We’re working on the future. If you are seeking an iterative fast-paced environment where you can drive innovation, apply state-of-the-art technologies to solve extreme-scale real world challenges, and provide visible benefit to end-users, this is your opportunity.
Come work on the Amazon Prime Air team!
The Fuels and Energy Conversion group is looking for an outstanding research scientist who combines superb technical, research and analytical capabilities with a demonstrated ability to get the right things done quickly and effectively. This person must be comfortable working with a diverse team of hardware and software engineers. You will work hard, have fun, and of course, make history!
The ideal candidate will help the team in the following ways: 1. Develop simulation models and control algorithms for energy storage and conversion devices, such as batteries. 2. Define and execute testing of energy storage devices to validate simulation models and estimation algorithms. 3. Work closely with other software engineers to deploy algorithms to hardware. 4. Communicate with other teams to understand their roadmaps and ensure we are building the right models at the right time.
If this sounds like the role for you, come make history with us!
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BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · MS or PhD in an engineering discipline or physics · 3+ years direct experience in research, development and testing of energy storage and conversion systems · Proficiency in Python or MATLAB
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · 5+ years direct experience in research, development and testing of energy storage and conversion systems · Proficiency in C/C++ and Python or MATLAB · Experience deploying algorithms to hardware · Experience with electric drivetrains, propulsion systems, and power electronics