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TU/e - Teaching Assistants Electromagnetic Compatibility (5SVB0)

We are looking for teaching assistants (TA) who would like to contribute to the improvement of the EMC course. The ideal candidate is a Master student, who is an electromagnetics enthusiast, has passed the EMC course already and wants to contribute to its improvement. 

The main tasks involve:

-        Improving the lab assignments. For instance: improve the practical setups, improve the questionnaire, improve the grading process, etc.
-        Finish the solution manual. The proposed exercises for each unit of the course still lack a solution manual. Some former TAs started with this task, but there are still several units missing.
-        Improve the quality and quantity of the in-class demonstrations and experiments. If time allows, work on new demos.

So, if you would like to contribute to the ever-increasing quality of education at our faculty, please send contact information and/or questions to: 

Ramiro Serra, r.serra@tue.nl  

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TU/e - Student assistant for electronically actuated soft matter

 We have a vacancy available for a student assistant with a background in EE, in the field of advanced materials for soft robotic applications at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands

Research background
Soft robotics is a relatively new subfield of robotics that deals with constructing robotic functions from compliant materials. Soft technologies and integrated soft systems can revolutionize the use of robotic devices, for instance in applications where elastic versatility and safe human/machine interactions are needed. It is predicted, and certainly has the potential, to lead to the development of radically new generations of machines. The examples are numerous. In the medical world, they will increasingly assist surgery, in-vivo therapeutic treatments or contribute to the rehabilitation of disabilities by exoskeletons. Soft robotic functions have the perspective to enhance the communication between man and machine or between machines mutually. We foresee that we can make materials that can feel, sense, behave and act as human skins, but with enhanced sensitivity and accuracy. They can be used as stand-alone and autonomous devices, but also be applied as coating or integrated with electronics or even with biological material to perform functions not accessible otherwise. And as a long-term perspective one can foresee the development of evolutionary self-developing soft robotics following nature’s approach to intelligent soft machines.

Projects description

You will be joining a multidisciplinary research group, where we develop responsive materials that address the advancing needs in man-machine communication, specialized medicine and miniaturized mechanics. More information can be found at www.danqingliu.nl.

A key aspect of our projects is to translate molecular effects to macroscopic phenomena which, in turn translate into (robotic) devices, and especially haptic applications. You will join a team where you will be responsible for developing electrical circuits to address material actuation!

Profile
We are looking for talented, motivated and student assistant who meet the following requirements:
  • Skills in electric engineering. 
  • Basic experience with programming is much appreciated.
  • Prior knowledge in soft matters, responsive materials and experience in microscopic techniques and device fabrication/ characterization are appreciated.
  • Ability to independently work within a dynamic team and multidisciplinary research environment.
  • Fluent in spoken and written English.

Salary is based on the experience of the students. 

Information For more detailed information about this vacancy you can contact dr. Danqing Liu e-mail: d.liu1@tue.nl 

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TU/e - PDEng trainee positions (TOIO) ‘Automotive Systems Design’

Job description

The Automotive sector is rapidly changing into a high-tech sector with huge challenges in terms of multidisciplinary product and process engineering. The trend towards smart components and automated systems boosts the Dutch automotive sector. This trend requires new generations of engineers who are educated to handle complex technical problems and lead the technological innovation.

Eindhoven University of Technology* (TU/e) in the Netherlands plays an important role within the automotive high-tech industry in the Netherlands and in Europe. With the purpose to support the automotive sector by training engineers in systems design, the competitive PDEng program Automotive Systems Design (ASD), accredited by the Dutch Ministry of Education, was established in 2011. Working with industry is an essential ingredient of this program. It is organized with close links to and cooperation with other successful PDEng programs such as Software Technology (ST). For its PDEng program Automotive Systems Design, the TU/e is looking for ambitious Master’s graduates for:

2-year post-Master PDEng traineeships
Track: Automotive Systems Design

The next round of this 2-year program starts on October 31, 2022. This track of the program focuses on systems design and architecture in an automotive context. It trains graduates from automotive related disciplines to become professional system designers and grow faster towards system architects.

The program is devoted to deepening, broadening and reinforcing Automotive related technological knowledge and competencies, as well as personal and professional skills. This program with a unique structure consists of 4 educational blocks followed by an 11-12 months individual design project in industry. In the first 4 blocks about half the time is spent on lectures, workshops and training, and the other half on projects on solving a real-life problem from one of the industrial partners with a team.

The lecturers, who mostly have an extensive experience in industry and who cover the theory on topics such as systems architecture, design, and problem solving, return as coach during the projects to help translate the theory to practice. The lectures are in part general, and in part tailored to the problem domain coming up. Team projects are selected from different domains and address various technological areas to both provide multidisciplinary exposure and enhance cross-domain thinking. In this set-up the trainee gets the opportunity to experience the different roles that make a good team.

