Competence Development Professional
Having real impact on human capital in Dutch high-tech industry. Can you picture it?
You will have the unique opportunity of raising the systems engineering competencies in the high tech industry to higher levels, building on the knowledge and insights generated by the research projects performed by your colleagues at our industry partners
Senior Programme and Project Manager of Applied Research
Contribute to long-term innovation for the Dutch high-tech industry. Envision it.
The Netherlands is the high-tech manufacturing industry’s global leader. In order to maintain our leading position, we’re streamlining the development of innovative solutions through applied research. For applications in healthcare, for example, but also for the production of semiconductors. You can contribute to this as a senior programme and project manager at ESI in Eindhoven.
ESI (TNO) as an employer
ESI is always looking for talent to reinforce our team of research fellows.
If you have a relevant background in computer science, electrical engineering or applied mathematics, have a strong affinity with applied R&D in an industrial context and looking for the next step in your career, feel free to send your open application, including your CV and a motivation letter to the ESI Science Director Wouter Leibbrandt and the recruiter Yvonne Pribnow, (contact details below).
We are looking for students for the following internships:
1. Visualization of formal verification findings
The Machinaide project is a cooperation of TNO, Cordis SUITE, TU/e, Additive Industries, Lely Industries and KE-works. Machinaide aims at the development of digital twins for small- and medium-sized companies; Machinaide specifically targets digital twins of system control applications. Basis of Machinaide’s digital twins is the Cordis SUITE low-code platform, a platform for specification and code generation for system control. Cordis SUITE is being extended with data collection and visualization functionality developed in Machinaide.
2. Improving productivity analysis for cyber-physical production systems
The Bright project is a cooperation of TNO and Nexperia. In the project, we are developing model-driven methodologies to model and analyze the productivity of cyber-physical production systems like wafer scanners or die bonders. The goal is to make design-space exploration faster by using light-weight models that capture the necessary information about the system, like system resources, the system behavior, and the timing characteristics.
3. Model-based system performance engineering for CPS in device-edge cloud continuum
The TRANSACT project is a European project with the overarching goal of creating an architecture concept allowing standalone cyber-physical systems, such as interventional x-ray systems developed by Philips, to be distributed over the device-edge-cloud continuum.