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Position: Trainee
Institution: Paul Scherrer Institut
Location: Villigen, Aargau, Switzerland
Duties: You will participate in the study of the thermal-mechanical design of these new RF components by using the Multiphysics software ANSYS, which is based on the finite element method. Furthermore, you will actively join the discussion with engineers and technicians at the PSI workshop in order to give consulting and support to the RF section in the evaluation and realization of these new RF components
Requirements: You are a physics/engineering student (minimum 4 semesters); You are motivated in performing numerical simulations and you have a general interest in designing products that are actually manufactured; You have basic skills in programming; You are open-minded, communicative and enjoy working in an international team; You have not yet completed your Master’s thesis
   
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For the Large Research Facilities Division we are looking for a Trainee Mechanical design and thermal analysis of key RF components for the PSI Linear Accelerators Linac Your tasks You will participate in the study of the thermal-mechanical design of these new RF components by using the Multiphysics software ANSYS, which is based on the finite element method. Furthermore, you will actively join the discussion with engineers and technicians at the PSI workshop in order to give consulting and support to the RF section in the evaluation and realization of these new RF components. Your profile You are a physics / engineering student (minimum 4 semesters) You are motivated in performing numerical simulations and you have a general interest in designing products that are actually manufactured You have basic skills in programming You are open-minded, communicative and enjoy working in an international team You have not yet completed your Master’s thesis We offer Our institution is based on an interdisciplinary, innovative and dynamic collaboration. The contract will be limited to 3 months. For further information, please contact Mr Reto Fortunati, phone 41 56 310 23 05. Please submit your application online for the position as a Trainee (index no. 8415-T1). 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