Program graduates will be awarded a certified diploma and the degree “Professional Doctorate in Engineering” (PDEng). Their name will be entered in the PDEng register of the Royal Dutch Institute for Engineers (KIVI). The program is affiliated to the British Association of Engineering Doctorates (AEngD). As of 1 September 2022, the PDEng degree is called Engineering Doctorate (EngD), same as in the UK.

Job requirements

The PDEng program Automotive Systems Design is open to recent university graduates, and in particular to Master's graduates from one of the following fields: Automotive Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Control Systems, Electrical Engineering, Embedded Systems, or comparable.

The ASD program is internationally oriented and taught in English. The candidate should furthermore have:

  • Affinity with technology, keen interest in and good awareness of the current technological developments; knowledge of and affinity with the automotive field; experience with Matlab/Simulink or similar; preferably knowledge of Vehicle Dynamics, and Classical Feedback Control Theory (or extended knowledge of other fields that are in high demand in the Automotivesector, such as sensors, vision, machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, advanced driver assistant systems, automated driving, and electrification of engines);
  • An academic, critical attitude and a good awareness of the state of the art in engineering design for high tech systems, most notable in the area of the Master thesis project;
  • The ability to choose and apply methods, tools and techniques to solve actual, practical problems;
  • The ability to stay abreast of current developments in the field of Automotive;
  • Better than average social and communicative competencies, including an excellent English proficiency in writing, speaking, reading, and understanding;
  • A clear ambition in an industrial career, and an inclination towards the design and development of innovative, complex products, transforming academic research results into practical solutions;
  • Interest in being part of an international program with various cultures including the Dutch culture (and language).
Conditions of employment

TU/e offers program participants a full-time temporary appointment for the period of 2 years. Program participants will receive a monthly salary by Eindhoven University of Technology (gross monthly pay of € 2.009,-during two years based on 2022 figures). TU/e also offers a broad package of fringe benefits, including an 8% holiday allowance, an 8.3% end-of-year allowance, and excellent sports facilities. Migrants can make use of the 30% ruling (an income tax advantage). The formal employment position at the Technical University of Eindhoven is according to the Collective Employment Agreement of the Dutch academic universities (VSNU). Trainees do not have to pay tuition fees. The program is financed by the Dutch Government and the industrial partners.

Information and application

For information about terms of employment, click here or contact HR Services, email HRServices.MCS[at]tue.nl.

Please visit www.tue.nl/jobs to find out more about working at TU/e!

Application

All candidates that are interested in this PDEng program and fulfill the requirements must demonstrate their knowledge and capabilities in a personal interview with the selection committee. In order to be admitted into the selection procedure, you need to apply via the APPLY NOW button. Please submit the following documents:

  • A detailed motivation letter;
  • Curriculum vitae;
  • Copies of relevant B.Sc. diplomas and Grade transcripts;
  • Copies of relevant M.Sc. diplomas and Grade transcripts;
  • A copy (of a recent draft version) of your M.Sc. thesis or an abstract of your thesis;
  • Copies of scores of English proficiency tests (IELTS or TOEFL IBT, or Cambridge CAE/CPE). For IELTS the minimum score is 6.5 (CEFR level C1), with no individual scores below 6.0 and scores for speaking/writing of at least 6.5. For TOEFL IBT the minimum is 90 (CEFR level C1), with no individual scores below 21 and scores for speaking/writing of at least 23. Only applicants from the Netherlands, US, UK, Ireland, Australia and New-Zealand are exempted;
  • The names and contact addresses (preferably e-mail) of (at least) two people whom we can contact for more information about you and your (thesis) work. Please, note that we usually prefer to contact people that have been involved with your (M.Sc.) thesis project.
Please note that you can upload maximally 5 documents up to 2 MB each. If you need to send more documents, please email these to asd[at]tue.nl with subject line: “additional documents application ASD 2022”.

To guarantee the quality of the program, the selection committee applies strict selection criteria. Candidates must be among the top of their discipline. Next to excellent grades, their motivation and personal skills will be extremely important. For more information and complete details about the application procedures, please, visit our website http://www.tue.nl/asd or send an email to asd[at]tue.nl.

Deadline for application

Due to immigration procedures the application procedure will be closed as of July 1, 2022 for non-EU candidates. Candidates with EU nationality can apply until August 15, 2022. Candidates with the Dutch nationality and candidates with a Dutch residence permit, can apply until September 15, 2022. There will be several selection rounds and early application is strongly recommended, as the number of positions is limited, and positions may be filled before the deadline.

*) Eindhoven University of Technology is one of Europe's best universities. It is specialized in technical scientific research and provides highly regarded training and educational and research programs. The university offers jobs that are right in the middle of society. An international, yet informal organization. A place, where one can expect excellent working conditions. http://www.tue.nl/.

