We are inviting applications for a Research Fellow post in the DSP Centre, Bangor University.
Candidates should hold a PhD degree (or equivalent) in a relevant area of Engineering or Science, and have established expertise in one or more of the following areas:
- Wireless/optical transmission systems;
- Wireless/optical functional subsystems;
- Wireless/optical access network architectures and intelligent access control;
- Wireless/optical access network-associated additional functionalities including sensing and cyber security;
- Radio, optical fibre and free space network convergence;
- Quantum communications.
Main duties will include:
- Conducting research activities and disseminating corresponding results by various means;
- Securing R&D grants from both public and private funding sources, and managing and delivering the captured projects;
- Supervising postdoc researchers and PhD students, and developing/leading a dedicated research team within the DSP Centre;
- Working with Bangor University’s professional service colleagues and external partners to seek opportunities to increase the technology readiness levels of the DSP Centre-developed technologies and demonstrate their potential for commercial and industrial exploitation;
- Contributing to the DSP Centre’s skill training activities;
- Supporting the strategic and academic leadership and management of the DSP Centre.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence as soon as possible. The post will be funded initially by the DSP Centre’s projects with a termination date of 31st December 2024. Beyond this period, the post may become permanent, depending upon the progress of updating the DSP Centre’s status to a £30m National Strategy Project (NSP).