Engineer, Physicist, Mathematician – Process & Method Development for Complex Simulations in Vehicle Development (CFD/FEM/MKS) (m/f/d)

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We apply to you. You may be surprised by this sentence, since you’re actually the one currently applying! As teaser trailer, here are 5 arguments. You’ll see the blockbuster during the application process, and you’ll get to create the sequels with us once you’re part of the TWT team!
  • Topics on the cutting edge. Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Driving, E-Mobility, Model Based Systems Engineering, and Virtual Experience.
  • Our claim. Thanks to our research expertise we score high in our industrial projects. 
  • We are a TOP team. Highly qualified (PhD/Masters), innovative, cosmopolitan, and with a soft spot for collaborative work. 
  • Our clients and partners. Mercedes-Benz, Daimler Truck, BMW, Audi, Porsche, CARIAD, IBM, Dassault Systèmes, Samsung, and Microsoft.
  • Remote work. Close cooperation with our clients, either virtually or at one of our locations, depending on the project. 

Your Tasks

  • You will proactively advise our customers in all dimensions of virtual product development and work closely with them.
  • You will model complex technical systems and physical relationships, e.g. in the context of autonomous and automated driving.
  • You will answer technical questions using numerical methods, big data analysis or artificial intelligence and are responsible for their implementation and analysis.
    • Prepare component models, system models and overall models as part of the simulation processes.
    • Carry out simulations in the overall vehicle and at a component level.
    • Evaluate simulation results and identify interdependencies.
  • Develop optimization proposals for design and system improvement and advise our customers on issues in this area.
  • Work on the further development of our simulation environments and methods for the preparation, execution and analysis of simulations and optimization of the overall process.

Your Profile

  • Completed degree with good grades in Engineering or Natural Sciences (Computational Engineering, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Vehicle and Engine Technology, Aeronautics and Aerospace), Mathematics or Physics.
  • Very good knowledge of at least one high-level programming language such as C++, C#, Python, Matlab, VBA or Java and much enjoyment in its application.
  • Advanced knowledge of at least one simulation method in the field of engineering (Fluid Dynamics, Multi-body Dynamics, Structural Dynamics, ...).
  • Experiences in simulation software are desirable (e.g. CFD: StarCCM+, Fluent / CFX, OpenFOAM, PowerFLOW; FEM: Ansys, Abaqus, Nastran, ... ; MKS: Simpack, Adams, ... ; CAE: ANSA, Hypermesh, Siemens NX, Catia).
  • Some  experience in the automotive sector and with the simulation or design tools used there.
  • An innovative spirit, ability to be proactive and love of learning.
  • Very good communication and teamwork skills and eagerness to work with team and customers.
  • Winning appearance and a good sense of humor.
  • Very good English skills.

Facts & Benefits

  • Direct cooperation with the development and IT departments of the premium vehicle manufacturer.
  • Research contacts with leading universities, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Participate, design, and leave your fingerprint.
  • Simultaneous, collaborative working via modern digital platforms. 
  • Flexible work design, attractive flexible working hours, and remote work.
  • Structured onboarding and open ears for all your questions. 
  • Attractive additional benefits, such as free fresh fruit, coffee, and tea.
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Reference number TWT-24C6-EN
Location: Stuttgart, Munich, Ingolstadt
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Thomas Keßling.
TWT GmbH Science & Innovation · Industriestraße 6 · 70565 Stuttgart · Tel. +49 - 711.21 57 77.0