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Thesis - Development of sensors & test systems for fuel cells of electric vehicles

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We offer the following reserach topic:

Thesis - Development of sensors & test systems for fuel cells of electric vehicles

What we offer you

  • Development of innovative concepts in combination with optical measurement technologies
  • Analytical calculation / programming of readout and evaluation of sensor systems 
  • Realization and construction of demonstrators (prototypes)
  • Testing of components / systems in the laboratory in Graz
  • Evaluation of laboratory and simulation results in the field

What we look for

  • Basic knowledge in sensor technology and electrical drive systems 
  • Good knowledge in C++, Python, MatLab or similar
  • Basic knowledge in CFD and additive manufacturing advantageous
  • Structured and independent way of working with willingness to learn
  • Good knowledge of German and English
  • For laboratory activities: Presence in Graz required

Which study tracks we prefer

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemical and Process Engineering
  • or similar

About AVL

AVL is one of the world’s leading mobility technology companies for development, simulation and testing in the automotive industry, and in other sectors. As a global technology provider, AVL offers concepts, solutions and methodologies in the fields of e-mobility, ADAS and autonomous driving, vehicle integration, digitalization, virtualization, Big Data, and much more.

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The successful completion of the thesis is remunerated with a one-time fee of EUR 3.300,-- before tax.

You don't want to write your final thesis just for the books, then explore the mobility of the future together with us! Maybe you will be a part of it soon!

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