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APPLY NOW FOR DELFT HYPERLOOP 08!

Academic year 23/24

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Deadline for application: 6th of March 23:59

Are you interested in working on the future of mobility with a team consisting of motivated and ambitious students? Would you like to challenge yourself, learn new skills and compete in the European Hyperloop Week 2024? Apply now!

Should you still have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at recruitment@delfthyperloop.nl

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POSITIONS

IMPORTANT DATES

13 February - 18:30-22:00 Student team info market

21 February - 19:00-22:00 Dreamteam interests drinks

22 February - 12:45-13:30 Online interests lunch and Q&A

2 March - 12:45-13:30 Delft Hyperloop lunch

6 March - 23:59 Application deadline

MANAGEMENT

Team Captain

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As Team Captain, you are the face of Delft Hyperloop. This means you will be presenting a lot within your team as well as to the outside world. Together with the whole of management you will determine the top-level strategy and you hold the final responsibility for the team. Furthermore, you are responsible for making sure that the team is motivated and can work together fluently. It is your job to lead and inspire the team to reach the goals for the year. Finally, you will be the main person for all HR queries.
 

Project Manager

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As Project Manager, you will be in charge of the planning and the financials of the whole project. It is your responsibility to create an in depth overview about how the year is going to look like. This overview includes different phases in the year, such as design and production. In addition, you are in charge of the financial status for the project. This includes creating detailed spreadsheets and keeping track of all costs and income. Next to keeping an overview, you will have to communicate all the information to the team. 

Chief Engineer

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As Chief Engineer, you will manage the quality of the hyperloop design. Your job consists of integrating all subsystems into the full pod design. For this, you will have lots of meeting with all the engineering leads to make sure everyone is on the same page and all the details of the subsystems are correct. 

BUSINESS & OPERATIONS

Lead Business & Operations 

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As Lead Business & Operations, you are responsible for the Business & Operations department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. In addition, you are in charge of all operations within the team. This includes logistics, inventory and finding courses for the team. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Partnerships Manager

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As Partnerships Manager, you will be focusing on acquisition. It is your job to call companies and convince them to be part of Delft Hyperloop. You will be responsible for acquiring funding, materials and knowledge for the project. These tasks require good communication and social skills.

Public Relations Manager

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As Public Relations Manager, you will be responsible for the image of Delft Hyperloop. It is your job to interact with the public and make sure that Delft Hyperloop is displayed in a professional and interesting way. This is done by maintaining the social media, organizing big events and reaching out to the press. 

Design Engineer 

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As Design Engineer, you will be working on the visualization of the hyperloop look and feel. As a design engineer you are the bridge between the full scale engineers and the outside world, bringing to life what it is like to experience and travel with the hyperloop, as well working on creating a desire amongst the general population.

SCALABILITY

Lead Scalability

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The scalability department is doing research on the aspects of implementation of the hyperloop in the real world. As Lead Scalability, you are responsible for the scalability department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Full-Scale Engineer 

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As Full-Scale Engineer, you will be doing research on different topics regarding the hyperloop and the implementation of a hyperloop system. With the knowledge you gained, you will write scientific papers and contribute to the acceleration of the hyperloop implementation.

PROPULSION

Lead Propulsion 

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The propulsion department designs and manufactures the propulsion sytem. As Lead Propulsion, you are responsible for the propulsion department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Propulsion Magnetics Engineer 

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As Propulsion Magnetics Engineer, you will be working on the next generation of linear magnetic motors, which will power the hyperloop. You will work with modelling software to design the linear motor, engineer subsystems such as control and thermal management, and help produce the final design. You will ensure that the pod propels itself with the highest efficiency and speed, and works well with the other systems in the pod. 

Propulsion Electrical
Engineer 

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As Propulsion Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for the design and analysis of the electrical subsystem of the propulsion system regarding circuits, hardware and control. Furthermore, you will take care of the feasibility, safety and communication of the electrical subsystem. 

Propulsion Control
Engineer 

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As Control Engineer at propulsion, you are responsible for the design and development of the control system of our motor. Working closely together with the Magnetics and Electrical Engineers, you determine the requirements for the physical system from a control perspective to enable an efficient interface between software and hardware, for example the maximum acceleration and velocity of the propulsion system. The control of a complex multi-input system at high speeds requires a deep technical understanding and frequent cooperation with partners.

