Continental Electrical Engineering Intern in Troy, Michigan
Electrical Engineering Intern
Assist Hardware Engineers with several different test and analysis activities on VNI CE projects with a focus on Body Controller Modules:
Support the development of test plans and execution of “golden sample” and hardware integration testing.
Support module level EMC testing (observation as well as hands-on participation).
Support circuit analysis and simulation of hardware designs under development.
EMC test environment and execution overview
General Device Under Test (DUT) functional I/O principals (analog input/output, digital input/output, etc.)
Fundamental electrical circuit simulation and analysis.
• Must be enrolled in a US accredited Electrical Engineering degree program,
• Must maintain a minimum GPA of a 2.8
• Fluent in the English language (speaking and written)
• Experience with Microsoft Office.
• Able to lift and maneuver 40 pound fixtures.
• A relocation package will not be offered for this opportunity.
• Must be local to Troy, Mi area since position is required to be onsite .
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This Business Area Vehicle Networking and Information develops modules and end-to-end systems for connected mobility along the strategic elements “Network. Inform. Integrate.”, i.e. hardware, software and services. By providing solutions for networking, human-machine interaction, system integration and high-performance computing for cars, commercial vehicles and fleets, Vehicle Networking and Information ensures functioning networks and a smooth flow of information for connected mobility.
Vehicle Networking and Information (VNI)
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