Are you interested in turning thermodynamics, 3D printing technology and mechanical engineering into sustainable technology? Do you like to look to the bigger picture, next to solving technical challenges? Can you act both thoughtfull and hands on?
At the moment we’ve got the following vacancies. Other vacancies may follow shortly, so keep an eye on this website and feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Vacancy: internship Material study on 3D printed polymers
Different prototypes and eventually even commercial products are produced using a custum built FDM 3D printer. (Build envelope 500x500x300).
The 3D printed products ultimately have to withstand conditions that could be considered tough for polymers (high temperature, high humidity, abrasive loads). You will study the different polymers already available on the market, print prototypes and put those to the test.
Your background: you have worked before with 3D printing and/or have basic knowledge about thermoplastic polymers and eager to learn more.
Vacancy: internship (or thesis) Thermodynamics applied in industrial equipment
Thermodynamics is a scientific field where practical insights and real life experiments still offer substantial value. Empirical results are required to fully understand the behaviour of equipment. By combining practical experiments with academic knowledge you help to deepen our insights into the equipment being developed.
Your background: You’re a MSc student in Mechanical Engineering, Physics or Process Technology. You have a hands on attitude and experience in modelling in Matlab. Self-driven and eager to learn.
Vacancy: Internship Mechanical Engineering
In your role as mechanical engineer, you design and build prototypes and pilot-installations. You have good skills in working with CAD software and basic knowledge on heat and flow and/or 3D printing. You are skilful in both hands and mind.