|Salary:||£36,333 to £40,745|
|Placed On:||31st March 2023|
|Closes:||11th April 2023|
Do you have skills in radio propagation modelling, an understanding of antenna array design and/or wireless power transfer? If so, we are seeking talented and motivated researchers to join the Communication Systems and Networks (CSN) research group at the University of Bristol. Your skills will be applied to one or more of the topics below to advance open source electromagnetics modelling to support the development of ultra large scale antenna arrays for orbital wireless power transfer.
The role is funded up until February 2024, you may be able to apply for new opportunities within the group beyond the end date. This is a unique opportunity to advance your skills within the field of electromagnetics, radio propagation, and wireless power transfer.
What will you be doing?
You will be working within a pioneering research team working on developing a scalable, efficient electromagnetics model that supports the design and development of ultra large scale antenna arrays for wireless power transfer. You will also be part of the Smart Internet Lab, an initiative that builds on Bristol's strategic research in communications and digital technologies to create a hub for internet research.
Your responsibilities will embrace experimentally driven research in the following topics:
You should apply if
Why should you apply for this role?
To apply, please provide a CV and covering letter clearly stating how your skills and experience align with one or more of the highlighted topics within the SWAN Prosperity Partnership.
For informal queries, please contact: Dr Timothy Pelham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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