2022 Season Student Recruitment

Moving forward to our 6th year of Formula Student competition, we are now welcoming new student members to the big family of PolyU E-Formula Racing. We need all sorts of talents — engineering, business & design — and many others. Each of them will be applied to different parts of the competition and contribute to better overall performance.

We are in need of the following positions. Please Note Late Recruitment Ends soon:

2D Designer
Business Managers
Suspension & Pedal
Electronics & Control
Chassis & Steering

Members enjoy multiple benefits and opportunities in the Team:

First and foremost, we are going to build a REAL race car. Starting from concepts, designs, verification, to manufacture and assembly, the processes are to be done by members of the team. The final product, our race car, will be driven on circuit during competition to compete against other teams. It will be a great chance for you to earn a lot hands-on experience in practice.

New members will be given the opportunity to participate and lead the teams UK division that participates in the prestigious Formula Student UK in 2022. Members will be responsible for the design of their car, and prove their design using various simulation tools. This will be a part of the members grooming process as they prepare themselves to eventually join our primary FSEC team.

Our team has been in constant collaboration with different companies in different area of expertise. We work together on producing the race car. It is an opportunity for members to get familiar with the practice of the related industry. Members can even have the chance to gain internship or obtain a job in our sponsor company. Members will be awarded Certificate of Appreciation from team advisor to accredit his performance and contribution to the team.

The details of different positions are listed below:

(1)2D Graphics Designer
Preferred Major:Design (AD/CD)
Preferred Year of Study:Year 3 or earlier
Description:Publication design (poster, banner, leaflet, booklet, name card, etc.), sponsorship proposal design, website design, team uniform design and any other graphics needed
Requirements:Familiar with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator;
With related experience is a plus
(2)Business Manager
Preferred Major:Business (MM/AF/LGT), Engineering (ISE)
Preferred Year of Study:Year 3 or earlier
Description:Drafting business proposal for competition, assisting on seeking sponsors, finding sponsorships and organizing team events
Requirements:Familiar with clerical software (MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc);
Familiar with proposal writing is a plus;
Experience in organizing events is a plus
(3)Suspension & Pedal
Preferred Major:Engineering (ME)
Preferred Year of Study:Any
Description: A Suspension Engineer will need to learn the fundamentals of Suspension System Design that includes, but not limited to, suspension geometry design considerations and parts manufacturing and assembly. When creating the suspension geometry, you will have experience in software such as Solidworks, Lotus and ADAMS. Other opportunities that you can get include communicating with manufacturers and some engineers in the industry.
Requirements:– Basic Solidworks skills
– LOTUS Suspension Analysis, ADAMS, Engineering Drawings are a plus
Preferred Major:Engineering (ME, AAE)
Preferred Year of Study:

FSUK: Year 2 or Earlier
FSEC: Year 3-4 and Non Final Year

Description:Responsible for the design and development of aerodynamic package, also the manufacturing of said components. You also need to run your design through various simulation programmes such as Ansys and simscale in order to prove your design.
Requirements:– Basic SolidWorks skills
– Understanding of aerodynamics principles
– Independent learning of new skills
– Carbon fibre/metal manufacturing skills
– SimScale and Ansys are a bonus
Preferred Major:Engineering (ME, AAE)
Preferred Year of Study:Year 3 or earlier
Description:A Powertrain Engineer will need to learn how to build gearbox aswell as choose the best motors to go alongside with it. When bulding the gearbox you will get experience in applications such as Solidworks, Ansys, and Kissoft during the designing and analysis stages.
Requirements:– Basic Solidworks skills
– Familiar with KissSoft, Optimum Lab, Engineering Drawings are a plus
Preferred Major:Engineering (EIE/EE)
Preferred Year of Study:Year 2 or earlier
Description:Learning the electrical powertrain and related safety systems of the electrical race car. Learning to design and manufacture Printed Circuit Boards(PCBs) for the said systems and also tune those systems to meet desired stability and performance requirements.
Requirements:Basic knowledge of analog circuit is a plus;
Able to learn and work independently when given directions;
Having good skills in PCB design and manufacturing is a plus;
Understanding electrical/vehicle/battery system is a plus;
Able to understand Chinese is a plus
Able to use Altium Designer, Simulink is a plus
(7)Electronics & Control
Preferred Major: Engineering (EIE/EE/ME/CS)
Preferred Year of Study: Year 3 or Earlier
Description: You will learn and be responsible for part of the program and hardware requirements for the Vehicle Control Unit (VCU) and other Electronic Control Units (ECU) on the race car with tools such as simulink, matlab and embedded software such as uVision IDE in C language.
Requirements: – Involve in development of software and electronic hardware for ECUs on the vehicle – Develop need sensing systems on the vehicle – Carry out PCB designing and manufacturing work – Involve in the planning and manufacturing of wiring harness
(8)Chassis & Steering
Preferred Major: Engineering (ME)
Preferred Year of Study: Year 2 or Earlier
Description: A Chassis Designer will learn to build a race car frame that is fulfill all structural safety and ergonomics requirement through Topology Analysis, FEA simulation, physical testing and so on
Requirements: – 3D Modelling using Solidworks (include 3D sketch, Welmet profile, etc.) – FEA simulation with Ansys, Solidworks, etc – Topology Analysis by Ansys – Torsional Stiffness Testing and data analysis – Ergonomics Analysis