- Interviews scheduled (applications are still possible)
- Second round of interviews (check with the recruitment team if applications are still possible)
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- Vacancy available
- Interviews scheduled
- Second round of interviews
- Final interviews
- Vacancy filled
Royal IHC is investing in the development of a high-speed transport system with Hardt Hyperloop, Tata Steel and BAM Infra. This year, the consortium is organising an exciting student project. We are recruiting a multidisciplinary team of students to find the optimal diameter of the hyperloop system. Within this role, you will engage in an intense learning experience while working in a student team of students from different educational backgrounds. You will take part in one of the most exciting societal and engineering challenges.
This internship requires you to work at BAM (Gouda), Hardt Hyperloop (Delft), Royal IHC (Delft) and Tata Steel (IJmuiden) to address the challenge from different perspectives, for two weeks at each location. To finish the internship, you will work on the final part at Delft. The role offers a great opportunity to get involved in the industry.
To be eligible for this Hyperloop internship, you must have the following profile:
- a Bsc – or a place on an MSc course – from an engineering discipline, such as aerospace, civil engineering, geology, geotechnics, mechanical, economics or urbanism
- availability for 12 successive weeks from September to December 2018
- excellent communication skills in English, both written and verbal
- a valid work visa.
Royal IHC offer you a challenging internship/graduation project within a successful and dynamic company with a reputation a gathering interest in the future of transportation.
Together with Hardt Hyperloop, Tata Steel and BAM Infra, IHC will invest in the development of the high-speed transport system. It works by utilising tubes under low pressure, through which capsules can travel with passengers or freight. Due to the low air pressure, speeds of 1,000 km/h can be achieved, offering a fast and sustainable alternative for short distance air traffic.
With IHC’s knowhow on pipe handling, foundation and tunnelling systems, it will contribute to the project by developing an efficient and fast method of building the hyperloop infrastructure. This will also minimise the environmental impact.
IHC MTI provides solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow in the fields of dredging, mining and offshore. The collaboration with the product development and engineering departments of IHC, universities, and other innovative companies are key to the success of IHC MTI’s activities.
IHC MTI’s employees work both theoretically and practically to develop these new industry solutions, which are then validated at the company’s in-house testing facilities. This continuous development further improves and extends IHC’s product and services portfolio, and the knowledge gained enables IHC MTI to offer consultancy services to its customers.
Send your CV and motivation letter to Jort van Wijk at JM.vanWijk@ihcmti.com before 31 August 2018, or click on the apply button and upload your CV and a cover letter.