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Position: Research Associate for the Mathematical Modelling and Simulation of Electrochemical Cells
Institution: Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
Location: Winterthur, Zürich, Switzerland
Duties: The scope of duties of the position includes the cooperation in a research project, in particular a European project with an international consortium composed of academic and industrial partners: Mathematical modelling of fuel cells for the decarbonisation of heavy-duty vehicles; Model implementation and numerical simulation; Preparation of parameter studies, model validation, analysis and evaluation of measurement data; Development of graphical user interfaces for the use of the models by the customer
Requirements: You have a degree in physics, mathematics or engineering. A good understanding of physics is required to model materials properties and transport of mass, momentum, charge, and heat. Experience in the numerical solution of differential equations is needed. Previous knowledge of electrochemistry is a highly-valued skill. Programming skills in a common (scientific) programming language for numerical simulation are advantageous. In addition, you are highly self-motivated, proactive, flexible and enjoy a result-oriented way of working. Professional fluency in English is required, knowledge of German is not indispensable, but may prove useful
   
Text: Research Associate for the Mathematical Modelling and Simulation of Electrochemical Cells 100 % Mathematical models are used for the design and analysis of efficient, durable, and low-emission energy converters. At the ICP, we develop numerical models of electrochemical energy devices such as fuel cells for transport applications or redox flow batteries for the stationary storage of renewable electricity. School: School of Engineering Starting date: February 2023 Your role The scope of duties of the position includes the cooperation in a research project, in particular a European project with an international consortium composed of academic and industrial partners: Mathematical modelling of fuel cells for the decarbonisation of heavy-duty vehicles Model implementation and numerical simulation Preparation of parameter studies, model validation, analysis and evaluation of measurement data Development of graphical user interfaces for the use of the models by the customer Your profile You have a degree in physics, mathematics or engineering. A good understanding of physics is required to model materials properties and transport of mass, momentum, charge, and heat. Experience in the numerical solution of differential equations is needed. Previous knowledge of electrochemistry is a highly-valued skill. Programming skills in a common (scientific) programming language for numerical simulation are advantageous. In addition, you are highly self-motivated, proactive, flexible and enjoy a result-oriented way of working. Professional fluency in English is required, knowledge of German is not indispensable, but may prove useful. The position is limited to two years. Jetzt online bewerben ­ This is what we stand for is one of Switzerland's largest multidisciplinary universities of applied sciences, with over 14'000 students and 3'400 faculty and staff. As one of the leading technical universities in Switzerland, the focuses on future-oriented topics. 13 institutes and centres guarantee high-quality education as well as research and development with a focus on energy, mobility and health. At the , physicists, mathematicians and engineers work on applying methods and results from basic research to industrial problems. For more than 20 years, the ICP has been developing multiphysics computer models for industrial applications (e.g. in the field of hydrogen technology, photovoltaics or coupled-physics modelling). Together with its partners from science and industry, the ICP develops solutions in applied research and development. Please note that we only consider applications via the online platform. Das dürfen Sie erwarten Wir bieten hochschulgerechte Arbeits- und Anstellungsbedingungen und fördern aktiv die Personalentwicklung unserer Mitarbeitenden und Führungspersonen. Eine detaillierte Beschreibung der Vorteile finden Sie auf der Seite . Hier die wichtigsten Eckpunkte: Contact Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schumacher Electrochemical Cells & Energy Systems Verena Suter Recruiting Manager 2022-10-13 Temporary ZHAW Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Winterthur Region of Winterthur/Schaffhausen 8401
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