Applications Engineer

COMSOL, G.K. is seeking an Applications Engineer (Low frequency electromagnetics/structural mechanics) to join its Tokyo office.

Primary responsibilities

  • Provide technical support for users of COMSOL Multiphysics in the field of mechanical engineering.
  • Develop and teach training classes in structural mechanics modeling.
  • Work with the sales and marketing departments
  • Give COMSOL product demonstrations at seminars, workshops, conferences, and meetings with customers.
  • Work collaboratively with developers to implement new features and participate in the overall product development of COMSOL Multiphysics.
  • Qualities

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English and Japanese.
  • Business oriented and willing to work with customers on a daily basis.
  • Genuine interest of mathematical modeling, computational physics, and related software simulation tools, particularly within the field of mechanical engineering.
  • High energy, self-motivated, quick study with positive attitude, flexible nature and goal-oriented work habits.
  • COMSOL Offers

  • Challenging problems in designing state-of-the-art engineering tools.
  • Highly creative and qualified teams.
  • Great career opportunities at a quickly growing high-tech software company.
  • Countless opportunities to make a difference.
  • Casual atmosphere in a spacious office.
  • Requirements

  • M.S. or Ph.D. in electromagnetics, engineering, physical sciences, or applied mathematics.
  • Experiences in coil/motor design and in the superconductor and its applications are preferable.
  • Demonstrated experience with computational modeling of structural mechanics.
  • COMSOL is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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    Номер REF-5191
    Должность Applications Engineer
    Местоположение Tokyo, Japan

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