What does the role involve?
You will use electrochemical simulations to assess the potential of early stage cell technologies for our high-power demanding applications. By further adapting and improving our simulation tools, you will ensure quantitative and reliable predictions. The experimental determination of parameters will be in your responsibility, as well as the validation and interpretation of the simulation results. Together with an interdisciplinary team you will use your technological assessments and insights to further improve our battery systems. You will have the unique opportunity to work on all aspects of battery technology, starting at basic cell chemistry topics, up to system topics on pack and charger level.
What you need is:
University degree in electrical engineering, physics or a similar engineering/scientific discipline, with a PhD in a battery relevant field or comparable working experience
Experience in electrochemical simulations of Li-Ion systems (ideally in Comsol)
Sound knowledge in battery technology and its applications in electrical systems
To be an open-minded team player with interdisciplinary mindset and a systematic approach
Ability to communicate effectively in English