|Salary:||£35,242 to £40,000 per annum inclusive of KTP supplement (may be negotiable in line with skills/experience), Grade 6|
|Placed On:||20th November 2023|
|Closes:||13th December 2023|
We are seeking a Research Associate who will be responsible for the development of a data analytics framework for intelligent building performance modelling. The framework is expected to combine diverse input including data from smart monitoring data streams, and provide insights with respect to energy efficiency, and occupants’ performance. The project will focus on School buildings, and will involve the collection of smart sensing data from operational buildings. This is an exciting opportunity to work in an innovative project in the construction industry, with the benefit of access to academic research, supervision, support and advice.
The Associate will be based in Baxall Construction Ltd’s premises in Paddock Wood and will work closely with the support and guidance of Dr. Christos Efstratiou, Dr. Fernando Otero from the School of Computing, and Prof. Marialena Nikolopoulou from the School of Architecture and Planning, at the University of Kent. At the end of the fixed term contract, and upon successful completion of the project, there is a possibility that the role could become a permanent full-time position.
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