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Our team:Research and Development (R&D) in Europe is responsible for the planning, the development and the production of  attractive, superior quality cars matching European market requirements. Material Engineering Division is responsible for the localization, development and evaluation of metal and plastic materials used in the car, (i.e. high strength steel, aluminum and fiber reinforced plastics) for the purpose of weight and cost reduction.Our function is to qualify European materials and to assure their performance: processability, strength and durability over the lifetime of the vehicle taking into account all the environmental aspects the parts will be exposed to (i.e. heat, chemical attack, humidity, etc.).  Your Responsibilities:Your challenges will be :1- To propose new innovative materials and processes for hydrogen tanks. We aim at reducing cost, increasing productivity while keeping a superior level of quality and durability.- Conduct extensive literature study- Generate new material and manufacturing concept- Identify capable partners for future development2- To support the development of new CFRP materials - Benchmark key materials towards our target parts by analytical, physical, and mechanical test methods in our laboratory- Grasp information from key European suppliers/institutes- Conduct manufacturing trial- Conduct root cause analyses and propose countermeasures for further improvement. Techniques learned:Generation of new material concept towards a performance targetResin and composite materials: physical and mechanical evaluations, Processing knowledge Place of internship: Toyota Motor Europe – R&D Centre Zaventem - BelgiumStarting date: from May 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2771
Team/division description:The Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) is part of the R&D group at Toyota Motor Europe Technical Center in Zaventem, Belgium. Our division is in charge of:• Identifying market requirements and trends, and turning them into development targets for vehicles, their subsystems, and down to components• Performance development of passenger vehicles for the European market• Researching state of the art and beyond state of the art technologies for implementation in future vehicles• Developing the state of the art methods to set these requirements, predict the performances and validate themThe Reliability & Strength team is responsible for the structural durability and strength of the body-in-white and chassis.The Reliability & Strength team is looking for a motivated Engineering Intern with strong interest in data science applied to mechanical engineering. Your responsibilities:Your primary responsibility will be to develop a prediction method for the body outer panel strength (doors, roof, hoods) based on machine learning in order to reduce the amount of simulations during development and thus streamline our development process.A strong correlation is known between several features of the outer panels and their strength. Your tasks in order to create a predictive model based on this correlation will be:- Collecting the datao Extracting features from CAD/FEM and automation thereofo Possibly generating more data by FEM and/or test.o Creating a usable database for machine learning- Configuring and fitting a model- Validating it on new dataTo do so, you will be part of a team with competencies in mechanical engineering and data analysis with an access to state of the art prediction tools and to necessary testing facilities. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem): Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: asapDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some  of  the  project  content  may  have  to  be  treated  as  confidential  and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report.It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2770
Team/division description:The Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) is part of the R&D group at Toyota Motor Europe Technical Center in Zaventem, Belgium. Our division is in charge of:• Identifying market requirements and trends, and turning them into development targets for vehicles, their subsystems, and down to components• Performance development of passenger vehicles for the European market• Researching state of the art and beyond state of the art technologies for implementation in future vehicles• Developing the state of the art methods to set these requirements, predict the performances and validate themThe Reliability & Strength team is responsible for the structural durability and strength of the body-in-white and chassis.The Reliability & Strength team is looking for a motivated Engineering Intern with strong interest in data science applied to mechanical engineering. Your responsibilities:Your primary responsibility will be to develop a prediction method for input forces to the body and the suspension based on metrics already measured on customer vehicles in order to use big data for target setting.This prediction method will be based on a combination of physical models (model based approach) and regression models based on machine learning techniques to create virtual sensors (sensor fusion).To do so, you will be part of a team with competencies in mechanical engineering and data analysis with an access to state of the art prediction tools and to necessary testing facilities. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem): Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some  of  the  project  content  may  have  to  be  treated  as  confidential  and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2769
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:•  Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core  models •  Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partnersBody Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning &  Design of   Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps. Your projectTo investigate mechanical sounds of key operational interior component(s) [eg: Glove box, center console armrest, airvents], defining sensory quality sound targets & proposing feasible engineering solutions to support achievement of those targets, for next generation models.Benchmark of internal & competitor parts and identification of key structuresSound measurement of identified components, both subjectively and objectively.Analysis of evaluation results, identifying links between subjective and objective results.Criteria setting for next generation components’ sound performance.Investigation of the structural features / factors influencing the sound performance & identification of best practice.Application of the findings into projects which are in development. Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.Starting date: 30 June  2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2768