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TU/e - Power BI Dashboard Developer

Are you a student with a passion for data visualization? Join our team as a Student Power BI Dashboard Developer and contribute to revolutionizing education with innovative technology!

About Us:
We are a team within the Electrical Engineering department dedicated to enhancing education standards by integrating APSPMS (Automatic Prognostic Student Progress Monitoring System) with the Electromagnetics II course. APSPMS uses data to predict student performance and offers suggestions for improvement.

Job Responsibilities:
·          Collaborate with our team to design and create student-facing dashboards/reports.
·          Utilize Power BI to transform raw data into visual insights.
·          Analyze user requirements and tailor dashboard solutions to meet specific needs.
·          Test and troubleshoot dashboards to ensure accuracy and functionality.

Requirements:
·          Currently enrolled as a student at TU/e.
·          Proficiency in Power BI or a strong desire to learn.
·          Basic understanding of data analysis and visualization principles.

·          4 hours weekly commitment, with flexibility to tailor to your schedule.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume via email to Zahra Bounik z.bounik@tue.nl no later than March 20th, 2024. We aim to commence promptly upon finding the right developer. Don't wait, apply now to ensure your application receives due consideration. 

For any inquiries, feel free to contact us via the provided email address. We look forward to welcoming you to our team!

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TU/e - PDEng trainee positions (TOIO) ‘Mechatronic Systems Design’

Job description

The high-tech industry is dealing with systems getting more and more complex due to further automation and challenging innovations. This trend requires new generations of engineers who are educated to handle complex technical problems and lead the technological innovation.

Eindhoven University of Technology* (TU/e) in the Netherlands plays an important role within the high-tech industry in the Netherlands and in the World. TU/e’s High Tech Systems Center (HTSC, a team of Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute, EAISI) aims to understand, teach and innovate system synthesis and design of complex equipment, instruments, robotic and manufacturing systems, and systems-of-systems. HTSC establishes cooperation between the TU/e and the high-tech industry.

As an initiative of the HTSC, the track of Mechatronic Systems Design was added to the competitive PDEng program Automotive Systems Design (ASD), accredited by the Dutch Ministry of Education, in 2015. Working with industry is an essential ingredient of this program. It is organized with close links to and cooperation with other successful PDEng programs such as Software Technology (ST). For the program PDEng Automotive Systems Design, the TU/e is looking for ambitious Master’s graduates for:

2-year post-Master PDEng traineeships
Track: Mechatronic Systems Design

The next round of this 2-year program starts on October 31, 2022. This track of the program focuses on systems design and architecture in a high-tech systems context. It trains graduates from mechatronics related disciplines to become the professional system designers and grow faster towards system architects.

The program is devoted to deepening, broadening and reinforcing Mechatronics related technological knowledge and competencies, as well as personal and professional skills. This program with a unique structure consists of 4 educational blocks followed by an 11-12 months individual design project in industry. In the first 4 blocks about half the time is spent on lectures, workshops and training, and the other half on projects on solving a real-life problem from one of the industrial partners with a team.

The lecturers, who mostly have an extensive experience in industry and who cover the theory on topics such as systems architecture, design, and problem solving, return as coach during the projects to help translate the theory to practice. The lectures are in part general, in and part tailored to the problem domain coming up. Team projects are selected from different domains and address various technological areas to both provide multidisciplinary exposure and enhance cross-domain thinking. In this set-up the trainee gets the opportunity to experience the different roles that make a good team.

Program graduates will be awarded a certified diploma and the degree “Professional Doctorate in Engineering” (PDEng). Their name will be entered in the PDEng register of the Royal Dutch Institute for Engineers (KIVI). The program is affiliated to the British Association of Engineering Doctorates (AEngD). As of 1 September 2022, the PDEng degree is called Engineering Doctorate (EngD), same as in the UK.

Job requirements

The PDEng program Mechatronic Systems Design is open to recent university graduates, and in particular to Master's graduates from one of the following fields: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Applied Physics, Systems & Control or comparable.

The program is internationally oriented and taught in English. The candidate should furthermore have:

  • Affinity with technology, keen interest in and good awareness of the current technological developments; knowledge of and affinity with mechatronics; experience with Matlab/Simulink or similar; preferably knowledge of Classical Feedback Control Theory, State Space Systems, and Signal Theory (or extended knowledge of other fields that are in high demand in de high-tech sector such as machine learning, material science, tribology, cryogenics, vision, instrumentation, and energy);
  • An academic, critical attitude and a good awareness of the state of the art in engineering design for high tech systems, most notable in the area of the Master thesis project;
  • The ability to choose and apply methods, tools and techniques to solve actual, practical problems;
  • The ability to stay abreast of current developments in the field of high-tech mechatronic systems;
  • Better than average social and communicative competencies, including an excellent English proficiency in writing, speaking, reading, and understanding;
  • A clear ambition in an industrial career, and an inclination towards the design and development of innovative, complex products, transforming academic research results into practical solutions;
  • Interest in being part of an international program with various cultures including the Dutch culture (and language).
Conditions of employment

TU/e offers program participants a full-time temporary appointment for the period of 2 years. Program participants will receive a monthly salary by Eindhoven University of Technology (gross monthly pay of € 2.009,-during two years based on 2022 figures). TU/e also offers a broad package of fringe benefits, including an 8% holiday allowance, an 8.3% end-of-year allowance, and excellent sports facilities. Migrants can make use of the 30% ruling (an income tax advantage). The formal employment position at the Technical University of Eindhoven is according to the Collective Employment Agreement of the Dutch academic universities (VSNU). Trainees do not have to pay tuition fees. The program is financed by the Dutch Government and the industrial partners.

