Feasible: See Batteries Differently

Feasible, cofounded by Cyclotron Road fellows Andrew Hsieh and Barry Van Tassell, is building products that will redefine how batteries are made and used, through ultrasonic inspection and analysis. The Berkeley, Calif.-based company is hiring a Director of Business Development, a Mechanical Hardware Engineer, and a Software Engineer.

  • The Director of Business Development will work with the CEO to create a sound business case for our products; develop a roadmap and pricing strategy by incorporating analyses of market trends, customer needs, and customer values; partner with our technical teams to coordinate development timetables; and help create product literature, catalogs, and other market communications, among other duties. For more information and to apply, visit Feasible.
  • The Mechanical Hardware Engineer will design machines (mechanical, electronic, and software components) for rapid inspection of batteries, from bench-top to in-line production environments; turn design concepts into robust test units; generate detailed mechanical design drawings with tolerance analysis; and work with software engineers to develop fast, robust, automated mechanical systems suitable for long-term deployment at customer sites, among other duties. For more information and to apply, visit Feasible.
  • The Software Engineer will contribute to and own various infrastructure, systems development, and data science projects as well as work with signal processing and data scientists to apply advanced analytics to our electrochemical and acoustic signal data. This position also requires the skill and drive to develop software for efficient data collection, processing, management, and visualization. For more information and to apply, visit Feasible.