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:•  Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core  models •  Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partnersBody Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning &  Design of   Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps. Your projectTo develop a tool and a methodology which can predict condensation in automotive lamps- Identify which are the main factors causing condensation- Identify how to simulate these factors the best way- Prepare numerical CFD model (using Star CCM+). If needed, modify the code- Run experiments with actual prototypes and proceed with correlation of the model- Apply the findings on projects which are in development Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.Starting date: 1 September 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
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2020-2767
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:•  Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core  models •  Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partnersBody Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning &  Design of   Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps. Your projectTo investigate automotive UX trends, and support investigations & planning for future UX concept.Plan and conduct user research and competitor analysisInterpret data and qualitative feedbackCreate user stories, personas, and storyboardsDetermine information architecture and create sitemapsConduct usability testingPresent and communicate insights in order to help shape product strategy Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.Starting date: 30 June  2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2766
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team within R&D has the role of providing simulation models and virtual evaluation tools to the specific performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, brake control), as well as defining more advanced performance indicators to support vehicle project development target setting. Most of the experiments are conducted on Driving simulator managed by the same team. Your projectSYMBIOTIC DRIVING RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONThe mission of the work will be to improve the understanding of the driver-vehicle interaction for continuous or intermittent steering control.Identify the parameters of an existing driver model with the focus on highway straight line control.Calibration of a steering assist controller to improve path following accuracy and driver comfort, by improving the matching of real drivers on driving simulator experiment with driver model estimation. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe R&D (Brussels, Belgium)Starting date: from May 1st Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2765
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team within R&D has the role of providing simulation models and virtual evaluation tools to the specific performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, brake control), as well as defining more advanced performance indicators to support vehicle project development target setting. Most of the experiments are conducted on Driving simulator managed by the same team. Your projectVIRTUAL EVALUATION CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT IN SIMULATORThe mission of the work will be to improve the understanding of the driver-vehicle interaction for continuous or intermittent steering control.Perform the necessary DoE at Driving Simulator in order to:• Provide additional performance assessment when comparing different tyre variations for a wide range of manoeuvres • Provide performance assessment capability robustness for different simulation setups e.g. tyre and damper models of different complexity, several grades of haptic vibration etc. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe R&D (Brussels, Belgium)Starting date: from May 1st Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2762
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team within R&D has the role of providing simulation models and virtual evaluation tools to the specific performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, brake control), as well as defining more advanced performance indicators to support vehicle project development target setting. Most of the experiments are conducted on Driving simulator managed by the same team. Your projectUNDERSTAND HUMAN HAPTIC SENSE AND STEERING BEHAVIOUR FOR 'FUN TO DRIVE'The mission of the work will be to improve the understanding of the driver-vehicle interaction for continuous or intermittent steering control. Perform the necessary DoE at Driving Simulator with several subjects to investigate driver’s control ability and correlation to sensory feel for the (provided) different virtual vehicle handling conditions, vehicle model parameterizations and ADAS (Lane Keep Assist / Lane Track Control) configurations, with the stress on the utilization of data coming from an instrumented steering wheel (ISW).Performance analysis developing further the existing data analysis toolchain for highly automatized data processing.A proactive approach of testing new hypothesis that fit the subjective ‘fun to drive’ is required. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe R&D (Brussels, Belgium)Starting date: from May 1st Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2759
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTitle: “Road noise: mechanism investigation”Tire rolling noise or road noise is one of the main sources of noise in modern cars. Moreover, with the increased share of hybrid and electric vehicles, the impact of road noise to perceived customer comfort is expected to increase even further. In order to achieve a low level of road noise in the vehicle cabin, the forces and vibrations entering the vehicle body through the suspension have to be minimised. An important aspect is the control of the different modes in the tire, wheel and suspension.  You will contribute to an ongoing research project where the main goal is to build a detailed understanding of the different modes in a typical car suspension, how they contribute to the force transmission, and how they can be controlled through specific properties of the components involved. You will: • Optimize the existing procedures for wheel mode assessment, to reduce measurement time and improve robustness.• Coordinate and support the wheel performance benchmark testing together with measurement technicians, and summarize the results to identify important trends and observations.• Support the benchmark testing of suspension modes, and relate the findings to the observation made for wheel modes. Place of employment:Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2757
