for:
  • Intended Major: Mechanical, electrical or computer engineering student
  • Year: Currently a Freshman or Sophomore
  • Role: Design and program with a small team on high impact projects
  • Eager to learn: C#, SQL, Javascript, Mechanical Systems, HVAC, simulation.
  • GPA: Over 3.0 with 3.5 desired
  • Start Date: 2024-05-28
  • Able to work:
    • Summer 2024: 40 hours per week on TAMU-RELLIS campus
    • Fall 2024, Spring 2025: 10-15 hours per week on TAMU main campus
  • Can work for the University, and starting pay-rate is $13/hour

If interested: Send resume, current unofficial transcript, your desired engineering track (ME, CS, EE, CE, etc.), and currently-planned graduation date to [email protected] with subject line:”Energy Systems Lab Software Team looking for Student Workers”

(Application period closed for 2024-2025).