Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Electronic and Photonic Devices

University of Glasgow – College of Science and Engineering - James Watt School of Engineering

The James Watt School of Engineering (JWSE) at the University of Glasgow is an energetic and growing international centre of excellence for Engineering research and teaching. The School leads research in Aerospace Sciences; Autonomous Systems; Biomedical Engineering; Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering; Infrastructure and Environment; and Systems, Power and Energy. We have 150 academics and 168 post-doctoral researchers supported by 61 technicians and 27 professional services staff. Currently we have 450 research students working towards doctorates.

We are seeking to appoint ambitious academics to join the James Watt School of Engineering in the broad area of electronic and photonic devices.  Example research areas include electronic and photonic devices for healthcare sensors and imaging, power generation and harvesting, and devices for quantum technologies.  Expertise of the successful applicants may span materials development, modelling and simulation, or device engineering and manufacturing processes. 

The post holders will join a vibrant environment with world leading groups in high power / high frequency electronic devices, advanced photonic devices, sensors, quantum technologies, and device modelling and simulation. The James Watt School of  Engineering hosts fundamental research that is developed with the ambition to lead to industrial and academic impact. We expect the successful academic to complement and synergise with existing activities and to develop a network of collaborations locally (across the School of Engineering and the University) as well as to liaise with industry and clinicians to translate their research to the highest impact. 

For more information about this position please contact Professor Richard Hogg (richard.hogg@glasgow.ac.uk)

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