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Position: Research Assistant/Research Fellow in Integrated Bioelectronics
Institution: University College London
Department: Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: The post is part of the EPSRC PNEUMACRIT project addressing the development of a multi-sensor wearable imaging system that will inform lung function diagnosis for infants and children with conditions that can lead to respiratory problems. We are looking for a talented researcher to join our team and help us fulfil the project's goals, producing quality research. The work will involve the design and development of the integrated circuits of a biomedical multi-sensor wearable system using a combination of printable, organic and CMOS electronics. The post will entail integrated circuit design, device modelling for circuit simulations, evaluation/testing of the prototype devices and systems in the lab and writing up the results in the form of technical reports, risk assessments and papers
Requirements: Applicants are required to have a PhD (or about to submit) in Electronic Engineering with specialisation in Microelectronics, Bioelectronics or Neurotechnology. Very good knowledge of analogue or mixed-signal integrated circuit design techniques and also a very good knowledge of using Cadence software for the design of integrated circuits
   
Text: Research Assistant / Research Fellow in Integrated Bioelectronics, - Ref:1838806 Click here to go back to search results Apply Now UCL Department / Division Electronic & Electrical Engineering Location of position London Grades 6-7 Hours Full Time Salary (inclusive of London allowance) Grade 6 £31,479 - £33,194 per annum OR Grade 7 £35,965 - £36,945 per annum Duties and Responsibilities The UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Sensors Systems and Circuits Group is looking to appoint a Research Assistant / Research Fellow to design and develop integrated circuits in CMOS and organic transistor technologies The post is part of the EPSRC PNEUMACRIT project addressing the development of a multi-sensor wearable imaging system that will inform lung function diagnosis for infants and children with conditions that can lead to respiratory problems. We are looking for a talented researcher to join our team and help us fulfil the project's goals, producing quality research. The work will involve the design and development of the integrated circuits of a biomedical multi-sensor wearable system using a combination of printable, organic and CMOS electronics. The post will entail integrated circuit design, device modelling for circuit simulations, evaluation / testing of the prototype devices and systems in the lab and writing up the results in the form of technical reports, risk assessments and papers. In addition the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the preparation of research bids and proposals as requested by the line manager and contribute to peer-reviewed publications based on project results as well as technical reports on project proposals and also deliver oral presentations at conferences, review meetings and other dissemination events. The successful candidate will work within an established research team led by Professor Andreas Demosthenous. The post is available from 6th January 2020 for 3 years in the first instance. Key Requirements For appointment at Research Fellow level (Grade 7) applicants are required to have a PhD (or about to submit) in Electronic Engineering with specialisation in Microelectronics, Bioelectronics or Neurotechnology. If a successful candidate has not yet been awarded their PhD, appointment will be made as a Research Assistant (Grade 6B). Payment at Grade 7 will be backdated to the date of final submission of the PhD thesis including corrections , once the PhD has been awarded. Research Assistant grade 6B: Point 24 - 26 £31,476 - £33,197 per annum. For appointment at Research Assistant level (Grade 6) applicants should have a Masters in Electronic Engineering with specialisation in Microelectronics, Bioelectronics or Neurotechnology. Applicants for appointment at either level should have a very good knowledge of analogue or mixed-signal integrated circuit design techniques and also a very good knowledge of using Cadence software for the design of integrated circuits. The ability to test electronic circuits and obtain measured results is also essential as is a commitment to high quality research. Ideally candidates should have experience of developing instrumentation for biomedical applications and a good research record supported by publications. Further Details A copy of the job description can be downloaded below. Applications should be made via the UCL online recruitment system by clicking on the 'Apply Now' button below. Interested applicants are encouraged to make informal enquiries to Professor Andreas Demosthenous a.demosthenous@ucl.ac.uk If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact Vicky Coombes (v.coombes@ucl.ac.uk) quoting reference 1838806. UCL Taking Action for Equality Closing Date 9 Dec 2019 Latest time for the submission of applications 23:59 Interview date TBC Our department holds an Athena SWAN Bronze award, in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality. This appointment is subject to UCL Terms and Conditions of Service for Research and Support Staff. Please use these links to find out more about UCL working life including the benefits we offer and UCL Terms and Conditions related to this job. Job description and person specification Apply Now
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