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Siemens Process Systems Engineering (SPSE), part of Siemens Digital Industries, is the leading provider of Advanced Process Modelling software, services and solutions to the process industries. We help our customers to develop and operate sustainable processes by applying digital twins based on our gPROMS platform technology. This enables them to explore the process decision space rapidly, reduce uncertainty and risk and make better, faster and safer design and operating decisions through deeper understanding of their processes.
Currently employing about 280+ employees worldwide, SPSE has a well-established reputation for thought leadership and technology innovation, achieved through substantial R&D spanning more than two decades. Following its recent acquisition by Siemens, the company is now embarking on a major further expansion of its products and related business development activities.
We offer a role with responsibility, independence, flexibility and to contribute to new ideas. We foster a teamwork culture with great opportunities for personal and professional development to grow your career.
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The successful intern will work within the Energy & Chemicals team of over 40 chemical engineers. The position is based in our Hammersmith office, West London where they will be expected to follow a Hybrid Working Policy of at least two days per week in the office.
The intern will be tasked with creating workflows for generating surrogate models of the high-fidelity models offered by gPROMS Process to be embedded within a hydrogen energy optimiser. They will need to liaise with the Sustainability lead to identify processes of interest and requirements for embedding in the optimiser, and then work with consultants in the different Practices within E&C to configure the necessary high-fidelity models to use for surrogate model training. A set of tasks and deliverables will be defined and prioritised, with the lower priority goals being considered as stretch goals for the project.
The internship will run for 12 weeks during the summer of 2023.
- At least 3 years of undergraduate-level studies in Chemical Engineering
- 3 A-levels with AAA grades or higher, at least one in Mathematics
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Good communication skills
- A willingness to learn independently, and from those around you
- Ability to work effectively in a team and on your own
- A desire to learn new skills
Working at Siemens Software
Working at Siemens means great work life balance and flexibility – whether that is full time in the office, hybrid or fully remote. We are always challenging ourselves to build a better future. We look for the most innovative and diverse Digital Minds to develop tomorrow’s reality and provide all the comfort and benefits employees need to achieve those goals.
Siemens Industry Software is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate unlawfully on the grounds of age, disability, gender assignment, marriage, and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, or trade union membership.