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Intern NVH & Dynamics (m/f/d)

Req ID 3170 | Friedrichshafen, Germany


We are looking for a new colleague in the Virtual Methods department at our location in Friedrichshafen from march or later with the option to write your thesis with ZF afterwards


Your tasks as Intern NVH & Dynamics (m/f/d): 

  • Performing nonlinear contact simulations
  • Correlation and convergence studies as well as performing and evaluation of parameter studies
  • Process-automatization of multiphysical FE-model creation for NVH and vibration fatigue
  • Creation of scripts for speeding up the standard processes of the creation FE-models (Python, TCL)
  • Performing electromagnetic simulation of traction electric motors and acoustic optimization of the stator/rotor


Your profile as Intern NVH & Dynamics (m/f/d): 

  • Study in the field of electrotechnics, mechatronics, physics, mechanical engineering or mathematics
  • Knowledge of commercial FE-tools for electromagnetic simulation required 
  • Structural way of working, Analytical thinking and creativity
  • Experience with programming (Python)
  • English or German language skills


The compatibility of work and family life is firmly anchored at ZF. For more information, please visit www.zf.com/berufundprivatleben


Be part of our ZF team as Intern NVH & Dynamics (m/f/d) and apply now!


Lisa Marlen Messmann

(49) 211 584222012 


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