Information and application

For information about terms of employment, click here or contact HR Services, email HRServicesM&CS[at]tue.nl.

Please visit www.tue.nl/jobs to find out more about working at TU/e!

Application

All candidates that are interested in this PDEng program and fulfill the requirements must demonstrate their knowledge and capabilities in a personal interview with the selection committee. In order to be admitted into the selection procedure, you need to apply via the APPLY NOW button. Please submit the following documents:

  • A detailed motivation letter;
  • Curriculum vitae;
  • Copies of relevant B.Sc. diplomas and Grade transcripts;
  • Copies of relevant M.Sc. diplomas and Grade transcripts;
  • A copy (of a recent draft version) of your M.Sc. thesis or an abstract of your thesis;
  • Copies of scores of English proficiency tests (IELTS or TOEFL IBT, or Cambridge CAE/CPE). For IELTS the minimum score is 6.5 (CEFR level C1), with no individual scores below 6.0 and scores for speaking/writing of at least 6.5. For TOEFL IBT the minimum is 90 (CEFR level C1), with no individual scores below 21 scores for speaking/writing of at least 23. Only applicants from the Netherlands, US, UK, Ireland, Australia and New-Zealand are exempted;
  • The names and contact addresses (preferably e-mail) of (at least) two people whom we can contact for more information about you and your (thesis) work. Please, note that we usually prefer to contact people that have been involved with your (M.Sc.) thesis project.
Please note that you can upload maximally 5 documents up to 2 MB each. If you need to send more documents, please email these to asd@tue.nl with subject line: “additional documents application MSD 2022”.

To guarantee the quality of the program, the selection committee applies strict selection criteria. Candidates must be among the top of their discipline. Next to excellent grades, their motivation and personal skills will be extremely important. For more information and complete details about the application procedures, please visit our website http://www.tue.nl/msd or send an email to asd[at]tue.nl.

Deadline for application

Due to immigration procedures the application procedure will be closed as of July 1, 2022 for non-EU candidates. Candidates with EU nationality can apply until August 15, 2022. Candidates with the Dutch nationality and candidates with a Dutch residence permit, can apply until September 15, 2022. There will be several selection rounds and early application is strongly recommended, as the number of positions is limited, and positions may be filled before the deadline.

*) Eindhoven University of Technology is one of Europe's best universities. It is specialized in technical scientific research and provides highly regarded training and educational and research programs. The university offers jobs that are right in the middle of society. An international, yet informal organization. A place, where one can expect excellent working conditions. http://www.tue.nl/.

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TU/e - Student assistant positions for the information team Electrical Engineering!

Dear students,
The student information team Electrical Engineering is looking for new members!

Your profile:
You are an enthusiastic 2nd or 3rd year bachelor student Electrical Engineering. You are a social student that likes to work with others, and you have an interest in sharing your experiences as a bachelor student EE in Eindhoven. 

Your tasks:
As a member of the information team, you will:
  • help preparing and organizing activities for high school pupils (and parents) that are interested in our Bachelor program, e.g. via open days, student for a day, experience days, etc
  • support and assist (groups of) visitors
  • be in contact with possible future students (and parents)
  • support in the logistic part, e.g. setting up stands and experiments, hosting tours
  • invent, design, and develop new workshop, demo and/or activities
  • prepare and organize activities for high school teachers (Docentendag)
  • Initiate and carry out new activities to attract potential master students, both from within TU/e and from outside TU/e
The expected amount of effort for the information team position is approx. 80 hrs per academic year, peak moments vary. You are expected to be available on the Bachelor Open Days (Saturdays), upcoming dates: Saturday October 7, 2023, and February 3, 2024.

Are you interested? We look forward to receiving your application including a resume and short motivationletter. Please send it before June15th, 2023 to Pauline Hoen (p.e.r.hoen@tue.nl). If you want more information, you can also send your email with questions to the communication officer Pauline Hoen or ask the current team members.

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TU/e - Student assistant positions for the information team Automotive Technology!

Dear students
The student information team Automotive Technology is looking for new members!

