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3 Lectureships in Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Seeking candidates with research experience in Optical Communications or RF/Microwave Electronics, radar systems, antennas, microelectronics design, RF Sensors or control engineering

New Academic Appointments – Ref 1654966

3 Lectureships in Electronic and Electrical Engineering  


Salary Details:

Appointment will be made at a level depending upon qualifications and experience. Associated Grades will be:

Lecturer: Grade 7–8 Salary Range:

Grade 7: £37,936 - £41,163

Grade 8: £42,304 - £49,904

Salaries quoted are inclusive of London Allowance of £2980 per annum

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at UCL is recognized as one of the leading Departments for research in its subject area, worldwide. Current research areas in the Department include Communications and Information Systems; Electronic Materials and Devices (including Nanotechnology); Optical Communications & Networks; Photonics and Sensors, Systems and Circuits. The Department also has an extensive teaching programme, both at undergraduate (BEng and MEng) and Masters levels. Further information about the Department can be found at www.ee.ucl.ac.uk.  

To further enhance and shape the future of research in Electronic and Electrical Engineering at one of the leading and most prestigious Universities in the UK, the Department wishes to make three appointments at Lecturer level.

For these appointments, we seek candidates with research experience in:

  1. Optical communications – spanning all areas from optical networks design, through to high-speed digital transmission and advanced optical sub-systems/devices, to join the Optical Networks Group. Areas we would like to expand include experimental aspects of future, optical fibre transmission systems for long-haul and access applications, intelligent optical network architectures, nonlinear optics, information theory and machine learning for all aspects of optical communications.

OR

 

   2.  RF/Microwave Electronics, radar systems, antennas, microelectronics design, RF Sensors or control engineering, to join the Sensors, Systems and Circuits Group. A personal vision and commitment to grow interdisciplinary research activity as required to support the Group’s ambitions to work across disciplines in areas related to Security, RF Sensing, Healthcare, the Environment and Robotics is particularly important for this role.

Applicants should have an excellent track record and experience of carrying out internationally-leading research, an outstanding publications record, and a demonstrated ability (or potential) for obtaining financial support necessary for research at the highest international level. Track record of international collaborations, IP generation and industrial experience are all assets for these positions.  

The ability to inspire students (both undergraduate and post graduate) and research staff to achieve their full potential is also of great importance to us.

These are full-time, open-ended positions and we expect the successful candidate to take up the position from 1 January 2018, or as soon as possible thereafter. Interviews are expected to take place in October 2017, and we will inform unsuccessful candidates around the same time.

 

HOW TO APPLY

                                                         

All applications should be submitted via UCL Online recruitment system

Job reference : 1654966

You can upload up to two documents with your application, please ensure this includes:                      

  • CV
  • A list of major research achievements to date
  • starred list of top 5 publications to date, with a short description (100 words max) of their significance
  • 2 page (maximum) description of the research plan you propose to pursue at UCL, including how the proposed research would contribute to the Department’s research profile, its resource requirements and how these would be met, and the likely outcomes and timescales.

 

Informal enquiries regarding the post can be made to Professor Sarah Spurgeon on s.spurgeon@ucl.ac.uk

Enquiries regarding the application process can be sent to Vicky Coombes v.coombes@ucl.ac.uk

You can also download a copy of the advert and job description.

The closing date for applications is 1 September 2017

 

We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.

 

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