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Innovation has always been at the heart of the Group's growth strategy. Mathematicians, materials specialists, computer scientist ... no less than 6,600 researchers are working to invent the mobility of tomorrow in collaboration with universities and laboratories around the world.

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Jackie

Tire Performance Research Engineer

Jackie Branscomb
...it is currently being used worldwide within Michelin.

I have spent the past six years in the tire performance research and development group specializing first in tire noise and comfort. Over the last year, I have transitioned to focusing on tire handling. I have been called on as a key expert to help improve tire performance for noise, comfort, and handling for many vehicle manufacturers’ new vehicle development programs. I am currently working on developing new simulation capabilities for the handling performance with the goal of using simulated data to design better tires more quickly and reduce manufacturing costs during development.

One of my most interesting projects was to design and implement a new tool for analyzing tire tread patterns to reduce the variation in the acoustic content, and it is currently being used worldwide within Michelin. During the development of this tool, I had the opportunity to analyze historical data, instrument vehicles with microphones to take my own new data, plan tire builds to help validate the simulations, program the prototype tool and design the user interface. This new tool was used in the development of a new tire line and helped to significantly reduce the acoustic level.

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Handling and Performance

The main goals of my current position are to understand the physics behind tire handling, develop and run simulations to predict the handling, and to be responsible for the test methods used to evaluate tires for the handling performance. It is exciting to have the opportunity to work with all of the vehicle manufacturers to develop new tires through design, simulation, and testing that exceed their expectations for the manufacturers’ next generation vehicles.

Noise and Comfort Performance

As the noise and comfort performance leader for North America, I used simulation and data analysis to focus on the noise and comfort performance of tires. Tire noise and comfort is a field that not many people are familiar with, so it was a very interesting role to learn about the acoustic response of tires and how complex the multiple mechanisms are that create tire noise.

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During my Day I...
Run Simulations

...for predicting the handling performance on new tire designs and I meet with tire designers to give advice on how to improve the different aspects of tire handling.

Collaborate

As a member of the performance team, which has a worldwide network, I regularly communicate and collaborate with my colleagues in other zones, and my roles have given me the opportunity to travel internationally on several occasions for seminars and training as well as travel within the U.S. to different vehicle manufacturers for joint tests and other collaborations.

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Claire

Mold Line Responsible

Networking and Giving Back
Claire , Mold Line Responsible
Claire Square

I am involved in Michelin's Women's Network, Michelin Challenge Education and the Michelin Giving Campaign. 

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I am continually impressed by the strong women at Michelin and their willingness to share lessons and experiences to help all of us grow. The Leadercast events and Women's Network group sponsors have been extremely impactful; I reference my notes often as a guide for being the best leader, teammate, and employee possible.

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One of Michelin's priorities is to give back to the communities where we live and work. The Michelin Giving Campaign is an annual initiative as a way for employees to give back in significant ways. I actively serve on the United Way of Greenville County's Young Leader Society as a Michelin representative and feel inspired by our company leadership to continue finding ways to better our community. Some initiatives I'm currently involved with include tutoring at an elementary school and advocating for robust, sustainable transportation options in Greenville.

 

Claire Square

Serena

Senior Raw Material Engineer

What it's like to work at Michelin
Serena , Senior Raw Material Engineer
Serena

<B>What do you love about working here?</B>

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I love working at Michelin because of its culture of inspiring innovations and the caring people.

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<B>Why do you continue to stay?</B>

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Michelin continues to seek sustainable development and innovative changes without sacrificing its people. As an international company, Michelin is very inclusive and offers equal opportunities for employees' growth. I am confident I can succeed in my career with Michelin.

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<B>What would you say to a friend who was thinking about working here?</B>

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It is a great place if you expect to have equal and various opportunities for career development, or if you enjoy a good work-life balance.

Serena

Megan

Commercial Account Manager

Why Michelin?
Megan , Commercial Account Manager
Megan

<B>What made you choose Michelin?</B>

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I was looking for stability at a place where I could continue my professional growth.

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<B>What makes Michelin special?</B>

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Michelin goes above and beyond for its employees. While it is a large company, they treat you like you're special. It goes in line with the values that are at its core.

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<B>How would you describe Michelin's performance in three words?</B>

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Premium, reliable, recognized

Megan

Yacine

Industrial Purchasing
Yacine ,
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I am part of the Industrial Purchasing team and I am the Capital Equipment Buyer. I purchase molds, parts of mold and material handling equipment. With this role I work very closely with internal partners from the conception of the project in order to negotiate the most favorable agreement possible and to put in place an agreement that protects Michelin’s interest.

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Claire

Mold Line Responsible

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Serena

Senior Raw Material Engineer

Megan

Megan

Commercial Account Manager

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The main jobs in the field of research and development at Michelin

Although it is not very visible, a tire is an object of incredible complexity. An object that will have to adapt to changes in global mobility, new forms of mobility, digitalisation of the market, environmental constraints and meet the new needs of our customers. That's why at Michelin, research and innovation covers 350 different areas of expertise and a very large number of professions.

Vignette

Designer of specific machines

Organizes and sizes the activity of his team. Is responsible for the level of skills and development of people.
Guarantees customers the commitments made in terms of quality, cost and time.
Identifies technical developments and proposes strategic directions.

Tire designer

Designs new objects with offsetting performance compromises.
Is responsible for the design process, from digital simulation to vehicle testing.
Interacts with chemists, physicists, mechanics and marketing representatives.

Architect materials

Realizes the design in his field of activity, as a participant in the core team of a research program.
Coordinates the designs of the other materials trades as a synthesis function.
Guarantees the implementation of the materials strategy (concept).

Digital modeling engineer

Demonstrates expertise in the use of finite element code.
Prescribes and validates the evolution of the code. Sets the code at the request of the product / process designers.
Trains new users.

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