The candidate will investigate physicochemical processes in geological environments from an atomistic level in order to advance the molecular-scale basis of carbon transformations. The research will be conducted as part of a collaborative initiative to develop nature-inspired and/or engineered strategies for CO2 utilization and geological storage.
Develop advanced algorithms, models, prototype and deployment solutions to address challenging scientific and engineering problems for exploration and production (E&P) applications. Serve as a bridge between machine learning (ML), data science and subject matter applications.
The Geoscience Technician for Apache Corporation will be a member of Apache’s Corporate Development team at the company’s Houston, TX office reporting to the Reservoir Engineer Manager – Corporate Development.
As a Fuel Cell Mechanical Engineer, you will:
Support Johnson Space Center’s activities space exploration programs utilizing fuel cells for primary lander/spacecraft power source and other applications. Work in a team environment to analyze requirements from partners and assist in developing fuel cell system design solutions.
The Geotechnical Engineering Manager must have a minimum of a Master of Science in civil engineering. Applicant should specialize in geotechnical engineering. An applicant with a Ph.D. degree from the United States and a bachelor’s and/or master’s degrees from other countries is also acceptable. Applicant must have a minimum of six years of experience. Experience in foreign countries does not count. The applicant must be a licensed professional engineer (P.E.) in the United States.