Electrical Engineers: for fast and onboard charger, motor controller, motor design, simulation and development
Chemical Engineers: battery pack and cell design, modeling and testing
Thermal Engineers: thermal modeling and thermal management of different vehicle components
Mechanical Engineers: for designing every individual component and vehicle
Embedded Engineers: for hardware, software, and testing
Including all CAE engineers, thermal engineers, embedded engineers, vehicle simulation engineers, design engineers, software and hardware design engineers, power electronic engineers, quality control, proto development engineers, emi/emc engineers, system architect and integration engineers, harness development engineers, testing engineers etc.
All these people are from basic engineering branches mentioned above with specialized skills in specific areas. With our experience, we can say that one doesn’t have to be from a specific engineering branch to work in EV industry if you have the right expertise and knowledge your engineering branch doesn’t matter much.