The Integrated Design Lab at Montana State University specializes in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) research, building energy modeling, and daylighting analysis.  Undergraduate and graduate students from various disciplines (ME, MET, ARCH, CS, etc...) are provided opportunities to participate in various energy based research projects. Currently the lab is looking to hire ME or MET undergraduates to work on energy dashboard development, measurement and verification of HVAC systems in the built environment, performance testing of heating and cooling equipment, and evaluation of unglazed transpired solar collectors.  Students working in the lab will have opportunities to participate in projects located across campus and at remote research sites throughout the Gallatin Valley and Yellowstone National Park (YNP).  Successful candidates will be allowed to work up to 20hr/wk during the academic year and 40hr/wk during the summer.

  • Expected start date: As soon as possible or summer internship (May - August, 2016)
  • Salary: $12/hr (academic year), $14/hr (summer)
  • Intererested students should contact Professor Kevin Amende at [email protected] or 406-994-6304