Researcher in training at IMDEA Energy to work on control of Power Electronics Converters
InstituteIMDEA Energy is a Research Centre created by the Regional Government of “Comunidad de Madrid” to develop world-class R&D on clean and renewable energy. The ultimate goal of the Institute IMDEA Energy is to achieve outstanding scientific and technological contributions in the creation of a sustainable energy system. The aim of the Institute is to make a significant impact in all energy-related research topics by bringing together high quality researchers, providing them with excellent infrastructures and resources and promoting their close collaboration with the industrial sector.
The Electrical Systems Unit of IMDEA Energy is developing technologies for active management of future power networks to enable flexible, efficient and reliable integration of energy sources, storage elements and customer demand.
IMDEA Energy is opening a researcher in training position for Control of Power Electronics Converters, with the following characteristics:
• Development and implementation of control algorithms for power converters.
• Creating test specifications and scenarios.• Preparation of test environment for power electronic converters.
• Conducting tests and preparation of reports.
Your Qualification, Experience and Skills:
• BSc. or MSc. degree in Electrical, Electronic or Industrial Engineering or related disciplines. Having less than 4 years in possession of this bachelor's degree.
• Knowledge of electronic devices, circuits and control.
• Knowledge and experience in power converters.
• Fluent oral and written communication skills in English.
Location: Móstoles, Madrid, Spain.
Remuneration: Depending upon qualification and expertise of the candidate.
Duration: One year appointment.
Reference: 18.20.SE3 PRE
For further information contact: Dr. Milan Prodanovic, E-mail: email@example.com
Applicants should send their Curriculum Vitae, covering letter and student records with the average marks obtained not later than the 20th of September at 15:00h to the following address:
Subject: Reference 18.20.SE3 PRE