Apply for a post-doc at Strathclyde University

8 Apr 2016 - 11:15

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, is currently looking for a post-doctoral researcher interested in working with their research group, for a 20-month contract term.

NB: The closing date for applications is 26 April 2016.

The Institute of Sensors, Signals and Communications, within the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, seeks to recruit a a Research Associate to work on a Dstl-EPSRC funded project supporting the development of novel distributed MIMO Radar systems and related algorithmic design as part of their Signal Processing Solutions in a Networked Battlespace program. The work will be undertaken in the Sensor Signal Processing and Security (SSP&S) Laboratory, which is situated in the Technology Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

The SSP&S laboratory is part of the Loughborough, Surrey, Strathclyde, Cardiff and Newcastle (LSSCN) consortium working within the UK Dstl University Defence Collaboration Research (UDRC) program. The LSSCN consortium work alongside a second consortium from Edinburgh and Herriot Watt Universities.

More specifically, “the Associate will engage with established research teams within the Universities and will also be expected to work closely with defence and industrial partners including Dstl, MDC, Selex ES, Thales, QinetiQ and Texas Instruments as part of knowledge exchange activities. The Associate is expected to contribute to the research program objectives for the successful development of novel and experimentally validated methods for advanced distributed MIMO radar systems. You will disseminate results/outputs through appropriate routes and will be expected to identify sources of and contribute to, the securing of further research funding, and to contribute to knowledge exchange and teaching activities as required.”

For more information about the position and relevant contact details, please have a look at this link