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John Brunner has joined the EERC as a Research Engineer with the Advanced Energy Systems team. John 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.

“The EERC has a unique and dynamic working environment. Everyday is different and exciting, and I have the chance to work along side of and learn from veteran and experienced research professionals,” said John.

John is a familiar face around the EERC; he worked here as a student assistant in both Facilities & Safety and the Advanced Energy Systems groups since 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Dakota.

“Working here as a student gave me the opportunity to work in something engineering-related while in school. Some of the projects I worked on as a student I’m now able to continue working but on a larger scale,” said John. 

Originally from Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, John enjoys hunting and fishing. He is also a car enthusiast. While he was a student, John was a member of and technical lead for the University of North Dakota’s Formula SAE Engine and Drivetrain team for 3 years.