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Naam Organisatie
Flanders Make

Website Organisatie
www.flandersmake.be

Contactpersoon Organisatie
Human Resources

Emailadres Contactpersoon
humanresources@flandersmake.be

Telefoonnummer Contactpersoon
+3216328031

Functieomschrijvingen

Titel Functie
Research engineer Smart machines

Relevant vakgebied
Engineering (Control, Mechatronics, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics,..)

Beschikbaar vanaf
10 - feb - 2016

Toelichting functie omschrijving
As a smart machines researcher you investigate in cooperation with the top companies in Flanders how you can increase the performance and energy efficiency of their machines such as harvesting machines, compressors, weaving machines, gear units,... You decide which sensors will be added to these machines and develop advanced machine control algorithms which process the sensor measurements with the objective to derive the optimal machine settings.

Machines of the future will always become smarter. More and more sensors (accelerometers, torque sensors, pressure sensors, flow sensors, temperature sensors, cameras,…) are being installed on machines to monitor the condition of the machine input, the quality of the produced product as well as the actual machine state. Advanced algorithms will be implemented on the machine controllers to calculate the optimal steering signals for the machine actuators based on this sensor information such that the machine optimally adapts its behavior.

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Titel Functie
Research engineer Manufacturing Machines

Relevant vakgebied
Engineering (Mechatronics, Production engineering, Control

Beschikbaar vanaf
10 - feb - 2016

Toelichting functie omschrijving
As a research engineer anufacturing machines, you develop the Additive Manufacturing and High-Precision Machines of the future in cooperation with the Flemish high end industry.
Flanders’ Make is currently performing research into advanced production processes in two research programmes: 'Manufacturing High-Precision Components' and 'Additive Manufacturing for Serial Production'. To convert studied process innovations into industrial applications, new machine concepts are required.

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