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTitle: “Interior Noise and Vibration database analysis”Over the years, the NVH team gathered a vast amount of Noise and Vibration data, both from Toyota vehicles and competitors. In this project, you will exploit the data from this database into a deeper level. It will contribute to a better understanding of the customer expectation towards interior vehicle acoustics, and support the development of even better cars. Using Python, you will analyse the trends in different noise and vibration performances and study the relations in-between performances. By linking sensory data to measured data and using machine learning methods, you will create interior acoustics prediction models. Finally, you will exploit the possibility to have an automated link between performance data and component (acoustic package) benchmarking information. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2756
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTitle: “Target cascading for EV driveline components”Gear noise and motor noises in electric vehicles (EV) are typically high-frequency, and are easy to cause annoyance. In order to control this annoying noise for the vehicle occupants, all the different transfer paths between the gearbox (or EV motor) and the interior cavity need to be controlled carefully. You will contribute to an ongoing research project where the main goal is to set suitable targets and assess the performance for the different components involved in the transmission of gear noise and motor noise from its source to the vehicle interior.For this internship, the focus is on gathering benchmark data that allows to understand typical component performance, and its relation to full-vehicle performance. You will:• Optimize the existing procedures for component performance assessment, to reduce measurement time and improve robustness.•  Coordinate and support the component performance benchmark testing together with measurement technicians• Review and analyse the performance data to find trends in component performance and its link to interior noise and vibrations. Also the typical differences between ICE and EV components should be identified and motivated based on available data. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: August 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2755
Team/division descriptionMarket Intelligence Department (MID) is responsible for market research and provides market data/analysis to support different divisions across Toyota Motor Europe. MID’s mission is to support in researching & understanding customers’ expectations & needs for their mobility. MID adds value in decision making processes & guides the strategy through the creation of insightful information. Your projectAs an Intern in MID you will work with both Brand research and Product research team, dealing with diverse strategic topics such as brand equity and image, market segmentation, trends analysis etc. You will be actively involved in the coordination and the reporting of surveys and assist in the set-up of ad-hoc projects with an international scope.Your responsibilities:• You work with various survey data sources and produce the tables needed to answer the internal clients’ requests• You prepare all the materials/logistics needed in order to get the surveys conducted• You manage the day-to-day follow-up with the suppliers and internal TME clients• You prepare reports with analysis and recommendations in-line with the objectives and in a visually attractive way.• You contribute to the communication of the research results Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe HO Brussels, BelgiumStarting date: June 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2753
Our team:Research and Development (R&D) in Europe is responsible for the planning, the development and the production of  attractive, superior quality cars matching European market requirements. R&D aims to strengthen the Toyota image in Europe.The Lightweight section of the Material Engineering Division is responsible for the localization, development and evaluation of metal and plastic materials used in the car, i.e. high strength steel, aluminum and fiber reinforced plastics for the purpose of reducing the weight of the car, thus contribute to CO2 reduction of vehicles.Our function is to qualify European materials and to assure their performance: processability, strength and durability over the lifetime of the vehicle taking into account all the environmental aspects the parts will be exposed to (i.e. heat, chemical attack, humidity, etc.).  Your Responsibilities:The challenge is to develop new fibre reinforced plastic materials and related CAE methods. 1- recycled carbon fiber material development- Analytical analysis of recycled carbon fiber surfaces regarding their chemical composition - Manufacturing of thermoplastic CF compounds and mechanical characterization - Identification of countermeasure to improve matrix-fiber interface strength2- CAE method development- Prediction of material properties using multiscale modelling - Conduct process simulations such as thermoforming and injection moldingTechniques learned: analytical methods, process and structural FEA, composites materials (design, processing, evaluations), material requirement for automotive applications  Place of internship: Toyota Motor Europe – R&D Centre Zaventem - BelgiumStarting date: from April 2020 Duration: 6 months preferredConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2751
Team/division descriptionThe Vehicle Comfort (driveability) team takes care about our cars’ forward acceleration behaviour (e.g. 0-100kph acceleration performance, top speed, acceleration shock, etc…). As a local R&D function, we take part in new vehicle development, benchmarking of local European competitors/technologies and long-term research with local academic & industrial partners. Your projectLarge datasets consisting of vehicle speed & acceleration can be extracted from real-life traffic video footage captured by aerial drones (DataFromSky technology).  Your objective will be to utilize such data in order to analyse what is the EU driver’s typical acceleration behaviour when crossing an urban T-junction, in function of upcoming traffic parameters (e.g. time to collision). Your findings will contribute to the definition of new reference manoeuvres, to be used during the target setting phase of future vehicle projects. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, Zaventem, BelgiumStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2749
