Engineering Intern Mechanical, Control, And Power Electronics

internship - full time, unpaid

Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine
Alameda, CA
Closed
Posted 29 Days ago
Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine
Alameda, CA
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 29 Days ago

Description

Posted on Engineering Interns: Mechanical, Control, and Power Electronics Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine in Alameda, CA, USA Employment Type Temporary Why Work Here? Flexible work hours and environment, Generous PTO Policy, Fast-paced innovative company, Varied expertise that can help your development We are seeking the following Engineering Interns: * Mechanical Engineers with a passion in principal calculations and proficiency in Matlab and Simulink * Mechanical Engineers with a passion in Design Engineering and proficiency in Solidworks or other CAD packages * Control/Robotics Engineers with a drive for robustness and optimization. A proficiency in CAN communications or SiL testing would be a plus * Electrical Engineers with Power Electronics knowledge. A proficiency in 3-phase motor control would be a plus About Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine: We build 21st Century Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powertrains for Maritime We know that air pollution is cutting short peoples lives and causing health problems, that greenhouse gas emissions are warming the planet and drastically changing our ecosystems, and we know that the emissions from the worlds maritime fleet is a major contributing factor in all of this. We also know how to solve this problem. Our mission is to enable marine operators of all kinds to enjoy the benefits of zero emission hydrogen fuel cell technology. We are building the first commercial hydrogen fuel cell ferry in the world and that is just the beginning. Lets get this done together Company website: https://ggzeromarine.com/ Company address: 909 Marina Village Pkwy #145, CA 94501 Posted date: 12 hours ago

Skills

matlab, electrical engineering, testing, simulink, solidworks, power electronics, cad, robotics, electricity, mechanical engineering, motor control, matlab/simulink, design engineering, microsoft word, gas

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