Systems Engineer, Advanced EVS
Electrical Engineering | San Jose, CA | Full Time
Tula’s core philosophy is built on the idea that every engine or motor, whether gas, diesel or electric, has a so-called “sweet spot” of efficient operation. Tula’s DSF and DMD control strategies are designed to have engines (both gasoline and diesel) and motors operate a greater percentage of time at (or near) their natural sweet spots, and in the process, fuel/energy is saved and emissions are reduced. Tula’s DSF technology has been recognized by the International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT) as being one of the technologies that are essential for helping global automakers meet fuel efficiency mandates. We have over 150 issued patents and over 150 more pending.
Based in our San Jose, CA headquarters, the Systems Engineer, Advanced Electric Vehicle Systems will be responsible for:
- Systems engineering for integration of EV traction control into advanced vehicle systems.
- Create functional and design requirements for electric powertrains, energy management and battery management systems.
- Participate in the design of functionally safe architectures, control strategies, test plans and validation methods, for new vehicle mechatronic systems.
- Develop HIL testing methods and implement HIL designs for new control systems.
- Prove and optimize control strategies using SIL, HIL, system, and vehicle testing.
- Communicate results and recommendations to team and stakeholders on a regular basis and cooperate with cross-divisional counterparts.
- Keep abreast of emerging technologies, tools, and methods.
- 5 years' experience in automotive systems engineering focused on electrified vehicles and/or powertrain systems.
- Experience with rapid control system development.
- Strong background in CAN and J1939.
- In-depth knowledge of system engineering tools (e.g. Simulink, MathWorks Embedded Software Tools, and dSpace).
- Knowledge of 1-D simulation tools (eg. AVL Cruise, GT-Power, or Simulink).
- Demonstrated skills developing and optimizing control strategies on vehicles.
- Previously demonstrated strong technical knowledge, analysis, and communication skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills, be a self-starter with demonstrated high levels of initiative and innovation.
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Engineering Physics
Master's degree preferred