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Research Associate

Department
Electronic Engineering
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Fixed term
Salary
32,236 a year
Posted Date
10/05/2019
Apply by
27/05/2019
Job Reference
7526
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Role Description

Applications are invited for a Research Associate on the EPSRC funded project “Self-repairing Hardware Paradigms based on Astrocyte-neuron Models”. We are seeking a Research Associate to undertake work with swarm robotic systems. You will have a PhD in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or related industrial experience. You will have a proven ability in robotic and bio-inspired systems implementations at post-graduate level (Verifiable through peer-reviewed publications) and a proven practical experience of mobile robotics. You will collaborate with other researchers on the project from the Universities of York and Ulster, who are developing and implementing in FPGA systems novel bio-inspired algorithms and constructing robotic demonstrator platforms. You will disseminate the results through written scientific papers and conference presentations.

This post is available for 5 months starting immediately.  The salary for this post will be £32,236 a year on grade 6 of the University’s salary scales.

For informal enquiries, please contact david.halliday@york.ac.uk

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