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R&D Engineer in Design and Implementation of Electrochemical Stacks
Your mission :
The Laboratory of Optics () at EPFL has an opening for an R&D engineer to contribute in the design and implementation of a novel electrolysis stack for hydrogen generation.
This role is in the framework of an Innosuisse Project and in collaboration with HESSO Valais with the goal of demonstrating a pilot water electrolysis system.
This cost-effective, and efficient electrolysis unit will produce enough hydrogen to meet the demands of light mobility applications.
A startup will be incorporated upon fulfillment of this project for commercialization of this product. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to continue his role as an early team member of the startup Main duties and responsibilities include :
This system will be fed by water and powered by electricity to generate and store hydrogen at high pressures.
Your profile :
We offer :
Access to the world class R&D facilities.
Entering a dynamic and diverse team of highly motivated students and scientists.
A full time contract for a period of one year, renewable
A competitive salary according to EPFL salary scale Start date :
Term of employment :
Fixed-term (CDD) Work rate :
100% Duration : 1 year, renewable
1 year, renewable