Your profile:
You are an enthusiastic (current 1st or 2nd year) bachelor student Automotive Technology. You are a social student that likes to work with others, and you have an interest in sharing your experiences as a bachelor student AT in Eindhoven. 

Your tasks:
As a member of the information team, you will:
  • help preparing and organizing activities for high school pupils (and parents) that are interested in our Bachelor program, e.g. via open days, student for a day, experience days, etc
  • support and assist (groups of) visitors
  • be in contact with possible future students (and parents)
  • support in the logistic part, e.g. setting up stands and experiments, hosting tours
  • invent, design, and develop new workshop, demo and/or activities
  • prepare and organize activities for high school teachers (Docentendag)
  • Initiate and carry out new activities to attract potential master students, both from within TU/e and from outside TU/e
The expected amount of effort for the information team position is approx. 80 hrs per academic year, peak moments vary. You are expected to be available on the Bachelor Open Days (Saturdays), upcoming dates: Saturday October 7, 2023, and February 3, 2024.

Are you interested? We look forward to receiving your application including a resume and short motivationletter. Please send it before June15th, 2023 to Pauline Hoen (p.e.r.hoen@tue.nl). If you want more information, you can also send your email with questions to the communications officer Pauline Hoen or ask the current team members.

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TU/e - Internship and Graduation positions at Vestas (Wind Systems A/S)

Description:
 

Vestas (Wind Systems A/S) is the world leading company in the manufacturing of wind turbines; accounting for a substantial contribution in the movement towards sustainable energy solutions. Vestas is founded in Denmark, but has expanded its R&D locations to Germany, Portugal, the United Kingdom and India as well. Currently, Vestas is offering Internship and Graduation positions (which can be conducted abroad in one of their R&D locations) for Master students with a background in Electromechanics and Power Electronics. A salary of over €1000,- is included in these vacancies and Vestas offers assistance in finding housing in the respective cities. In case you would like to get more information about the assignment details, please contact: e.lomonova@tue.nl.

Vacancy:
• Position: Internship and/or Graduation project at Vestas.
• Location: TBD. • Period: TBD. • Workload: TBD.
• Payment: > €1000,-.

Requirements:
The candidate must be a Master student with preliminary knowledge in either Electromechanics and/or Power Electronics.

Contact:
In case of interest, contact: e.lomonova@tue.nl. 

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TU/e - 5EPB0 - EM2 SLT Tutor

For the Electromagnetics II course (2023-2024, Q4) we are looking for tutors for the student-led tutorials. (If you have experienced them yourselves, you can skip to the next part 😊) During these student-led tutorials, students are asked to prepare a set of exercises. On Canvas, students are asked to tick the exercises which they have prepared or at least made a serious attempt on. During the SLT, students are then randomly selected to present their work.

Your task as TA is to be a moderator as it is a STUDENT-led tutorial. The students should be in charge and by discussions amongst the students, they should eventually all understand all exercises. You are there to guide and motivate the students in the right direction. It should therefore be important that you have also prepared the SLTs. These SLTs will take place every week on Tuesday morning.

As an EMII TA, you’ll be responsible for leading the practice hours for a small group of approximately 20-25 students.

The main tasks involve:

-        Follow a preliminary training about the novel approach that is to be implemented. This training is planned for Q1 and/or Q2.
-        Prepare and study a set of exercises that the students need to solve each week. For this purpose, a 1-hour preparation session will be planned every week to discuss the exercises with a PhD-TA. Additional preparation can be done at your own convenience.
-        Lead the practice hours according to the novel methodology. This task will take two (academic) hours per week in Q4.

The TA will be hired for a total of 40 hours, consisting of 2 weekly hours of SLT and 3 hours of preparation including some additional hours for a training and workshop before the start of the course. 

So, if you feel EMII should become more spot-on, or if you feel you’d like to help others go through this subject and enjoy it, or if you would like to contribute to the ever-increasing quality of education at our faculty, please send contact information and/or questions to: 

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TU/e - TA 5G Educational Testbed Infrastructure

Job Summary
One of the main responsibilities of TU/e is to move expertise from research to education and prepare future engineers with relevant skills. 5G network infrastructure is now being deployed across various countries. Yet, many aspects of 5G are yet to appear. With this project, the student will contribute to the integration and deployment of a 5G system in EE, TU/e to be used for education purposes. The task involves software and hardware integration, namely open source 4G/5G software stack over low-spec software defined radios.

Job Tasks
The goal of the project is a 4G/5G Mobile Network educational platform configurable, expandable and testable. Any part of the software stack should provide an interface for students to parameterize, modify and test. To this end, recent open-source software (e.g. https://www.openairinterface.org/) provide the basis for such software stack running over off-the-shelf software defined radios. 

The main tasks of the students working on this project are:

-        Integration of OpenAir Interface over Lime SDR platforms, both for user equipment and e-NodeB sides.
-        Validation and detection of limits of software stack and SDRs.
-        Identification of configurable parts of the software stack.
-        Design and implementation of a software interface (e.g. API, web services etc) to allow easy parameterization / modification of the stack.
-        Definition of sample practice exercises for bachelor and master students.
-        Documentation and tutorials.

