Post Doctoral Fellow Position
CTA BRP – Université de Sherbrooke
Centre de technologies avancées BRP-Université de Sherbrooke (CTA) has opening for one Post?Doctoral Fellow (PDF) position in the area of Electrical Engineering. CTA is a Research and Innovation Center focusing on development of new technologies related with recreative motorized vehicles industry. CTA research and development activities can be sorted into five different core technologies : engine, transmission, chassis and suspension, material and processes, environmental technologies. The Post?Doctoral Fellow will work with a team tackling technological development projects associated with recreative motorized products.
Particularly, the Post?Doctoral Fellow will work on hybrid vehicle development project. The project is realized within multidisciplinary team, including professors from Université de Sherbrooke along with technicians and engineers from Bombardier Recreative Products (BRP) leading to functional prototypes building. In addition, the Post?Doctoral Fellow will assist other Master and PhD students involved in the project.
Candidate should be recent graduate with a Ph.D. degree (normally within three years) and a strong background in electric control systems and power systems. Relevant industrial experience and computer simulation/programming experience along with French speaking capabilities will be an asset. The PDF position is initially for two years and subject to renewal for up to two additional years depending on eligibility of the candidate. The position will be filled as soon as qualified candidate is identified.
Interested candidates are requested to send a motivation letter and resume along with three reference letters at the following address :
Director – University affairs
Centre de technologies avancées
3000, boul. de l’Université
Sherbrooke J1K 0A5
info[ at ]CTA-BRP-UdeS.com
Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews.
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