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Control Design Engineer

at LineStream Technologies in Cleveland, OH   —   Jul 01, 2014   |  
As a Control Design Engineer at LineStream, you’ll work closely with the CTO to define the next generation of LineStream’s concepts and products. We’re constantly evaluating new applications for our Active Disturbance Rejection Control (ADRC), while investigating enhancements that improve performance and ease of use. Controls Design at LineStream includes control-related research, design, and development to take the ADRC concept in new directions, for new applications.
Advanced software control design to advance the ADRC control concept
Application of ADRC concept to new markets
System modeling, simulation and fast prototyping
Analysis and problem-solving while deploying products and solutions
Blue-sky research that will enable higher performance and easier implementation
3-5 years of independent control design and software development on PID, loop shaping, and observer-based controllers
Deploying controls in PLCs or industrial drives
Developing controls software for semiconductor platforms
Semiconductor platform development
Power supply switching-mode design
Solid knowledge and modeling ability of physical systems, including motion, temperature, fluid, pressure, etc.
Demonstrated grasp of closed-loop control design, time-domain and frequency-domain derivation, and stability analysis such as Bode and Nyquist, performance and robustness.
Strong ability to identify and address control-related issues in dynamic systems
Expertise in C/C++ and Matlab/Simulink
Proven organizational, time management, problem solving, and analytical skills
Master’s degree required, Ph.D in a field related to controls preferred
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