Propulsion Electrical
Engineer 

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As Propulsion Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for the design and analysis of the electrical subsystem of the propulsion system regarding circuits, hardware and control. Furthermore, you will take care of the feasibility, safety and communication of the electrical subsystem. 

LEVITATION

Lead Levitation 

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The levitation department focuses on designing and producing a levitation system for the pod. As Lead Levitation, you are responsible for the levitation department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Levitation Magnetics Engineer 

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As Levitation Magnetics Engineer, you are responsible for designing a second generation levitating suspension. You will model complex magnetic physics and optimize the hardware for properties such as weight, drag, power and size. Magnetic behaviour presents tough design challenges which require a deep understanding of the physics and frequent cooperation with partners. 

Levitation Electrical Engineer 

As Levitation Electrical Engineer, you are responsible for the electrical design of a second generation levitating suspension. Working closely together with the Magnetics and Control Engineers, you will design all electrical components to enable an efficient interface between software and hardware. Moreover, you will work closely together with the Powertrain department. 

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Levitation Control Engineer 

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As Levitation Control Engineer, you are responsible for the design and development of the control system of a second generation levitating suspension. Working closely together with the Magnetics and Electrical Engineers, you determine the requirements for the physical system from a control perspective to enable an efficient interface between software and hardware, such as modelling the reaction time of the levitation system. Controlling a complex multi-input system to keep the pod levitating and constraining movement in multiple dimensions, requires a deep technical understanding and frequent cooperation with partners.

Levitation Mechanical Engineer

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As Levitation Mechanical Engineer, you will be responsible for integrating the magnetic levitation system with all the other subsystems. You will design the levitation system with regards to manufacturability, costs, safety and material selection. You are the glue between the magnetic and electrical hardware. 

SENSE & CONTROL

Lead Sense & Control 

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The sense & control department designs the "brain" of the pod. They are working on all the sensors and overhead control of the subsytems. As Lead Sense & Control, you are responsible for the sense & control department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

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As Sense & Control Electrical Engineer, you will be responsible for designing the PCBs of the pod. This task includes working with micro controllers as well as researching and choosing the sensors for the system. You will be developing a localization system that ensures knowing the position of the pod on the track at all times. Furthermore, you be contacting a lot of electronics companies to create the best possible electrical system.

Sense & Control Electrical Engineer

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As Sense & Control Software Engineer, you are responsible for the top-level control of the pod. You will design and implement software with challenging performance requirements, such as safety, high-speed communication and data processing. Furthermore, you will implement interfaces for cutting edge sensors. You will be collaborating with all departments to enable the pod reach its full potential. 

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POWERTRAIN

Lead Powertrain

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The powertrain department is designing the battery enclosure. They are making sure that the high and low voltage systems are safe and regulated. As Lead Powertrain, you are responsible for the powertrain department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Powertrain Electrical Engineer 

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As Powertrain Electrical Engineer, you are responsible for building and testing an extremely powerful and safe high-voltage battery system for the pod. You will determine how the high-voltage system is managed, charged and safely handled. For these tasks, you will be working together a lot with the Powertrain Mechanical Engineer to fulfill all the requirements. Furthermore, you will be in contact with high-tech companies about the components and manufacturability of the system.

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As Powertrain Mechanical Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and building the battery enclosure of the high-voltage sytem including a battery management system. This task requires absolute eye for detail and safety. Furthermore, you will need some experience with CAD software.

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MECHANICAL

Lead Mechanical 

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The mechanical department deisgns all the structural parts of the pod. This includes the chassis, brakes, aeroshell and track. As Lead Mechanical, you are responsible for the mechanical department. Your tasks consist of maintaining the finance, planning, quality and moral of the department. You will be responsible for communicating with the management.

Mechanical Braking Engineer

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As Mechanical Braking Engineer, you will be designing the braking system for the pod. You will be designing the braking system in CATIA and analyzing it using Finite Element Methods. Furthermore, you have to make sure, the system is well integrated with other parts. 

Mechanical Chassis Engineer 

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As Mechanical Chassis Engineer, you will be designing the chassis for the pod. You will be designing the chassis in CATIA and analyzing it using Finite Element Methods. Furthermore, you have to make sure that the chassis is well integrated with other parts. 

Mechanical Shell Engineer 

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As Mechanical Shell Engineer, you will be designing the aeroshell for the pod. You will be designing the aeroshell in CATIA and analyzing it using Finite Element Methods. Furthermore, you will use Computational Fluid Dynamics for optimizing the aeroshell for air drag. 

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