The Policy and Innovation Group of the Institute for Energy Systems is seeking to appoint a Research Associate who will participate in a number of marine energy projects. The candidate must have excellent engineering, economics, analytical and communication skills and be able to work in a diverse team of European academic and industrial partners.
We are looking for a highly qualified researcher to join the LiFi Research and Development Centre. Candidates must have experience in LiFi networking research, considerable network level simulator programming skills and excellent communication skills. The post-holder will have the opportunity to work with development engineers, researchers and senior academics as well as external partners.
Two postdoctoral research associate positions for 24 months in the first instance are available to work with Professor Mike Davies and his team on the ERC Advanced grant project, C-SENSE (Exploiting Low Dimensional Models in Sensing, Computation and Processing).
A 15 month fixed term postdoctoral appointment is available in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. The post-holder will apply osmotic backwashing, a novel cleaning method, to remove adhered bacteria from nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membrane surfaces commonly used in water treatment.
The power electronics research team within the Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh is seeking an experienced Research Associate (Power Electronics) to support the EPSRC funded programme “High Current Module and Technologies Optimised for HVDC’.
The Policy and Innovation Group of the Institute for Energy Systems is seeking to appoint Research Associate who will participate in a number of marine energy projects. The candidate must have excellent engineering, economics, analytical and communication skills and be able to work in a diverse team of European academic and industrial partners.
A 24 month research position is available in the UK Quantum Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging to the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Strathclyde, Bristol, Heriot-Watt and Oxford to develop a family of quantum-enhanced multidimensional cameras operating across a range of wavelengths, timescales and length-scales.
A 24 month research position is available in a multidisciplinary Cancer Research UK project with King’s College, London to develop a highly parallel fluorescence lifetime based exosome sorting platform for personalized diagnostics. This system will be based on MegaFrame single photon avalanche diode (SPAD) cameras developed at University of Edinburgh.