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Students for modelling piezoelectric actuators

The Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH developed the software tool SyMSpace, which is used for optimization of mechatronic systems. In the moment e.g. simulation models of piezoelectric actuators are integrated, so that the design of this drive technology can be optimized.

We search for motivated students, who model piezoelectric actuators for utilization in SyMSpace. This might be in form of a Bachelor- or Masterhthesis, an internship or a project work as well.

Your tasks:

  • Derivation of analytic models e.g. in Mathematica, Maple…
  • Implementation of system matrices in Matlab respectively Python
  • (Parametric model in NGSolve)
  • (Parametric model in ANSYS)
  • (measurement of a prototype und comparison with simulation)
  • Documentation of the models for SyMSpace
  • Create drawings for representation of the components respectively automatic report-creation
  • Support in the integration of the components in SyMSpace

Our expectations:

  • Result-oriented and self-contained function
  • Analytic modeling of mechanical systems (e.g. beam theory, state space representation,…)
  • Fundamental programming knowledge e.g. in Matlab or Python
  • Fundamental knowledge in graphical software e.g. CorelDraw
  • (knowledge in NGSolve or ANSYS)
  • (knowledge in measurement instrumentation (voltage, acceleration))

Our offers:

  • Literature concerning modeling
  • Support/introduction in required software
  • Similar components and it´s implementation as orientation
  • Flexible working hours: depending on working-structure  (BSc-, MSc-, projectwork- or internship)
  • Competitive, performance-based salary (basis of negotiation € 1.000,- brutto/40h)

We are looking forward to your application to: Mag.a Gerda Klammer, MBA | |

Online since: 06.08.2018

Open PhD Position - "Transfer Learning with Fuzzy Systems"

The Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH (LCM) and the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems (FLLL) of the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) are offering a PhD position in the field of transfer learning with fuzzy systems. The basic task is to transfer knowledge from one or a number of original source tasks to one or more related target tasks with little training data available for each, while achieving robust and consistent models. Thereby, (one or more of) the following related variants for transfer learning could be considered throughout the PhD:

  • Direct model transfer from one concrete source task to a related target task.
  • Learning common transferable representations.
  • Multi-task learning as a variant of inductive transfer learning.

In all variants, it is a challenge to transfer model parameters, model structures and/or input feature representations, and this ideally with as little labelled data in the target task as possible (for cost reduction). Regarding model architecture, the focus will be on fuzzy systems, which offer a division of the input space into local granules (rules) and can be used as multi-event models. Thus, partial local transfer strategies may also play an important role.

The developed approaches should be tuned and evaluated on real-world data from industrial projects. The position will be located in the LCM, with mentoring and supervision activities by the Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems.

 Profile/Personal Qualification of the candidate:

Applicants should preferably have a completed master in Mathematics/Informatics/Mechatronics, 300 ECTS points received during her/his study (bachelor and master) and have prior experience in soft computing and/or machine learning techniques. We expect willingness for preparing publications in international journals and conferences, and clearly suppose an interest in transfer learning and adaptive systems. Working permission for the EU is required.

Duration of contract: 3 years, Deadline of Application.: Sep 30, 2018, Start Date: Jan 01, 2019

LCM and JKU wish to increase the proportion of female personal and, for this reason, especially welcome applications from women.

Contact: Applicants should send a CV, degree certificates and references to own publications together with a letter of motivation to Mag.a Gerda Klammer, MBA.

Online since: 14.06.2018

Get in touch with us!

We would be pleased to hear from you by e-mail or telephone. Convince us personally with your education, your experience and your references. Browse our current job vacancies or send us a speculative application, because we are always looking for enthusiastic people!

Mag. Gerda Klammer, MBA

Head of Human Ressource

+43 732 2468 6019

Woman`s promotion

We promote women in the technical field, inspire them and provide them the same career opportunities as their male colleagues. We took the following measures as to increase the attractiveness of the offered jobs for female graduates of technical studies and universities, and as to facilitate their entry:


  • Selective admission of female interns and degree candidates as an initiation of a research career
  • Participation in projects that promote female talents
  • Selectively addressing females at career fairs as to increase the proportion of women
  • Organization of working time: flexible working hours, teleworking and part-time models
  • Child care: the Johannes-Kepler University offers LCM employees adequate child care in their respective premises



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