|Salary:||£36,382 - £40,927 / £44,706 - £51,799 per annum|
|Placed On:||29th September 2021|
|Closes:||27th October 2021|
To make a leading contribution to the growing research in Geospatial Data Science within the College of Science and Engineering, this research associate/fellow will work with Professor Ana Basiri and the growing team to investigate (indoor and outdoor) mapping by recognising the patterns of attenuation and blockage of signals due to the environment interacting with signals of opportunity (SoO) such as Wi-Fi, Ultra WideBand (UWB), 5G.
The successful candidate will be required to make (a leading) contribution to the formulation and submission of research publications and research proposals, supervision of PhD and MSc students, projects and presenting and organising conferences, seminars and workshops in the relevant areas as opportunities allow.
The University of Glasgow, established in 1451, is a member of the UK's Russell Group of leading research-intense universities. The University is committed to enhancing its position as one of the world's great broad-based research-intensive universities.
The University of Glasgow is committed to providing an environment that ensures our research is conducted to the highest quality standards. The successful applicant may be supported for a Global Talent Visa which is an immigration route provided by the UK Government to provide a fast and efficient visa offer to those working in science and research.
This post is full time with funding up to 3 years in the first instance.
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Closing date: 27th October 2021
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