TNO-ESI as an employer
TNO-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 TNO-ESI Science Director Wouter Leibbrandt and the recruiter Yvonne Pribnow, (contact details below).
Modeling and analysis of deadlines in production systems using LSAT
LSAT (Logistics Specification and Analysis Tool) is a tool that can be used to specify and analyze production systems. Currently, LSAT does not provide the possibility to model and analyze actions that need to happen just-in-time and need to conform to deadlines. In this assignment we want to investigate how LSAT can be extended in this direction.
Modelling a robot stacker using Eclipse LSAT
Logistic facilities, like distribution centers, are becoming more and more automated. As the performance of such facilities is critical, it is essential to predict and optimize the performance of its robotic components. This assignment involves the prediction of the performance of a robotic pallet stacker, which moves layers of cartons from one pallet to another, and its surrounding systems