|£30,766 to £56,541
|4th December 2023
|5th January 2024
Senior Research Fellow (£44,669 - £56,541 per annum)
Research Fellow (£38,560 - £43,374 per annum)
Research Assistant (£30,766 - £37,442 per annum)
Fixed term for 12 months
37 hours per week
The School of Computing and Engineering is seeking to appoint a Senior Research Fellow, Research Fellow, or Research Assistant in vibration fault diagnosis for rotating machinery and for healthcare.
This is an exciting opportunity for a pro-active researcher to join the Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering led by Professor Len Gelman, a holder of two Rolls Royce (UK) Awards for Innovation.
The Centre has a strong record in applied research in the academic and industrial sectors. Application areas, related to the post, include vibration monitoring of complex electro-mechanical systems, advanced non-stationary signal processing, pattern recognition and multi-sensor fusion. These are applied to multiple industries, including power generation, automotive, aerospace and oil and gas.
You will have a PhD (or near completion for a Research Assistant) in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering and related areas and practical experience in vibration fault diagnosis for rotating machinery and/or in vibration fault diagnosis for healthcare.
You must have a record of journal publications and a strong experience in programming in Matlab, including Signal Processing Toolbox.
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For an informal discussion about the post please contact, Professor Len Gelman, via email: email@example.com
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Closing date: 05 January 2024
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