Post-master Design Engineer At University Of Technology, Eindhoven, Holland

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Deadline: 15 December, 2012Open to: recent university graduates and in particular to engineers and Master’s graduates from the disciplines of chemical engineering, applied physics, mechanical engineering, food technology, and bio-process and environmental engineeringRemuneration: €1,650DescriptionEindhoven University of Technology is specialized in technical scientific research and provide highly regarded training and research programs. The Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry is one of the nine departments of Eindhoven University of Technology. It was established in 1957. The department has approximately 500 employees, 16 full professors, 370 undergraduate students and about 170 graduate students.The Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry at University of Technology in Eindhoven offers position as a Post-master Design Engineer (PDEng trainee). The post-masters program Process and Product Design is directed at the broad field of the process and product industry and aims to prepare the course participants for leading functions in the field of process design and knowledge-intensive product development. The objective is to develop their ability to define feasible targets, to identify and acquire the available means, and to synthesize these skills in the form of a completed result within the time agreed on.ProgrammeDuring the first (curricular) year of the program, advanced knowledge and skills are taught in block courses by lecturers who nearly all come from industry. All courses have been set up specifically for trainee design engineers and are completed mostly in teams (but students are evaluated individually). The composition of the group of course participants in the program Process and Product Design is multidisciplinary and of an international nature.After the curricular year, the technological design projects are carried out in the second year of the program. These are challenging projects with a high reality value that are aimed at the development of the trainee design engineers’ abilities. In the project, a specific design objective must be reached within a restricted period of time and with limited means. Projects have an integrative character through the application of several (sub)disciplines. A design assignment is distinct from a research assignment in that the emphasis lies on synthesis (rather than on analysis), and account is taken of the technical and economic preconditions. You will be coached by experienced design engineers from industry and by TU/e staff with clear and relevant design experience. You will acquire independence and learn to make choices and work well in a project-based manner.After having completed all components of the curricular part and defended the design project in a public presentation and in a closed session with an examination committee, course participants will be presented with a certified diploma by their supervising professor during a graduation ceremony of the Stan Ackermans Instituut. The design engineers are entitled to bear the degree ‘Professional Doctorate in Engineering’ (PDEng) and will be entered as PDEng into the register of the Royal Dutch Institute for Engineers.EligibilityThe Post-Master’s Program Process and Product Design (PPD) is open to recent university graduates and in particular to engineers and Master’s graduates from the disciplines of:chemical engineering,applied physics,mechanical engineering,food technology,bio-process and environmental engineering.Graduates from other disciplines must follow a supplementary program that is agreed upon in consultation.Intake in the PPD program is both multidisciplinary and international. Candidates must have an academic degree (MSc) with a technological or similar background. Foreign course participants must have a firm background in chemical engineering.RemunerationCourse participants are paid a monthly salary of approximately €1,650 (before taxes) by University of Technology in Eindhoven.ApplicationApplicants are requested to send:a well-motivated applicationan extensive curriculum vitaetranslated certificates certified by their Universitycertified lists of markstwo letters of recommendations from two professorsa copy of their passporta passport photographthe address of the website of the university and department where they received their certificateDeadline is 15 th December, 2012.Application form you can find on the official website Three days among the Mapuche in Chile →last_img read more

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