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uk: PhD in X-ray Imaging for High-Volume Manufacturing

             
Aug
29
University of Warwick; Coventry, England, United Kingdom
X-ray imaging (X-ray computed tomography, XCT) is used across manufacturing such as aerospace and automotive to identify defects in industrial components and measurement. The technique can provide rich information on internal geometries that are otherwise inaccessible which is its greatest allure, particularly with additive manufacture. But the scanning process can take 30 minutes to a number of hours depending on the part meaning it is only suitable for high-value low-volume applications      Prospective candidates are expected to have a minimum 2.1 undergraduate (BEng, MEng, BSc, MSci) and/or postgraduate masters’ qualification (MSc) with 65% or above. The project is suitable for physics, computer science, engineering, or mathematics graduates with strong computational skills

uk: PhD in Collaborative multi-agent deep reinforcement learning: enabling communication and relational learning (100%)

             
Oct
4
Aug
27
University of Warwick; Warwick, United Kingdom
In this PhD project, you will develop a general graph-based framework to (a) facilitate efficient multi-agent communication, (b) enable learning using sparse rewards (i.e. feedback signals that are non-zero only when a goal is achieved), and (c) build a relational representation of the environment. You will be joining a larger research team based at WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group) at the University of Warwick working on various deep reinforcement learning problems and will support the developm...      Candidates should have an MSc in Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering or similar quantitative background and very strong and demonstrable programming skills especially in Python

uk: Research Associate or Senior Research Associate in Video Monitoring – ‘‘SPHERE Next Steps’’ Project

             
Oct
31
Aug
27
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
This research is part of the SPHERE Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration, which has been developing a sensor platform for the home to diagnose and help manage health and wellbeing conditions since October 2013. Some of the tasks will be: feature detection and tracking; statistical modelling and analysis; applying machine learning and deep learning methodologies; the use of one or more cameras (as well as other sensor modalities), including methods for action recognition and activity analysis...      PhD in Video Understanding or Multimodal Computer Vision; Prior degree in computer science or mathematics; Detailed knowledge of video understanding state-of-the-art, approaches, datasets and problems; Experience in handling video data, for learning and inference; Experience in modelling deep learning approaches for Video Understanding; Experience and evidence of publishing at high-calibre conferences and journals; Experience in working within a multidisciplinary or cross-disciplinary team; Exce...

uk: Research Fellowships

             
Sep
21
Aug
27
University of Cambridge; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
St John’s College invites applications for up to four Research Fellowships, tenable for up to four years from 1 October 2022. These prestigious Fellowships offer an opportunity to carry out independent research in a stimulating and supportive academic environment      Applications will be accepted from a graduate of any university within or outside the United Kingdom. The College welcomes applications from all academic disciplines, and it seeks to elect a diverse community of Research Fellows. Successful candidates are normally post-doctoral researchers who have been awarded their PhD within the last two years or are graduate students in the latter stages of their research leading to a PhD. Candidates holding a fellowship or other post-doctoral stipend awarde...

uk: Medical Statistician

             
Sep
20
Aug
26
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
As a Medical Statistician you will assist in the design and set up of clinical research projects within a multidisciplinary team, prepare statistical analysis plans (SAP) and provide written statistical input into protocols and ethics committee submissions, and undertake both - interim and final analyses. You will attend and occasionally contribute to OCTRU/Centre for Statistics in Medicine activities such as seminars, conferences, workshops etc. All statisticians within the department also have...      You will have a postgraduate degree in statistics (or closely related subject), a substantial part of which relates to medical statistics, or equivalent experience. You will be fluent with key aspects of study design and analysis and aware of the latest statistical techniques. You will have good project management skills including the ability to manage and prioritise short and long term projects. Proficient knowledge of statistical software (Stata, SAS or R) as well as good verbal and written co...

uk: Research Associate in Data Science and Scientific Computing

             
Nov
1
Aug
26
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
We are looking for two postdoctoral research associates to join a collaborative team working on developing new tools for real-time mathematical modelling and inverse problems at scale. These posts will contribute to two exciting projects at the intersection of data science and scientific computing focusing in the area of randomised algorithms for data sketching in aid of (i) online machine learning for human behaviour modelling in an assisted living context, and (ii) real-time inference for inve...      The right individuals are highly motivated and self-directed researchers with excellent research skills who can work independently and contribute as part of a broad multidisciplinary team, possessing experience in some of the following areas: mathematical modelling (numerical simulation of PDEs), inverse problems, statistical computing, image processing, machine learning, and model order reduction

uk: PhD Position - Simulation and modelling of hydrogen turbulent flames with High Performance Computing and Machine Learning

