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Work at the forefront of automotive innovation with ZF,
one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers.

Matlab Engineer


Hyderabad, AP, IN

Req ID 40921 |Hyderabad, India


ZF offers diverse opportunities to help you advance in your career. With a variety of jobs in the fields of research and development, you can be part of a global technology company. At ZF, you will have the opportunity to work at the forefront of automotive innovation and shape the next generation of mobility. ZF offers diverse and interesting possibilities in many fields of work!


Technology Center in India is a building block in the digitalization strategy of ZF Group. ZF will leverage the engineering strength of the India talent to develop futuristic technologies for mobility.


We are looking for MATLAB Engineers to be based out of Hyderabad.


Your Tasks

•    Model Based Development using MATLAB, M-Script Simulink, State flow and Auto-code generation using Target Link.
•    Performing Model-In-Loop, Software-In-Loop, Model Coverage


Your Profile
•    Bachelors or master’s degree in engineering
•    3 to 6 Years of Experience on MATLAB based skills.

  •  Must have hands on experience on M-script 
  • Model-In-Loop, Software-In-Loop, Model Coverage.

•    Experience in Model Based Development using MATLAB, Simulink, State flow and Auto-code generation using Target Link.
•    Experience in Performing M-script,


Be part of our ZF team as Matlab Engineer and apply now!


Hari Kishore Karimikonda


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