|Location:||Cork - Ireland|
|Salary:||€39 to €50,530 or £32.52 to £42,134.29 (converted salary*) pa|
|Placed On:||12th January 2022|
|Closes:||5th February 2022|
The Advanced RF Technologies (ART) Group at Tyndall National Institute (TNI) and University College Cork is advertising for the position of the Post-doctoral Researcher/Scientist in Microwave/mm-Wave active circuits for 5G RF front-ends. Our team aims to recruit well-qualified and highly-motivated researchers with strong background in RF/mm-Wave circuit design, power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, RF front-end components and integrated circuits. The post holder will be the lead researcher of an interdisciplinary and ambitions project that will research and develop highly-integrated and performance-enhanced RF front-ends for highly-versatile 5G RF transceivers. The postholder will require competences in RF circuit design, electromagnetic design, linear and non-linear RF characterization. Furthermore, the postholder is expected to manage the project and co-supervise MS and PhD students.
The candidate will be given an initial 18-month contract with potential of extension to a multi-year contract subject to performance and availability of funds.
The successful candidate will become a member of a diverse and vibrant community of academics, research professionals and students at TNI and UCC and will have access to world-class design, characterization, and microfabrication facilities at TNI, UCC. Further information can be found in the following websites: Advanced RF Technology Group: https://advancedrftechnologies.com/ University College Cork: https://www.ucc.ie/en/, Tyndall National Institute: https://www.tyndall.ie/.
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