Job Description : The candidate will primarily work on creating technology differentiators in domains such as engine controls, motor controls, battery technology, electric machine design and inertial measurement systems.
The candidate will be required to:
Develop first principle understanding of physics behind systems being considered. Examples of system being lithium cells, electric machines, IMUs etc.
Mathematically, model the system, design and conduct experiments to validate the hypothesized mathematical model.
Develop "methods" or "strategies" to control / observe the system for desirable behaviour / insights. Examples being strategies for engine lambda control, inertial navigation etc.
Develop proof-of-concept demonstration of methods / strategies / algorithms developed, on prototype ECUs (Electronic Control Units) through coordination with cross functional teams (such as Hardware & Software).
Write white-papers to document the methods / strategies developed.
Desired technical skills:
Strong command over engineering physics and mathematics along with enthusiasm for potentially cross-domain ideas (mechanical, electrical etc.).
Strong skills in electronic instrumentation.
Familiarity with tools such as MATLAB / Python.
Experience with new product development.
Desired soft skills:
Good written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work with a cross-functional team.
Professional attitude towards work.
Sense of ownership and urgency when working in the company.
Strong sense of ethics.
Experience: 1 to 5 years
Qualification Required : Bachelor's or Master's degree in Engineering
Examples of such offerings from SEDEMAC includes its Smart Ignition solution for small, spark ignited engines. This solution utilizes an algorithm to estimate loads in real-time thereby providing significant flexibility in the choice of the appropriate spark timing. The company’s recently developed sensorless Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) solution is another such example. SEDEMAC’s sensorless ISG solution has potential applicability on all small engines produced in the world due to its unique ability to use a standard crankshaft mounted alternator as a highly reliable starter.