$80K — $100K *
In this role your primary responsibility will be to develop high-performance control for electric motor systems including motor-generators and power inverters. Create, maintain, and effectively use simulation and embeddable models of these systems for performance evaluation. You will be expected to derive high integrity plant and control models validating these through simulation and testing. This may involve auto-coding from the derived control simulation, hand coding and coding of the hardware abstraction layer. You are expected to be comfortable in an initially uncertain design environment which progressively removes uncertainties and builds toward releasable products that meet customer needs. We will require strong team membership skills, and the ability to support multiple simultaneous projects related to Tula’s advanced control products implementing next-generation high efficiency electric motor systems.
The chosen candidate will be familiar with a wide variety of electric motors, induction, synchronous reluctance, permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance, flux and internal permanent magnet not just brushless or surface permanent magnet motors. The candidate will possess experience with the design, debugging, successful implementation and dynamometer validation of high-performance motor control algorithms in software for more than one type of motor, including various formulations of field-oriented control and direct torque/flux control. The ability to design and optimize the hardware abstraction layer would be a bonus.
Skills and Experience
Valid through: 10/15/2020