Control Systems Engineer
SGD Competitive Remuneration Package
Control System Engineering within the Global Hardware Engineering is setup to have the following responsibilities
Apply modern control linear system theory and modeling in the Laplace domain to determine the required stability of classical electronics hardware i.e. power supplies, VOC sensors, dust sensors, heater plates.
To define and evaluate Commercial Motors Control Algorithms/ Technique for the various types of SPM, IPM and Stepper motors.
To define algorithms to determine the State of Charge and State of Health for future development of battery systems using Model-Based Estimation and Observe-ability through electrochemical-based models or the traditional equivalent circuit models to predict cell performance.
Resource to apply and establish control theories and systems technique to solve system stability issue and sets performance expectations
Not too far away is West Park, our flagship advanced motor manufacturing facility where we develop our autonomous robotic manufacturing capabilities – more than 300 robots assemble our Dyson Digital Motor (DDM) here. It is here that we develop our next generation of motor technology.
The potential candidate should have a good knowledge of the following
- Control System Modelling using (differential equations, Laplace transforms in state space models, discrete time models)
Design requirements as a control system performance
System performance analyses using Frequency Response Plots, Root Locus and Non-minimum-phase transfer functions
Knowledge of Motor Control Algorithm is an added advantage
Deliver high quality results in support of control algorithm development and systems requirements to execute function with consideration of safety, thermal performance and product robustness.
Identify and resolve design issues; and perform data analysis and generate comprehensive technical reports.
Assist verification and validation team validation planning, physical testing and compliance review if required.
This is what we need you to have...
- Master Degree above in (Electrical/Electronics/Control Engineering) or equivalent.
At least 2 years of working or research experience in the related field.
Design knowledge and experience in major aspect of Electronics: Power Electronics, Control Theory, Battery management, Analogue, Digital and sensing technology with its interfacing (magnetic, optics, etc).
Experience using simulation tools to support design calculations and documentation.
Capable to deliver high quality results within tight time deadlines.
Strong analytical skills with the ability to work independently and effectively as a team.
Highly motivated person with good communication skills and able to work within a team.
Independence, Integrity and self driven with a strong focus on results.
Fluent in spoken and written English.
Ability to travel