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Control electronics for Digital Displacement® machine

Control electronics for Digital Displacement® machine

Artemis is recruiting:

We are looking for talented people with a passion for engineering to work at the cutting edge of digital hydraulic development and application across a number of industries.

It’s not just your academic skills that make you stand out, show us why you’re an engineer and what motivates you.

Hands on experience and hobby activities are as much what we look for as academic qualifications.

Student Placements

Artemis takes on a small number of students every year to work with our engineers on development projects:

Term time engineering placements

Artemis plans to take on one or two engineering placement students during the 2017/2018 academic year. The successful candidates will help our engineers across their full range of activities including lab testing, mechanical and electronic design, simulation and data analysis.  If you’re looking for a demanding, hands-on placement with a great engineering team, please email your CV to recruitment artemisip com

or post to Michelle Davis at the address below:

Summer engineering placements

Artemis plans to take on one or two engineering placement students during the 2017/2018 academic year. The successful candidates will help our engineers across their full range of activities including lab testing, mechanical and electronic design, simulation and data analysis.  If you’re looking for a demanding, hands-on placement with a great engineering team, please email your CV to recruitment artemisip com

or post to Michelle Davis at the address below:

 

Doctoral Training

As part of a recently awarded multi-million pound project from the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK, Artemis is collaborating with the University of Edinburgh to fund up to 5 doctoral level researchers to contribute to the development of this unique technology.

Artemis Digital Hydraulics Doctoral Training

Artemis Intelligent Power is leading the world in developing the first truly digital hydraulic pumps and motors. These machines enable the development of hydraulic systems which save energy and reduce fuel consumption in off or on-road vehicles, and provide novel solutions to existing challenges in renewable power generation.

Programme Structure

The successful candidates will be employed full time by Artemis for the 3 year duration of the scheme. They will also be enrolled as full time PhD students at the University of Edinburgh. Although candidates will be formally employed by Artemis they will be focused on delivering the research aims of their PhD topic.

Funding is available to cover the course fees and an additional salary for the 3 year duration of the scheme.  The initial salary will be £23k per year with the possibility of annual increments depending on individual performance. The salary is not a “stipend” and will be subject the normal rates of UK income tax.  Applicants are expected to submit their thesis at the end of the 3 years as funding cannot be extended beyond this time.

Each employee will have an industrial supervisor from the Artemis Engineering team, and an Academic supervisor from the University of Edinburgh.

For more information on this program, please follow this link