Felix, B. Sc. Power Engineering
In my position as Test Engineer, I test the motor controller on a hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) test stand. My tasks include test case development, test execution and the analysis of functional and non-functional characteristics of the components with the help of a simulated environment. I love being at the forefront of developing the combustion and hybrid technologies of the future.
Harald, B. Eng. Electrical Engineering/Information Technology
I hold the position of Development Engineer in test automation. My tasks include the development of functions and test cases, as well as their tests. Having the opportunity to work together with various specialist departments is what I like the most.
Tina, Motor Vehicle Mechatronics Engineer
I am a Motor Vehicle Mechatronics Engineer for intensive vehicle testing. My main responsibilities are test vehicle management as well as software and hardware upgrades. I also take test drives to uncover errors and then pass them on to the specialist departments.
What I like the most is that my work is really varied and I get to administer vehicles from the prototype to series readiness. Learning about new functions and vehicles before anyone else and testing them is a challenging job that I enjoy immensely.
Stephan, M. Sc. Microtechnology
As Team Leader, I validate the remote controlled parking functions with my team. Our tasks include test station and test vehicle administration, test execution, the analysis, diagnosing and recording of errors that occur, and the virtual further processing of recorded parking scenes. What I like most about my work is the diversity of the tasks, friendly colleagues and employees, and the excellent atmosphere in the team.
Christian, Electrical Engineer (Dipl. Ing. Elektrotechnik)
As Project Manager Software Development in mechanical engineering, I make sure that our projects wow our customers while staying on schedule and within the budget. What makes this challenge exciting are the daily minor and major decisions and discussions with the project participants, ultimately leading to the success of the project.
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The first month
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Start the job
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