Skills
The intention is to be beneficial for students. Most of the knowledge listed below is required or the willing to learn a lot should be strong.

-        Basic knowledge on communications esp. L1 and L2 protocols
-        Basic knowledge on radio transmissions and signal processing.
-        C/C++ programming esp. networking and threading.
-        Python and web-services (good to have)

 

Procedure
The project can immediately start and ends in June 2023. Multiple students will contribute to this project. Each student should work for a minimum of 1 working day per week. As a student assistant, EuFlex will take care of the compensation of the work. 

Are you interested, contact dr. George Exarchakos.


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TU/e - Teacher Assistant for New ECO CBL Course

Teacher Assistant for New ECO CBL Course 
Are you interested in innovative education and teaching? Would you like to be involved in the design of a NEW Challenge Board Learning (CBL)? 
 
Within the ECO group we are designing a new 1st year CBL course to run in parallel with Rock Your Baby, and we are seeking Teaching Assistant’s (TA’s) to develop and implement both hardware and software for this new optical communications orientated CBL course. This will involve the design and demonstration of the CBL test apparatus and interfacing with relevant software. In the initial phase we are looking for a TA’s to help implement the challenge environment for this CBL, this will involve purchasing hardware and demonstrating an initial environment which will form the basis of the CBL. We welcome input on the CBL design and the challenge scenario from existing EE students. 
 
Start Date: Summer 2023 
 
Number of Hours: Student Defined to fit schedule (can be intense during the summer break and scaled back to 1-2 days a week depending on availability from September 2023) 
 
If you interested please contact: Tom Bradley (t.d.bradley@tue.nl) Qubit: 1.020 

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TU/e - Student Assistant Student Well-being and Communication at ESA

Student Assistant Student Well-being and Communication at ESA
Are you passionate about student well-being? Do you want to get involved and have an impact on the way students are communicated with when it comes to this topic? Do you enjoy getting creative and thinking about interesting ways to convey a message? Are you able to create digital content?
Your tasks
We are looking for two student assistants to help us with the wellbeing communication towards our TU/e community. For 2 hours a week you will be asked to do the following:
  • Coordinate the social media communication surrounding student well-being communication. This includes setting up a content calendar and creating relevant and engaging content (for Instagram in particular). You also participate in the Instagram takeover about well-being.
  • Communicating and coordinating with the social media manager of the TU/e.ue
  • Co-developing communication toolkits for different stakeholder groups. These include social media posts, posters, texts for newsletters.
  • Organizing a well-being campaign where we spend a week highlighting the importance of taking care of yourself and others and the sources of support students have access to.
  • Providing feedback and input on other communication materials surrounding student wellbeing.
Practicalities
- start date ASAP / December. This means we will not have enough time to apply for a new work permit if you require one (!)
- 2 hours p/w
- attractive wage according to TU/e standards for student assistants based on your ECTS. Wages start at €14,56 p/h and can go up to €15,82 p/h (excl. leave)

Application procedure
If you are interested in getting creative and working on spreading a positive message amongst the community then get in touch! Send us your CV, a short motivation on why you are interested / qualified and an Instagram post idea for the caption:
“There are many ways in which you can take care of your wellbeing – what is your favorite way?”
Application closes on December 1st
https://tue.jobteaser.com/en/job-offers/9870392-on-campus-jobs-student-assistant-student-well-being-and-communication-at-esa-english-2hpw?reloadCookieBanner=true

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TU/e - MPS Research Cluster Webmaster Student Job

The Mobile Perception Systems (MPS) lab is hiring a student assistant to update our website. This entails
creating a new Jekyll deployment on GitHub pages using a template and moving our existing content over to
this new format.
Additionally, we seek to cooperate on adjusting the website style and publishing new content. Furthermore,
the student assistant it tasked to implement an analytics framework and optimize the website accordingly.
The student will be supervised by an experienced full-stack web developer.
Profile
Eligible to work in The Netherlands
Student at Eindhoven University of Technology (BSc or MSc)
Available at least 5 hours per week for 60 hours total
Curious and open to learning new skills during the project
Technical skills
Basic web design using standard HTML/CSS
Basic JavaScript knowledge
Basic Git version management experience
Interested?
Send us your CV and a short motivation.
Contact
Kurt Stolle
k.h.w.stolle@tue.nl

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TU/e - Design Challenge Tutors for the Academic Year 2023-2024

