Computer Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering
THE MELT IEP INITIATIVE
The Melt accelerator has an ongoing commitment to development of Engineering capability in Australia. Each year we provide novel and interesting projects so that undergraduate engineers may gain their industrial experience requirements of their University Degree. The projects are tailored to suite the 12-week work experience timeframe and include electrical, electronic, process and mechanical as well as software engineering applications. The industrial experience is carried out as a self-paced project with the equivalent of approximately 12 weeks work experience to be completed within 9 months of commencement. The industry experience project may be nominated as requiring one (1) or more student positions.
There is two (2) key stakeholders in the IEP project, these are:
The project is very similar in scope to a typical engineering “Final Year Project” with some fundamental differences. These include:
We look forward to working with you. We know that you will have a great experience and learn many aspects to engineering that can’t be taught in a course, all the while we get to witness amazing new engineering talent launch their career.
Progress in the maturity of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology platforms has been explosive over the last decade. There is no doubt that it has penetrated mainstream applications and is disrupting traditional telemetry thinking and paving the way for new business models and solutions.
Advancement is so prolific that adoption is now limited by the ability to keep abreast of the “state of the art” and identifying the most appropriate technology stack for the implementation of a specific solution or “use-case”. The Melt Accelerator has many IoT applications that need a considered architecture. This project aims to review, assess and demonstrate the current viable technology architectures and determine the various benefit trade-offs as a decision matrix to apply to different applications:
The landscape is broad and complex with many trade-offs that will affect performance for any specific application and these trade-offs need to be understood visualised.
Stage 1: Investment
The first stage of the project is to investigate the “state of the art” in IoT technology Platforms and develop a good understanding of the following elements:
This investigation will start with the assumption & following actions:
The deliverable of this stage is:
Stage 2: Demonstration (60%)
The objective of the demonstration is to implement:
Stage 3: Final Report. (20%)
The final stage will be the final report to include all the learnings and outcomes of the demonstration. The student should also include any updated recommendations, options to cost down and an overall conclusion of the outcomes for the aim of the project.
WHAT DOES MELT ACCELERATOR LOOK LIKE?
At Melt Accelerator we strive to win by creating a work environment that helps everyone achieve their personal and professional goals by doing real meaningful work, constantly learning and having fun along the way.
The below are the core values that we need all team members to buy into and to set the tone of how we operate on a daily basis. These were created to best reflect who we are and who we aspire to be and are crafted very much with the founder’s core principles at their heart.
Key relationships (internal):
Key relationships (external):
THE UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:
|ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES||ACCOUNTABILITIES||KPI’S (SUBJECTIVE & OBJECTIVE)|
|Understanding the Scope and Requirements of the project||Technical Mentor – Discussion with Challenge Sponsor and Q&A as required.||Project Strategy Synopsis|
|Project Research||Technical Mentor – Research and Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) documentation of the Project.||Project Plan & Objectives. Weekly Update.|
|Project Development||Technical Mentor – Project engineering synthesis and delivery.||Project Deliverables. Project Report. Weekly Update.|
|Project Presentation||Challenge Sponsor – Formal Presentation of Return on Experience (lessons learned).||Presentation Day|
|Safety||Following process and procedures of safety as per induction content and instructions.||Behave according to process and procedures of WHS|
|Paperwork for graduation||The student will ensure all paperwork required for graduation is signed and approved.||Required paperwork signed and approved by University and other required entities.|
|Social Media||Help prepare content and support and maintain Melt Accelerator’s social media accounts as required||Manage and maintain Social Media accounts as required|
TASKS (NOT LIMITED TO BUT INCLUDE):
This role includes:
Send your CV, Uni Transcripts and a video interview by following the apply button above
Melt Accelerator was created to satisfy a gap in the market of accelerating ideas with a hardware component in a commercially viable and risk-free environment. With a broad range of partners and supporters Melt Accelerator is the first Australian hardware accelerator and industry prototyping lab offering a rigorous stage-gated process combined with ‘state of the art’ industrial engineering equipment and team offering product proof-of-concept experimentation, prototyping, pilot builds and pre-commercialisation activities, along with scientific consultancy and technical engineering and a proven stage gated process to go from idea to large scale production.