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Jobs in the simulation field

 

Please, use the contact form, if your job offers should be added to this list. It takes up to 8 weeks to add a posting due to the limited working hours of the webmaster.

Country Area Organization Topic
Austria Vienna Austrian Institute of Technology a number of job openings
France, Germany, USA
various
Siemens

a number of job openings, check the general careers page

France Paris area Veolia Research and Innovation 2 permanent positions to initiate the development of Modelica libraries for core activities at Veolia (Energy, Waste, Water)
  • lead developper / product owner
Germany
Dresden
ESI ITI GmbH

a number of job openings, more information are available at www.simulationx.com/iti/jobs.html

Germany Oberpfaffenhofen
(near Munich)
German Aerospace Center
Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics (jobs).
various
Ireland Cork United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Ltd. Aerospace Systems engineering role with emphasis on multi-scale, multi-physics modeling of aircraft systems and subsystems in Modelica. Full description here
Sweden, Germany, USA
Lund, Göteborg, München, Stuttgart, Hartford, Ann Arbor MODELON AB A number of job openings
United Kingdom
Enstone (vicinity of Oxford)
Charge Engineering
multiple openings for automotive systems modelling using Modelica
USA Berkley
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory The Simulation Research Group is seeking a researcher to conduct research, develop and deploy new generation modeling tools for building design and operation based on the Modelica and FMI standards. For more information, visit

Student projects in the simulation field

 

Please, use the contact form, if your student project offers should be added to this list. It takes up to 8 weeks to add a posting due to the limited working hours of the webmaster.

Country Area Organization Topic
France
Paris area
Veolia Research and Innovation Several internships in systems modelling - Modelica/Dymola based chemical, biological and thermic process engineering. more details on the positions
Germany
Dresden
ESI ITI GmbH

ITI GmbH is supporting students during their theses or internships especially in the area of modeling and simulation of dynamic systems. Current topics are:

  • Software developer (Topic Simulation Software)
  • Engineers (Topic Hydraulics/Pneumatics)
  • Engineers (Topic Vehicle Power Transmission)
  • Engineers (Topic HiL/Real-time Simulation)
More information are available at www.itisim.com.
Germany
Hamburg
Flowserve Hamburg GmbH
Contact: Dr. Nick Raabe
Modelling of electrical machines and their components (thermal modelling, cable, switching, magnetic circuits, power electronics)
Germany Oberpfaffenhofen
(near Munich)
German Aerospace Center
Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics (jobs and student page).

Germany Ottobrunn
(near Munich)
Eurocopter Deutschland GmbH
Boris.Grohmann@Eurocopter.com
Modelling of Electro-Mechanical Actuation Systems for Helicopters: Eurocopter in Ottobrunn/Munich offers student projects/thesis in the field of modelling and simulation of electro-mechanical actuation systems for helicopters.
Ireland Cork United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Ltd. UTRC-I currently has a PhD student / MSc student internship opportunity for 6 months with an immediate start. This internship program will involve multi-domain, hierarchical modeling and analysis of on-board mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems on aircraft and exploration of optimal architectures. Modelica modeling language is required. To be eligible to apply for the position, candidates must be legally entitled to work and reside in Ireland. Contact: Dr. Virgilio Valdivia-Guerrero (e-mail: guerrevv at utrc.utc.com).
Sweden Stockholm KTH - Smart Transmission Systems Laboratory SmarTS-Lab offers MSc thesis projects regularly related to the iPSL library for Modelica.
Sweden Lund MODELON AB Modelon offers Master Thesis projects on selected subjects in Physical Systems modelling.
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