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Modeling Center Intern – Champaign, IL
This is a non-exempt level position.
About the Internship:

The engineering modeling intern will use engineering skills and the sciences to create models of ADM’s industrial chemical and biochemical processes. These models will predict the behavior of unit operations involved in the production of ethanol, biodiesel, second generation bio-fuels, propylene glycol, or other products. The unit operations modeled may include chemical reactors, distillation columns, heat exchangers, compressors, turbines, dryers, extraction columns, and others. The modeling intern will use modeling languages and environments such as Aspen Plus, Excel and VB, and the resulting models will be used in process optimization and cost estimation.
The intern will work at the ADM Sustainable Bio-Energy Modeling Center, interacting with ADM scientists and engineers located at the Center and other ADM locations.

Candidates will be currently enrolled at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a graduate student or have senior standing at the beginning of Fall session. Candidates will be enrolled in the chemical engineering curriculums.
During Fall/Spring terms the interns will work at least10 hours per week, and during Summer, they will work 40 hours per week. Interns must provide their own transportation to and from work.

ADM is an EOE for minorities, females, protected veterans and individuals with a disability.

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