Team/division description:Research and Development (R&D) in Europe is responsible for planning and development of  superior quality cars matching European market requirements. TME-R&D aims to strengthen Toyota’s existence in Europe. Lightweight-Metal department within the Material Engineering division is responsible for the development of metallic materials for weight reduction. Our goal is to develop new metallic materials with excellent properties of formability, crash ductility, weldability etc. Your project: New Generation Steel Sheet materials New metallic materials are continuously introduced into automotive business for weight reduction. In parallel, automotive body parts become more complex to achieve requirements such as safety, stiffness, cost,… etc. As a result, combining new metallic materials with new complex parts brings new problems in the industry. Your internship project will be on investigation of one of those problems: formability; where understanding this phenomenon will bring new opportunities for safer, lighter and cost competitive vehicles. To develop the content of these project your main tasks will be:Investigate academic research activitiesFind out characterization methods for more accurate formability assessmentProduce and characterize lab scale samples from in use steel gradesSummarize characterization results and propose test methods to understand material performance Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStart date: May 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Some  of  the  project  content  may  have  to  be  treated  as  confidential  and therefore not shown explicitly in the internship report. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2748
Team/division descriptionFor Toyota, quality is a way of life.  Nothing is so good that it cannot be made better, that is why we strive for constant improvement in everything we do. This basic principle for us is called: “KAIZEN” (“continuous improvement”) and is what guides us in our pursuit of best Quality and the delivery of unparalleled customers satisfaction.Customer Vehicle Quality is a vibrant and energetic team (25+ peoples), consisting of many nationalities from within Europe, as well as Japan.  Our primary role is to detect quality related concerns and to resolve them (EDER: Early Detection Early Resolution) mainly focussing on the European markets. Additionally we also support markets where our European assembled vehicles are exported to, including countries within northern Africa.We are responsible for the coordination of the countermeasure and repair activities of the quality related concerns through cooperation with the involved parties (R&D, In-House Manufacturing, Purchasing, Logistics, Suppliers, etc.). We will guide the team to achieve further improvements of our vehicles. By this, we will be actively contributing to increasing the number of Toyota fans. Your projectYou will be assigned to support “Connected Vehicle Data Usage for EDER and EDER Kaizen project” in the Powertrain team.1) Support Powertrain team with utilization of connected vehicle data for 1.5L engine Initial Quality Activity (IQA). Regularly monitor and analyse relevant data as well as identifying improvement opportunities for system tools and operation processes. Discuss and agree possible improvements as part of cross-divisional working group.2) Support our EDER Kaizen working groups by reviewing and confirming the effectiveness of the proposed processes with internal / external customers and translate possible C/Ms into clear flowcharts / standards to ensure easy deployment to Customer Quality members.Additionally, you will be able to join our engineers to experience the Toyota technical problem solving activities. Benefits for you as our Intern:1) Get to know how a multinational operates (Who does what? For what purpose?), Learn basic Toyota Way foundation (e.g. Kaizen) and Quality principles (e.g. Jikotei Kanketsu, PDCA), Learn Toyota problem solving methodology2) Be part of organizational change management to utilize fully the benefits of Big Data for the Toyota technical problem solving activities Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Evere): Toyota Motor Europe,  Head Office,Starting date: August 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2747
Team/division descriptionBusiness Strategy Division (BSD) was established in 2017 as former Corporate Planning department in order to centralize all strategies of TME under one steering division. BSD is developing long-term strategy incl.Structural Reform, FC vehicles, Alliances with other OEMs, key European market strategy (e.g.Russia) – and aligning strategy with functional TME divisions (R&D, Sales, VC etc.) and TMC top-management to conclude feasible implementation. BSD directly reports to TME President (and CEO). Your projectRussian Market Long-term Strategy 2030. BSD maintains Russia as unique market and main volume contributor. Your responsibility: - Monitor and analyse Russia related data (RU legislation, Market performance, Political movements, OEMs actions etc...)- Summarize data into Executive reports (PPT, Excel format)- Supporting function to calculate business cases and conduct meetings with relevant TME and NMCSs (National Marketing & Sales Companies) departments Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Evere): Toyota Motor Europe,  Head Office,Starting date: June 2020Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2746
Team/division descriptionToyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:• Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for European core models• Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partners Electronics Engineering Division Multimedia design is responsible for:• Proposing, creating and implementing European taste and functional requirements• Validating multimedia systems in Europe• Researching new technologies and trends in European market• Supporting new technology development Your projectAs an intern, you will contribute to the automated test bench for multimedia systems. You will:• Analyse the requirements for the multimedia system,• Analyse the current test method for the multimedia system,• Develop test methods for automated testing of the multimedia system,• Implement test cases using the methods developed,• Ensure quality and maintainability of test methods developed. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: 01/05/2020 or laterDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2745
Team/division descriptionWithin Electronics Engineering division, Telematics group is in charge of developing and evaluating the future connected functions focusing on our customer comfort and safety.  Those systems uses Mobile communications (4G 5G) or Direct short range communications (802.11p) between veicles and infrastructure. Your projectAs intern, you will contribute to improve the efficiency of DSRC based safety function evaluation on MiL (Model in the Loop) and HiL (Hardware in the Loop) bench, and accelerate validation by:• Analysing functional requirements of the function.• Developing an environment for rapid test case generation.• Document the test case generation environment.• Supporting test case generation for MiL and HiL evaluation.• Daily communication with teammates, integration of your output into their work stream. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: May 2020 or laterDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. Interested in this internship, please apply online via www.toyotajobs.com. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2020-2744

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