Bachelor Thesis: Development of a Software Architecture for the Shift Strategy Assessment Software based on the AVL Simulation Desktop (m/f)

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      AVL is the world's largest independent company for development of powertrains (combustion engines, hybrid systems, electric drive) as well as simulation and test systems for passenger cars, trucks and marine engines.

      We offer a bachelor thesis:

      Development of a Software Architecture for the Shift Strategy Assessment Software based on the AVL Simulation Desktop

      Task:

      • Analysis of existing software and target environment (AVL Simulation Desktop)
      • Evaluation of possibilities to carry over structure / code of the existing software into the final Plug-In
      • Break down of the resulting architecture into tasks / work packages and maintaining a critical path regarding timing estimation
      • Redesign / restructuring of the User Interface according to the possibilities and features of the AVL Simulation Desktop framework
      • Development of an architecture for the simplified vehicle model and current state of the software as Plug-In for AVL Simulation Desktop
      • Development of an extended architecture for handling AVL VSM simulation data as input for shift pattern assessment
      • Development of an extended architecture for handling Measurement data as input for shift pattern assessment
      • Close cooperation and communication with the software development team and support of the development iteration planning
      • Support of development

      Study:

      • Software engineering and Business
      • Computer Science
      • Information Computer Engineering

      Requirements:

      • Programming experience in Python, Java, Matlab
      • Experience in developing Software Architecture
      • Good command of English
      • Independent, goal-oriented work

      Remuneration: The successful completion of the thesis is a one-time fee of EUR 2.500, - gross remuneration

      Contact:
      DI Gerhard Kokalj
      Skill Team Leader PC Transmission & Hybrid Calibration
      Tel.: +43 316 787 2517
      gerhard.kokalj@avl.com
      www.avl.com/master-and-phd-thesis