What you will do Summer intern in Power Electronics Group of Engineering & Product Development with sound experiences and knowledge of modern power electronics, located in New Freedom, PA.
How you will do it
- Technical responsible in all aspects of power electronics related, including components, circuits, and modules, etc.
- Component selection and evaluation.
- Circuit design, analysis and debugging.
- Performance testing and evaluation.
- Function verification and validation.
- Responsible for maintaining a clean, safe and orderly workplace.
- Responsible for understanding and complying with quality policy, procedures and instructions to ensure product quality, customer satisfaction, attainment of business goals and environmental well-being.
- Any other duties as assigned.
What we look for
- Recent graduate with bachelor’s degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering with experience in power electronics
- Fluently read, speak and write in English. Ability to respond effectively to inquiries from technical staff.
- Ability to write technical documentation including design reports, work instructions and test reports.
- Ability to prepare program summaries for peer and executive review.
- Ability to apply mathematical and engineering principles to computations with various tools, including but not limited to mathematical models in engineering metrics.
- Graduate Level Student
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