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Internship - Fall- Sustainable Propulsion Performance Analysis and Methods Development

  • Internship
    Starts on Sep 02
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Engineering
  • Mississauga
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  • You need to be a Canadian university student with advanced skills in Python and Excel, pursuing a degree in computer science or engineering disciplines. Passion for sustainability and strong analytical and communication abilities are key.
  • You will support engine performance evaluations, analyze non-CO2 climate impacts, develop aviation metrics, model Sustainable Aviation Fuel effects, conduct engine simulations, and present findings to the team.


  • Must haves:
  • Be eligible to work in Canada
  • Be enrolled in a Canadian university throughout your internship
  • Be able to work on-site in the province where you are hired if applicable
  • Pursuing a degree in computer science, mechanical engineering, applied computing, software engineering, sustainable development, engineering physics, aerospace engineering, or similar.
  • Advanced capabilities in Python and MS Excel
  • Assets:
  • Self driven
  • Strong analytical capabilities
  • Knowledge and interest in sustainability as it related to aviation
  • Strong communication skills
  • Effective presentation making and delivery capabilities (e.g. MS PowerPoint)
  • Critical thinking and curiosity


  • Support the Advanced Performance team in evaluating engine performance of current and future products.
  • Develop expertise in aviation climate science and metrics appropriate for engine design.
  • Review and improve existing aviation non-CO2 climate modeling methods within P&WC, particularly for contrails.
  • Contribute to developing an engine performance modeling framework for non-CO2 effects.
  • Quantify the effects of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and Hydrogen on non-CO2 engine performance.
  • Execute engine cycle simulations to evaluate non-CO2 performance metrics.
  • Create and deliver presentations at team meetings (in person and teleconference).

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