Job ID: #9556

Battery Engineer

Burlington, MA
Science Science
Research & Development

Position located in Burlington, MA


Responsibilities of the Battery Engineer:

  • Lead the design and oversee the construction of battery cell/ultrasound test systems and characterization efforts.
  • Will perform feasibility testing to evaluate cell capacity, cycle life, various failure modes, rate capabilities, internal resistance, and safety.
  • Conduct trade studies to understand experiment design trade-offs and make performance estimates to set design expectations.
  • Direct cell cycling and other electrochemical testing in conjunction with ultrasound measurements.
  • Develop and implement appropriate safety protocols for handling batteries.
  • Perform data analysis to quantitatively evaluate the cell performance in conjunction with ultrasound signal quality. Compare the performance of various ultrasound transducers and systems.
  • Stay up to date on battery technologies and understand how they might affect ultrasound sensing.
  • Lead technical research and feasibility of new technologies together with internal and/or external teams in alignment with the company product roadmap.


Requirements of the Battery Engineer:

  • MS or PhD in ChemE, EE, or related field with 3+ years experience working with lithium-ion battery chemistries.
  • Must have experience with ultrasound test systems and signal processing.
  • Programming experience is a plus.

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