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Power Electronics Engineer

Baltimore, MD
Power Electronics Engineers (All experience levels)
RCT Systems, Power Systems, located in Baltimore MD, is committed to technical excellence and innovation. We develop and manufacture advanced power conversion electronics; power management & distribution systems; hybrid electric vehicle systems; and electric machines & magnetic systems, primarily for DoD & Defense/Aerospace customers.  We are a certified Small Business with a proven track record of over 170 Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) awards from DoD, DoE and NASA, including 55 Phase II awards – and over 150 patents, a testament to our commitment to innovative excellence. We are a past winner of the prestigious Tibbetts SBIR Award for outstanding technological innovation. For additional information, visit our website at https://www.rct-systems.com/power-systems-division/
RCT Systems, Power Systems, is seeking Electrical Engineers specializing in Power Electronics. More specifically, Power Electronics Engineers will be involved in:
  • Design and testing of SiC based power electronic converter topologies including active rectifiers, isolated DC-DC converters, solid-state-transformers, and high-speed motor drives
  • Design and test DSP based digital control algorithms, FPGA supported modulators, and PLC based high-level system controllers
  • Detailed PCB designs including SiC gate drivers, system control PCBs, and support hardware
  • Design and test medium voltage (3.3 – 10 kV) SiC semiconductor modules
 Minimum Requirements:
  • BS in electrical engineering required, MS and PhDs a plus
  • All experience levels considered – entry level to senior principal engineers
  • Experience programming various microcontrollers and DSPs a plus
  • Experience designing motor drives, ac-dc, and dc-ac converters
  • United States Citizenship required due to US Government ITAR program restrictions
 Immediate Requirements/Projects include:
  • High Power SiC and Silicon power device design into converters/inverters
  • EMI/EMC MIL 461 Compliance and other MIL spec design requirements
  • Multiple parallel/series connected bi-directional galvanically isolated AC/DC, DC/DC converters
  • Power levels 50KW to 500KW converters/inverters that are linked together for higher power levels up in MWs
  • Navy (surface & sub), Army vehicles and infrastructure, Aircraft potentially
  • Space/RF not required

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