General Electric Internship - Electrical Systems for Aviation Propulsion (m/f/d) in Garching, Germany
Job Description Summary
The Hybrid-Propulsion team in Munich is looking for a student with a background in Electrical Power System & Aviation Engineering. The working student will support the Hybrid-Propulsion team in the field of electric power distribution system conceptual design & analysis, considering power electronics, control and energy storage integration.
Join us and you’ll find yourself in a dynamic environment where our ongoing, substantial investment in research and development keeps us looking ahead. At GE Aerospace, we believe the world works better when it flies. As a world-leading provider of jet engines, components, and integrated systems for commercial and military aircraft, our substantial investment in research and development keeps us looking ahead. We have a relentless dedication to the future of safe and sustainable flight and believe in our talented people to make it happen.
The student will be responsible for the planning, execution, and presentation of project results under the supervision of a dedicated mentor in the team. The task will involve the assessment of hybrid-electric power distribution sub-systems and its components.
Studying on the Master semesters of Electrical Engineering, preferable control system and power electronics background.
Knowledge of Aviation aspects for electric propulsion power distribution system.
Proficiency with Matlab/Simulink or PLECS
Proficiency in the design of control systems for DCDC converters and/or Inverters for motor control
Knowledge about power electronics (i.e., DC/DC converters, Battery, Inverter).
Ability to work in cross-functional global team in multi-cultural environments.
Fluency in English.
Self-directed, highly motivated, quick leaner, flexible attitude, exceptional communication skills.
Identify improvement opportunities and be able to communicate them to the team.
Keen listener, proven facilitation, and collaboration skills.
Passion for technology advancement.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No