|Salary:||£35,333 to £44,737 Grade I/J, per annum|
|Placed On:||23rd January 2023|
|Closes:||6th February 2023|
Grade I = £35,333 to £39,745 per annum;
Grade J = £39,745 - £44,737 per annum
Suppression of undesirable vibrations is critical to ensure good dynamic performance of engineering structures (e.g., automotive and railway vehicles). Among various vibration suppression techniques, the hydraulic shock absorber enjoys one of the largest shares in the current market, due to its high reliability and long service life. Traditional hydraulic absorber design approaches rely on introducing specific modifications to existing designs – this leaves huge performance possibilities unexplored. The main purpose of this job is to develop optimal hydraulic absorbers for multiple industrial sectors, including automotive and railway. You will work in close collaboration with both industrial stakeholders and academic researchers.
You will be offered one of the following salary grades: Research Associate (I), Senior Research Associate (J), depending on the skills and experience you are able to bring to the role. The role is funded up until April 2024, you may be able to apply for new opportunities within the group beyond the end of this role.
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