Wanted: Design Challenge Tutors for the Academic Year
2023-2024
In your role as a project tutor you inspire and coach our 1st-year students during the first semester of
the academic year. You guide the group process and you make sure every individual is included. You
will deal with situations of conflict, unclear expectations and not meeting agreements if and when
necessary. You give ánd receive feedback to and from students. Assessment of specific professional
skills is part of your task (under responsibility of the lecturers)
Tasks:
- Guiding 1 or (preferably) 2 groups of students; one group consists of 8 students
- Peer-coaching meetings with the RYB core team (5 meetings in total)
- Organization of regular meetings with your groups and the design coach
- Keep track of the project progress
- Take part in the obligatory training for tutors
- Attend the DBL Kick-off meeting
- Attend the mid-term presentation and final demonstration
- Monitor the individual project contribution
- Take part in the discussion on Discord when necessary
Profile:
- Preference for 2nd-year or 3rd-year Bachelor students and Master students
- Minimum of 60 ECTS for 2nd-year students / 100 ECTS for 3rd-year students
- Enthusiastic, committed, responsible, positively critical and pro-active attitude
Hours distribution (September – February) for 1 group:
- Obligatory training in the last week of August: 4 hours
- Peer-coaching meetings: 5 hours
- Regular group meetings: 12 hours
- Demonstrations: 3 hours
- Kick-off meeting 3 hours
- Preparation: 6 hours
- Administration: 6 hours
- Other: 6 hours
Total: 45 hours
General information about the challenge
The design challenge (5EWC0) will take place in different timeslots, see the schedule below:
quartile slot week day hrs what room type
Q1 A 1-8 Monday 1-2 lecture amphi
Q1 A 1-8 Monday 3-4 practicum CBL rooms
Q1 A 1-8 Thursday 5-8 practicum CBL rooms
Q1 E 1-8 Tuesday 5-6 practicum CBL rooms
Q1 E 1-8 Thursday 1-4 practicum CBL rooms
Q1 all 1-8 Mon-Fri all CBL rooms
Q2 C 2,4 Tuesday 1-2 lecture amphi
Q2 C 1-8 Tuesday 1-2 practicum CBL rooms
Q2 C 1-8 Tuesday 3-4 practicum CBL rooms
Q2 C 1-8 Friday 5-8 practicum CBL rooms
Q2 E 1-8 Tuesday 5-6 practicum CBL rooms
Q2 E 1-8 Thursday 1-4 practicum CBL rooms
Q2 all 1-8 Mon-Fri all CBL rooms
The course contains two challenges (Rock your baby and Energy challenge) and a programming part,
but the tutors are needed for the RYB challenge only. This means that you as a tutor need to have
enough availabilty in timelots E, A (Q1 only) and C (Q2 only), depending on the group(s) you will
supervise.
If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please contact Lies Termeer Lies: E.J.A.Termeer@tue.nl

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TU/e - 5EPB0 - EM2 SLT Tutor

For the Electromagnetics II course (2022-2023, Q4) we are looking for tutors for the student-led tutorials. (If you have experienced them yourselves, you can skip to the next part 😊) During these student-led tutorials, students are asked to prepare a set of exercises. On Canvas, students are asked to tick the exercises which they have prepared, or at least made a serious attempt on. During the SLT, students are then randomly selected to present their work.

Your task as TA is to be a moderator as it is a STUDENT-led tutorial. The students should be in charge and by discussions amongst the students, they should eventually all understand all exercises. You are there to guide and motivate the students in the right direction. It should therefore be important that you have also prepared the SLT’s. These SLT’s will take place every week on Tuesday morning.

As an EMII TA, you’ll be responsible for leading the practice hours for a small group of approximately 20-25 students.

The main tasks involve:

-       Follow a preliminary training about the novel approach that is to be implemented. This training is planned for Q1 and/or Q2.
-       Prepare and study a set of exercises that the students need to solve each week.
-       Lead the practice hours according to the novel methodology. This task will take two (academic) hours per week in Q4.

The TA will be hired for a total of 40 hours, consisting of 2 weekly hours of SLT and 3 hours of preparation including some additional hours for a training and workshop before the start of the course. 

So, if you feel EMII should become more spot-on, or if you feel you’d like to help others go through this subject and enjoy it, or you would like to contribute to the ever-increasing quality of education at our faculty, please send contact information and/or questions to: 

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TU/e - MPS Research Cluster Infrastructure Student Job

The Mobile Perception Systems (MPS) lab is hiring a student assistant to configure servers and infrastructure
for our research compute cluster. We aim to set up a network of high-end GPU systems to run machine
learning experiments on.
The main task for the student is to configure the Slurm Workload Manager. This entails configuring user
accounts, drivers, networking, logging and hardening. Furthermore, a selection of testing scripts should be
defined to validate the deployment for various usage scenarios.
Additionally, the student should be able to document and explain to users how the system can be used to run
machine learning jobs.
The student will be supervised by an experienced cloud infrastructure architect.
Profile
Eligible to work in The Netherlands
Student at Eindhoven University of Technology (BSc or MSc)
Available at least 5 hours per week for 80 hours total
Curious and open to learning new skills during the project
Technical skills
Basic experience with a Unix-like operating system
Basic understanding of networking
Basic understanding of security practices
Interested?
Send us your CV and a short motivation.
Contact
Kurt Stolle
k.h.w.stolle@tue.nl

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TU/e - Student-assistant Study+ Group

Join our network!

