As an Intern, you will learn about and work on various safety-critical mechatronics systems within the Chassis Engineering organization. In addition, you will be heavily involved in understanding and informing decisions for Chassis-specific low-voltage systems integral to fully electric, autonomous vehicles. The Intern reports in to the Digital Dynamics Manager.
Contribute to the conceptualization, specification and delivery of various safety-critical mechatronic systems within the vehicle;
Review and develop best practices in vehicle & system control, system integration and security;
Collaborate with cross-functional teams within Byton;
Learn about predictive verification of system performance where appropriate using a wide range of tools, including but not limited to first principles analysis, 1-D modelling and complex numerical methods such as hardware-in-the-loop testing;
Review design verification plans for systems, subsystems and components;
Support overall vehicle development milestones and prototype/production build events.
Completed two years of study in a four-year engineering course;
Enthusiastic attitude, willingness to learn;
Interest in data acquisition systems and signal processing;
Growth mindset when presented with unfamiliar engineering issues;
Interest in adjacent disciplines, e.g. core vehicle dynamics, chassis mechanical design;
Interest in Autonomous driving/Driver Assistance Systems;
Willingness to develop and pursue parallel paths to engineering solutions;
Enthusiasm for in-situ problem solving;
Proven attention to detail and time management skills.