ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 130 000 people.
Corporate Research Center located in Krakow is one of seven ABB research units in the world. Here we create innovative solutions for our products and systems. It is unique opportunity for you to work on international projects in interdisciplinary scientific teams. To our team we are looking for a candidate for a position: R&D Engineer - Power Electronics.
Job Reference Code: PL462
■Execute development projects according to budget and schedule;
■Contribute to the prototyping, assembling and testing of PE converters;
■Document project results;
■Cooperate with international teams.
University education in Power Electronics;
■PhD degree as a additional advantage;
■Deep knowledge in converter design, control and modulation;
■Cooperation with thermal and mechanical design teams to optimize the performance of power electronic converters;
■Experience in simulations (MATLAB/Simulink, PSpice, etc.), prototyping and hardware design;
■Analytical skills to solve problems systematically;
■Proactive, motivated and open-minded, results oriented team player;
■Fluent English, good communication skills.
■Cooperation with technology development international teams;
■Exciting work environment for further professional development;
■Work in an employee-oriented company;
■Friendly work environment with great team spirit;
■Attractive salary based on your professional experience and skills.:
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