Material scientist / Physicist Intern (f/m/d)

Tallinn, Estonia


We are looking for 1-2 students to join our fuel cell development team to carry out sekmo project bipolar plates material selection. This will also help us to understand more alternatives to bipolar plates. The internship should last 6 months and the student will be paid 500-600 EUR gross per month.


• Be a part of the Powerup Energy Technology to develop and select alternative materials/ composites for fuel cell bipolar plates and coatings.
• You will work closely in other teams working for selection, testing and development of composite materials.
• Ability and experience for documents together with reports.
• Test materials to assess how resistant they are to heat, corrosion or chemical attack.
• Assess materials for specific qualities (such as electrical conductivity, durability, renewability).
• Consider the costs implications of materials used and alternatives, in terms of both time and money.


• Bachelor’s/ Master’s student preferably in material science, engineering, physics, chemistry.
• CAD and CFD skills are preferred;
• True team player;
• Driven, self-motivated structured person with “can-do” attitude;
• Fluent in English;
• Honesty in working and motivated to achieve targets.


For more information regarding this position, please contact:

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