Research Engineer (PhD Student) – Optical Measurement Techniques
The work focuses on the detailed investigation of flow, mixture preparation, injection, ignition, combustion, pollutant formation, knocking and pre-ignition in large engines. These processes are investigated by fundamental investigations on single-cylinder research engines as well as on special test rigs with the aid of sophisticated measurement technology, including optical technology. The aim of the investigations is to analyze and understand these processes in order to provide data for the modeling and improvement of combustion systems. Research Assistant / Ph.D. Student
Setup fundamental experiments on various test rigs which make it possible to measure combustion-relevant processes at defined conditions.
Plan and execute the tests, select suitable measurement techniques to ensure the best possible performance as a basis for the development of simulation models.
Analyze the results to gain a deeper understanding of the influence and interactions of different boundary conditions on the relevant phenomena
Develop and improve measurement concepts and measurement techniques
Validate the measurements and make the results usable for numerical analyses, simulation and model development
Communicate the measurement results in regular internal meetings and to project partners
Disseminate the project results in the form of scientific publications and elaborate a PhD thesis
Qualified degree (MSc, Dipl.-Ing) in Physics
Strong interpersonal skills with initiative and perseverance
English fluent, German would be an asset
A valid work permit for Austria is a prerequisite
Doctoral thesis within an exciting research project
Availability of outstanding research infrastructure
Self-reliant work in an excellent team and with international partners
Possibilities for further personal and professional development
Earliest starting date:
January 14, 2019
Salary: The monthly salary for this full time position is € 2.794,60 gross.
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