Internship - Aerospace Fault Tolerant Synchronization Controller
We are experts in power electronics, designing and manufacturing power supplies and motor controllers. We provide equipment for 3 demanding industries: aerospace, e-mobility and Oil & Gas.
Technical innovation and performance are the foundation of our company. Our products are embedded in cutting-edge applications. We provide two critical rad-tolerant motor controllers for the future Ariane 6 launcher. Our 25kW modular power units are integrated in the latest generation of quick chargers deployed across Europe. Our high temperature motor controllers take places inside the tools of a worldwide player of the O&G services, 10km under the ground, at 175°C ambient temperature.
We are a dynamic multicultural team, composed of 40 employees, based in Massy (Paris area, France), Pertuis (Aix-en-Provence area, France) and Houston (Texas, USA).
Our engineering team is composed of technicians, engineers and PhDs, experts in power electronics, digital control and software, control theory, industrialization and manufacturing. To sustain our growth, we are currently looking for high energy women and men.
We are looking for an intern to work on digital system design in Massy (91), with the objective to be hired consecutively.
Integrated into the aerospace team, the intern will be in charge of studying an advanced fault tolerant synchronization scheme implemented on Ariane 6 in 3 hot redundant FPGA controller boards. This scheme ensures that the majority of 3 controller boards remains always synchronized even when one controller board fails.
Understand existing fault tolerant synchronization algorithms developed by NASA/CNRS/etc
Help justify the algorithmics used in the synchronization controller and participate in the Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
Simulate the current synchronization controller implementation
Test the fault tolerance of the 3 hot redundant synchronization controllers on actual hardware
Bibliography: DPLL’s and fault tolerant controllers
Algorithm justification (using pseudo code)
Test on actual aerospace hardware with 3 FPGA-based synchronization controllers
You are in the last year of engineering school or equivalent
Strong skills in digital system design and VHDL
Strong analytical and mathematics background
You are dynamic and curious
You are fond of technology
You can communicate in English and French