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Power electronic design engineer/postdoc M/F

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- Français-- Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : jeudi 14 mars 2024

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Informations générales

Intitulé de l'offre : Power electronic design engineer/postdoc M/F (H/F)
Référence : UMR8029-ROMLEG-001
Nombre de Postes : 1
Lieu de travail : BRUZ
Date de publication : jeudi 1 février 2024
Type de contrat : CDD Technique/Administratif
Durée du contrat : 12 mois
Date d'embauche prévue : 1 avril 2024
Quotité de travail : Temps complet
Rémunération : from 2350€ to 2477€ (gross monthly salary depending on experience)
Niveau d'études souhaité : Niveau 6 - (Bac+3 ou 4)
Expérience souhaitée : Indifférent
BAP : Sciences de l'Ingénieur et instrumentation scientifique
Emploi type : Ingénieur-e en techniques expérimentales

Missions

operate and develop an experimental smart grid platform

Activités

Primary activities:
◦ operate the "opENS" experimental platform
◦ prepare and support experimental research tests
◦ participate in the design of future platform developments
Associated activities:
◦ Participate in the management and proper functioning of the laboratory's experimental set

Compétences

The candidate should have a master's degree, an engineering title or a PhD with the following skills and qualities:
◦ Have scientific expertise in electronics and power electronics (inverter, filters, prototyping ...)
◦ Design and prototyping of electronic boards
◦ Embedded development
◦ Python development and information networks
◦ Rigor in the implementation and experimental tests
◦ Proficiency in scientific English (oral, written)
◦ Team work
◦ Maintain excellent interpersonal skills
◦ Work with rigor and organization

Contexte de travail

The IETR Institut d'Electronique et des Technologies du numéRique laboratory is a joint research unit focusing on electronics and digital technologies. The SyEnsCES (Systèmes Energétiques et transduCteurs Electriques Soutenables) team is developing research topics on sustainable energy systems and power grid management. In particular, the growing number of renewable sources and flexible consumption, such as electric vehicles, requires the design of management algorithms adapted to a very large number of participants. Once validated in simulation, these new decentralized algorithms need to be confirmed experimentally. This is often a major hurdle, as it is challenging to reproduce phenomena involving a large number of agents within the scale of a research facility.

Under development since 2018, the opENS platform therefore aims to experimentally validate work dedicated to the distributed control of power grids. The basic unit of this platform is a connected, open-source inverter. This inverter was designed within the SyEnsCES team, with the aim of keeping unit costs down, enabling real-time control and providing a high-level programming and communication interface. It can therefore be manufactured in large numbers (currently 20) to emulate the phenomena occurring on today's power grids. Each inverter reproduces the power flow generated by a renewable power plant, a flexible consumer or an electric vehicle, for example. It is driven by a digital signal processor (DSP) - programmed in C - for real-time control of currents and voltages. This DSP receives active and reactive power setpoints from a raspberry pi, allowing distributed control algorithms to be implemented using a high-level language such as Python. An interface based on a website, a database and the MQTT protocol enables measurements to be collected and the whole system to be supervised. These possibilities go beyond the usual limits of laboratory microgrids, where the number of agents is intrinsically limited.

This engineer/post doc position is part of the DC Architect project, funded by the Advanced Energy Systems Technologies priority research equipment program. The project involves French electrical engineering laboratories in the field of DC voltage networks. The opENS experimental platform will be used to experimentally validate the methods resulting from this project, particularly at the interfaces between AC and DC networks.

Like the IETR researchers at the École Normale Supérieure de Rennes (ENS Rennes), the engineer will be integrated into the mechatronics department. This teaching department delivers courses from bachelor to master level. it aims to prepare its students for careers in teaching and research in industrial sciences and STEM. You'll be surrounded by fellow PhD students, teachers, professors and staff. The professional atmosphere here places great importance on training and skills development for all.

Le poste se situe dans un secteur relevant de la protection du potentiel scientifique et technique (PPST), et nécessite donc, conformément à la réglementation, que votre arrivée soit autorisée par l'autorité compétente du MESR.