KEMA Labs, part of CESI company, is looking for a Power Cybernetics Engineer-Researcher for the Flex Power Grid (FPG) Lab. As an Engineer-Researcher you will help to develop our existing and upcoming services in the area of Power Cybernetics as well as creating new or related services for KEMA Labs to position the company for further growth within the power system industry.
The FPG Lab participates in strategic research programs and projects to acquire new knowledge and competence, to develop new services to create value for KEMA Labs and our customers, as well as to enhance KEMA Labs’ recognition as a technology leader in selected areas.
The FPG Lab has a long history of working closely with laboratory partners within the DERLab association, with industry partners within the ISGAN initiative, with international standardization bodies; and universities such as Delft University of Technology and Eindhoven University of Technology.
We are looking for a Power Cybernetics Engineer-Researcher with a strong background in the field of power electronics, specifically with its application in power systems.
You will be responsible to further develop our existing and upcoming services in the area of Power Cybernetics as well as for creating new or related services for KEMA Labs to position the company for further growth within the power system industry.
In particular you will be working on the development of sophisticated closed-loop testing and validation methods of power equipment (such as Photovoltaic-inverters, plug-in electrical vehicles, heat pumps, etc.), including its hardware testing, simulation and software model validation, in a professional laboratory environment.
We are seeking for an experienced researcher with the following qualifications:
In addition to the key qualifications listed above, we also expect you to:
KEMA Labs offers a competitive salary and compensation scheme, good working environment and possibilities for your career development. You also have a large degree of flexibility to affect your own working day and be part of the decision-making process to influence research topics within KEMA Labs – FPG Lab.