Major responsibilities

  • Develop and apply 1D simulation tools to investigate different overall engine system layouts and operating strategies
  • Design and prepare an SCR catalyst test system for a single cylinder research engine
  • Plan, prepare and execute experimental tests on a single cylinder research engine
  • Investigate and evaluate the latest SCR catalyst technologies, engine operating strategies and reducing agent supply strategies
  • Analyze the results of simulation and experimental testing and deduce the most promising solution for validation on a multicylinder engine
  • Support concept validation on a multicylinder engine
  • Communicate the project results in regular internal meetings and to project partners
  • Disseminate the project results in the form of scientific publications and develop a doctoral thesis

Your profile

  • Qualified degree (Dipl.-Ing, MSc) in mechanical engineering or related field
  • Analytical skills and technical writing skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, initiative, creativity and perseverance
  • Fluent in German and/or English
  • Experience working with 1D simulation tools (e.g., GT Power) and engine test bed operation preferred
  • Valid work permit in Austria required

Our offer

  • Doctoral thesis related to an exciting research project
  • Outstanding research infrastructure
  • Independent work in an excellent team and with international partners
  • Personal and professional development opportunities
  • Full-time position with an annual gross salary of € 39,100
  • Earliest starting date: February 1, 2019

 

The LEC supports equal opportunity and diversity. We are looking for committed and motivated individuals with a talent for research. Become part of our successful LEC team! We look forward to your application.

 

Contact:
For additional information please contact:

Johannes Kreil
HR Manager

Email: career@lec.tugraz.at