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Jace Anderson has joined the EERC as a Research Engineer with the Energy Systems Development team. Jace contributes to the design, modeling, and fabrication of experimental equipment. He interprets data and assists in preparing proposals, reports, and papers, as well as presenting project results to clients.

“What drew me to this job was a combination of wanting a place where I would be challenged and encouraged to expand my knowledge as well as getting the opportunity to be involved in important work and research,” Jace said. “I am especially interested in working hands-on with the systems available at the EERC and being able to work with a diverse client base and staff.”

Jace says it was his interest in trying to figure out how things work, as well as his knack for problem solving, that led him to pursue the field of engineering. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Dakota.

A native of Cloquet, Minnesota, Jace is an avid runner and gym goer who also enjoys reading. Fun facts: In high school, Jace played the euphonium in the concert band and taught himself piano.