Students may need extra support during their studies due to a disability, chronic illness or mental health issues. Extra support is also for students who are caregivers or have/are expecting a child. 

The TU/e has been improving her policy on studying with extra support since 2020. However, to make information about and guidance for studying with extra support more accessible to all students, we are looking for students who want to help us with this!


We are looking for student-assistants who will contribute to and supervise a community for 1 day a week (8 hours) that facilitates activities and student-to-student communication on studying with extra support. Your contributions consider organizing relevant activities, being the ears and eyes for students who need extra support during their studies and communicate this when needed to people who are responsible or can initiate a change (e.g. the student advisory committee). Moreover, a platform was build to enable students to ask each other for advice or share experiences. This platform has already been built by us, but has to be monitored. 


In addition, we are looking for students who want to join our advisory committee. We advise the university and come up with new plans to put studying with extra support on the map. We have meetings every 2 months.


To join or help us you don’t have to be a student with extra support!

Are you interested in contributing and supervising the platform and/or joining our advisory committee? Send an email to lighthouse@tue.nl

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TU/e - MSC project: Continuous monitoring of human biomarkers for real-time health monitoring

Continuous monitoring of human biomarkers for real-time health monitoring
The Mission
The future of health will require radical new
techniques and approaches to bring forward
the required improvement in accuracy and
timeliness of monitoring and diagnostics of
patients. There is a growing scientific,
commercial and societal interest in using light
for carrying out such monitoring functions
alleviating the need of invasive methods such
a micro-needles.
The use of light offers the ability to perform
spectral measurement and to detect subtle
small changes/quantities in different bodily
fluids.
The ECO group in the TU/e is partnering with a Swiss med-tech start-up company Spiden AG, to
leverage their proprietary spectroscopy methods by exploiting the knowhow in laser modulation and
signal processing at the ECO group.
The MSc graduation task
The MSc graduation task will be to investigate the use of laser modulation and their electronic drive,
in combination with advanced signal post-processing to extract valuable health markers and establish
feasibility for the detection of various biomarkers and compounds in different body fluids. The work
will be carried mostly in TU/e ECO labs but will include a period on site in Switzerland1
, to compare
the developed lasing drive schemes with state-of-the-art bench-top laser systems. The student will
be supported from the TU/e by staff members (Dr. Chigp Okonkwo and Dr. Oded Raz) as well as get
guidance from the start-up company (Dr. Jens Hofrichter, Dr. Jean-Christophe Blancon). We expect
that by the end of the project, the student will be able to report on the feasibility of using modulated
laser light (with carefully designed modulation signal) with robust signal processing algorithms to
detect desired analytes in human fluids. It is further expected that the student will be able to
evaluate the attractiveness of obtained solution in terms of its scalability and cost effectiveness to
assess its market potential (in collaboration with Spiden’s Strategy & Operations team). A truly
unique opportunity for a student to gain experience from scientific research to commercial impact.
The candidate
• Basic understanding of electronic modulation techniques
• Basic understanding of laser physics and optics
• Programming skills in Matlab and/or FPGA based platforms
• Enthusiasm to push the frontiers of research by using light for medical diagnostics and healthcare
Apply now!
• Dr. Oded Raz o.raz@tue.nl
• Dr. Chigo Okonkwo cokonkwo@tue.nl

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TU/e - Student assistant vacancy Engineering Design 4WBB0

 We are looking for tutors for the Bachelor College course Engineering Design that will be given in quartile 1 Slot C of the academic year 2023-2024. In the Engineering design course, second year students will work in teams of 5-6 on a design assignment. As a tutor, you will supervise 4 of these groups during their group meetings (45 minutes, twice a week, on campus). In preparation for each group meeting you are asked to assess their self-study assignments and provide feedback. Your help is also required during two assessment events. Finally, you will assist in the evaluation of the final reports. All this requires tutor skills, insight in the engineering design assignment, and a good preparation for the project coaching. To prepare for the role of tutor, you will attend the tutor training that will take place on August 31st and September 1 st , 2023. Requirements: - Bachelor students with ≥ 120 credits or Master students - English proficiency Availability: - Every Tuesday morning and every Friday afternoon (timeslot C) in quartile 1 of the academic- year 2023-2024 - Thursday August 31st and Friday September 1 st Hours in total: 110 Number of positions: 72 (after job interviews in June/July) For more information about the course: Osiris (4WBB0, 2023) or: 4WBB0@tue.nl Application deadline: June 9 th, 2023 Please apply by completing this form: https://forms.office.com/e/3p3qvM6fkJ