Research Assistant/Associate (f/m/d) (TME-No.: 178_220500)
PhD position in the field of PEM fuel cells/systems
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Lehrstuhl für Thermodynamik mobiler Energiewandlungssysteme und Institut für Thermodynamik
At the Chair of Thermodynamics of Mobile Energy Conversion Systems (TME) and the Center for Mobile Propulsion (CMP) under the direction of Prof. Dr.-Ing. (USA) Stefan Pischinger, research on all topics concerning the vehicle powertrain is conducted. Core focus is still the research on conventional combustion engine development like the implementation of innovative engine designs, fundamental research on more efficient combustion processes also in combination with alternative fuels or the improvement of the engine mechanics and aftertreatment systems. Additional research areas include virtual engine development, hybrid powertrains, electromobility as well as fuel cells and mechatronics for combustion engines. At any time research is closely associated with the ongoing development of intelligent methods for test procedures and engine calibration. The Chair of Thermodynamics of Mobile Energy Conversion Systems employs more than 260 scientific, technical and administrative employees as well as student assistants.
- University degree (Master's degree or equivalent) in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering
- Knowledge of modeling/simulation of fuel cell (systems), preferably in Matlab/Simulink or Modelica, experience in measurement data evaluation and test bench operation advantageous
- Basic knowledge of PEM fuel cells/systems and electric powertrains advantageous
- Good computer skills
- Fluent in english
- Ability to work independently and scientifically
- Creative, flexible and team-orientation
Your Duties and Responsibilities
- Development of fuel cell systems for mobile applications
- Experimental investigation of aging effects on the single cell and stack test bench.
- Analysis of aging data using AI and Big Data approaches
- Development of aging models for lifetime prediction and for model predictive control
What We Offer
The successful candidate will be employed under a regular employment contract.
The position is to be filled at the earliest possible date and offered for a fixed term of 1 year.
An extension up to 4 years is provided.
This is a full-time position.
The successful candidate has the opportunity to pursue a doctoral degree in this position.
The salary is based on the German public service salary scale (TV-L).
The position corresponds to a pay grade of EG 13 TV-L.
RWTH is a certified family-friendly University. We support our employees in maintaining a good work-life balance with a wide range of health, advising, and prevention services, for example university sports. Employees who are covered by collective bargaining agreements and civil servants have access to an extensive range of further training courses and the opportunity to purchase a job ticket.
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Lehrstuhl für Thermodynamik Mobiler Energiewandlungssysteme (TME)
Dr. Marco Günther
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