The candidate must have a Master degree or equivalent from an academic institution in Electrical Engineering.
The candidate should have VERY strong theoretical knowledge and interest in both experimental and modeling work in the field of power electronics, Real-time workshop (RTW) implementation, their control systems and optimization.
The candidate should also have good communication skills in English (speaking and writing), demonstrate initiative and be proactive in the project.
The applicant should have ability to work independently, to carry out complicated tasks, and be a part of a large team with highly communication skills.
Preferred skill requirements include knowledge of power electronics (i.e. DC/DC converters, charging systems, DC/AC inverters, etc.), electric machines, (hybrid) electric vehicles, control and optimization strategies and Matlab/Simulink.
The candidate is expected to endorse the educational vision of the university (full text available on the university website).