Join the Team
We are looking for the next team! Find out what departments you can join and come to one of our interest drinks on:
27th of February & 4th of March from 17:30 – 21:30
Already certain about joining the team? Send your CV and motivation to email@example.com before the 15th of March.
As the board you are responsible for the proper functioning of the team. This responsibility is shared by several managers: Team Manager, Finance Manager, Project Manager and the Chief Engineer.
Business & Operations
The Business and Operations department has the responsibility of making all non-technical aspects of the Forze project a success. This includes the finance of the project, maintaining a positive relationship with our partners and sponsors, arranging the logistics of the team, organising events and constantly working on increasing the exposure of Forze.
As an aerodynamics engineer you are responsible for designing the outer shell of the car. The aero shell makes sure the air flows around the car as efficinetly as possible and generates enought downforce.
The electronics department is split in two parts; powertrain & embedded systems. The powertrain department takes care of all high power electrtonics, they make sure the Fuel Cell power is transfered to the wheels of the car. The embedded system’s main job is to send control signals to all components in the car and log all the data generated by the car.
The fuel cell is hte hearth of the car, as a fuel cell engineer you will be working on delivering the largest amount of power to the powertrain.
Within Forze the mechanical department is an altering job based on the progress of the car. Now that we are building a new car it also means designing a new gearbox and a new subframe. When testing and iterating on the car, it usually means producing parts for other departments. This means it is a very dynamic job within the team.
Simulation & Control
The simulation and control engineers simulated parts of the car as accuratly as possible in order to predict its behaviour and develop proper control software in order to change its behaviour.
The software department writes all code running on the car’s computers. These computers directly control all machinery in the car to make sure it runns on optimal performance.
The vehicle dynamisists develop and build the suspension assembly to make sure the car controlls well and has grip at all points of the track.