University of Warwick
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics Engineer
University of Warwick
School of Engineering
£39,324-£46,925 per annum Ref: 80023-046
As one of the largest integrated engineering departments in the UK, the School of Engineering supports a unique and outstanding interdisciplinary research environment spanning civil, chemical, mechanical, systems, electrical and electronic engineering. Ranked 4th in the UK in REF 2014 among integrated departments we are now looking to further strengthen our research activities in the areas relating to connected systems, communications and associated activities in electrical and electronic engineering more generally.
The successful candidate will undertake research of internationally excellent standard in the area of Connected Systems, with preference in wireless or optical communications systems and networks, practical aspects of smart grid, connected infrastructure, autonomous systems, and the internet of things. They will also teach on the range of programmes offered by the School at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and will work with other faculty in the School to secure research funding, and perform other collegiate activities in support of the School’s operation, and to enhance the reputation of the institution.
The successful candidate will also engage in teaching at all levels using relevant teaching methods, e.g. lectures, seminars, tutorials, labs, etc. and undertake curriculum and course development and revision, to the standard expected of a research-led university.
For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Suhaib Fahmy, Head of the Connected Systems Research Group (email@example.com)
The University aims to promote work life balance for all employees and the School of Engineering will consider a range of possible flexible working arrangements in order to recruit the best candidate.
For further details and to apply online please visit our website below.
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Closing date: 7 May 2017
The University Values Diversity
A PhD or equivalent qualification in computer, electrical and/or electronic engineering with a focus on communication systems or similar is essential. The successful candidate will have a strong record of high quality publications in established IEEE and ACM journals and similar venues. Evidence of potential to provide leadership to a team of researchers, and to teach subjects related to connected systems to undergraduate and postgraduate students is also an essential requirement for this role.