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Development of the safety architecture for the battery management systems for solid state batteries and of safety concepts
Experimental cell level safety performance evaluation of solid state battery systems
Virtual battery system safety performance evaluation of solid state battery systems
Development of safety guidelines and recommendations for solid state batteries and of innovative and efficient battery discharging technics for waste battery systems.
Publications in scientific journals and representation of the project, e.g. at international scientific conferences
Continuous coordination with the project partners, ensuring the correct use of funding and reporting.
Master's degree in Electrical, Mechanical or Chemical engineering or similar field
Experience in the industrial fire department, Work safety, THW or similar organizations is an advantage.
Basic programming knowledge in e.g. Matlab, Labview or similar.
Good performance in studies and in former jobs and good teamwork and communication skills
Willingness to learn the use of new technologies, procedures, equipment and to broaden the spectrum of knowledge and skills
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In general, our positions are available on a part-time basis. Severely disabled applicants are given preferential consideration in the event of equal qualification. We are striven to increase the number of employed women and therefore particularly welcoming towards applications from women (Article 7(3) BayGIG).