FPGA developer- 12 month contract- €85p/h-Munich

Vertragsart:
Vor Ort
Start:
01/2020
Dauer:
keine Angabe
Ort:
Munich
Eingestellt:
24.12.2019
Land:
flag_no Deutschland
Projekt-ID:
1866664

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FPGA developer- freelance role- 12 month contract- €85/h- Munich- January start

One of my fastest growing clients' needs your inspiration to deliver their innovation. They are looking for a freelancer to join their team of highly skilled engineers and to help design, research and develop the next generation of products in their wind sensor range. Working with very advanced technology, your creative mind will be put to work on a wide range of projects within the company - from improving current products, to inventing new ones, to enhancing the automation of the production facilities.

Role:
  • Interpretation of system requirements to generate detailed formal specifications.
  • Conceptual and detailed design from first principals of control system hardware and software as applied to permanent magnet, reluctance and induction machine types for various application, including PHEV/BEV/FCEV.
  • Support build and testing of prototype electric machine control systems.
  • Support progressing designs from ideas to prototypes with the development of detailed models and supporting engineering documentation, through prototype build, testing and validation.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of new technology and recent developments and trends in the research and academic arena related to motion control technologies.
  • Research into novel high-performance motor control algorithms.


What you will need As an Electric Motor Engineer:
  • In-depth understanding and experience in designing and developing high performance AC electrical machine drives, typically including permanent magnet, SRM and induction machines.
  • Detailed knowledge of motor control strategy, fundamentals of vector & flux motor control theory & techniques etc.
  • Proven track record developing traction motor control algorithms using model-based design, e.g. Matlab/Simulink/TargetLink, including SIL, MIL & HIL simulation.
  • Proven experience of designing control algorithm in Matlab/Simulink for implementation onto FPGA hardware or microcontrollers.
  • Understanding of interfaces to common EV subsystems, e.g. battery management, HVAC etc.
  • Proven experience of functional safety requirements, i.e. ISO26262, and software interfacing e.g. AUTOSAR.
  • Experience with developing advanced motor control strategies, e.g. sensorless control.


If you are interested please apply immediately or send your up to date CV to

The client is interviewing from the first week of January.