Internship ME FEM Simulation Engineer for Electrification Technology (Iasi)
Vitesco Technologies formerly (until September 2019) the Continental Powertrain Division, brings together the full spectrum of Continental’s drivetrain technology expertise. The company’s aim is to develop innovative, efficient electrification technologies for all types of vehicle. Its portfolio includes 48-volt electrification solutions, electric drives, and power electronics for hybrid and battery-electric vehicles. Furthermore, the product range counts electronic controls, sensors and actuators as well as solutions for exhaust after-treatment.Cerinte
• Bachelor student or Master student in a relevant discipline (i.e. Mechanics / Mechatronics / Machine manufacturing / Physics/ Mathematics or other relevant technical fields);
• Good theoretical knowledge on relevant disciplines (e.g. physics, mathematics, strength of materials);
• English – B2 level or higher;
• MS Office suite – independent user.
A mentor will support you through the entire period in order to familiarize you with our products, tools, processes and organization
In Iasi location, the ET (Electrification Technology) ME FEM team activities are focused on performing different types of simulations using ANSYS Workbench and other specialized FEM simulation tools, in close collaboration with the mechanical and electrical engineering teams. The main types of simulations that our team covers include modal, structural, thermal, thermal-electric, mechanical vibrations and fluid dynamics. Simulations are performed for specific automotive products such as Inverters, DC-DC Converters, E-Machines and Battery Monitoring Systems.
We have initiated an internship program for ME FEM Simulation Engineering activities and our team is looking for a suitable candidate.
The ME FEM Simulation Intern will learn how to work with ANSYS Workbench and how to perform basic simulations for components or small systems.
Our internship program has a duration of 6 months and is structured as presented below.
ME FEM Simulation Internship Learning Module:
• Get familiar with Ansys Workbench simulation modules and interfaces;
• Learn how to prepare the geometry for simulation;
• Learn how to assign the correct materials to the corresponding geometry parts;
• Learn how to establish contacts between the geometry parts used in simulation;
• Learn how to set-up the meshing for the geometry parts used in the simulation;
• Learn how to establish boundary conditions for the simulation;
• Learn how to interpret the simulation results correctly;
• Work on actual examples from license/master project or VT ET projects portfolio.
What we offer
• Integration program with trainings and ramp-up plan supported by an assigned mentor;
• Competitive salaries (based on performance) & benefits;
• Health & Wellness (Private Health and Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Sport activities etc.);
• Professional Development Opportunities;
• Flexible working program (Flexible hours, Leaving permissions etc);