             
Aug
26
University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Perform large-scale simulations (Direct Numerical Simulations) of turbulent hydrogen flames using numerical grids with tens of billions of points on supercomputers with up to two hundred thousand processors; Analyse results to develop simplified models for the simulation of hydrogen flames to be used in Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Reynolds Average Navier-Stokes (RANS) approaches; Use data from large-scale simulations to design and train Machine Learning models; Implement traditional and mach...      Minimum entry qualification - an Honours degree at 2: 1 or above (or International equivalent) in a relevant science or engineering discipline. The candidate should have a master’s degree in either Physics, Mathematics, or Engineering. Competencies and/or experience in computational fluid mechanics, machine learning, computational science, and simulation software (e.g., OpenFOAM) will be positively considered, but are not essential

uk: Bioinformatician

             
Sep
22
Aug
26
University of Nottingham; Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Applications are invited to the above role to support Professor Matthew Loose and the DeepSeq research team in conducting research into the prevalence of SARS-CoV2 in wastewater as part of a UK wide consortium. The post holder will be expected to support researchers through sample management and tracking, generation of reports and data management, novel analysis and paper writing. The post holder will have the chance to learn new skills and work with automation platforms if they so wish. Additio...      Candidates must hold a Degree, or equivalent in a relevant subject area (Bioinformatics/Computational Biology or similar) and must hold A PhD or be near to completion of, a PhD or equivalent in a relevant subject area (Bioinformatics/Computational Biology or similar). Candidates must be able to demonstrate evidence of sufficient breadth or depth of research methodologies and techniques to work within this research area. Some practical experience of applying the specialist skills approaches and t...

uk: Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow - Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology

             
Sep
28
Aug
25
University College London (UCL), Institute of Ophthalmology; London, United Kingdom
This will be a joint appointment between UCL Institute of Ophthalmology (IoO) and the UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing (CMIC) within the UCL Department of Computer Science. The main duties will be the development of novel artificial intelligence models for ophthalmology, in particular exploring methods to provide clinical interpretability for such models. The post-holder will also explore topics such as generalizability of machine learning models, out-of-distribution detection, and probabi...      The applicant is required to have an honours degree (minimum 2: 1) and a PhD in a discipline related to this project (mathematics, statistics, engineering or physics), and a track record in machine learning applied to large-scale data analysis. The applicant should also have excellent communication skills and a commitment to conducting high-quality research that will benefit healthcare; Essential requirements for appointment at grade 8 include experience with deep learning and relevant computati...

uk: Research Associate - Bioinformatician

             
Sep
23
Aug
25
University of Cambridge; Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Your work will involve analysis of a wide range of genomic data, including ChIP-Seq, scRNA-Seq, ATAC-Seq, promoter-based capture Hi-C and a new technique, direct capture Perturb-Seq, which we are establishing in our lab. You will need to work with single cell and bulk transcriptomics, 3D DNA-DNA interaction and transcriptional/epigenetic/cis-regulatory network modelling. Your role in the group is highly valued and you will work closely with lab-based researchers and other bioinformaticians to en...      You will have a PhD in a relevant discipline. You will have experience of developing or adapting computational pipelines and developing your own bioinformatic tools. Experience with analysis of relevant genomic data and previous work in haematopoieis and/or leukaemia/cancer biology are highly desirable

uk: Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Statistics and Statistical Machine Learning

             
Sep
22
Aug
25
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
The post holder’s main duties and responsibilities will include undertaking innovative research as part of a team of researchers working towards the goals of the CoSInES project. The work will involve at least some of the following areas: Statistical Science, Computational Statistics, High-Performance Computing, Theory and Methodology of stochastic algorithms, Scalable methods, Data-Centric engineering, Defence and Security. Other responsibilities include managing own academic research and adm...      Applicants are sought who hold or is close to the completion of a PhD/DPhil in Statistics or closely related discipline. The successful candidate will have experience of statistical programming in R/C or equivalent languages, a demonstrable ability to publish, including experience of producing high-quality academic writing and previous research experience relevant to the research programme

worldwide: Become a Tutor

             
Aug
25
www.acad.jobs; Worldwide
Tutoring in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics, Calculator Technical Assistance, GMAT & SAT, Others; you pay 150 CHF, Euro or US$ for your advert to appear on www.acad.jobs/Tutoring for one year. For an additional cost of 200 CHF, Euro or US$, your listing will appear in the "Featured Tutors" section on the main page of www.acad.jobs/Tutoring. Banner: Annual cost is 500 US$ per 20 % call probability at www.aca...      Degree or student or other experience in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Languages & TOEFL, Economics

uk: Senior Statistical Geneticist

             
Oct
1
Aug
24
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
We are seeking an experienced statistical geneticist, with a strong background in statistical leadership. You will play a key role in determining the strategic direction of future research carried out by the group and will be responsible for the statistical design and supervision of analyses, reporting of study findings and developing effective academic collaborations. Moreover, you will develop will contribute to other areas of research within the programmes, represent the group at national and...      To be considered, you will hold a relevant PhD and have post-qualification research experience. You will have demonstrable experience in at least three of the following areas, Generation and/or analysis of high-throughput genetic and genomic data, Genome-scale association analyses in GWAS and/or sequence data, Bioinformatics including manipulation and integration of large genetic and genomic data sets and analysis within large international consortia

uk: Lecturer in Statistics and Data Analytics

             
Sep
19
Aug
24
University of the West of England (UWE); Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom
The Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic lecturer in Statistics and Data Analytics. You will be joining a forward-looking interdisciplinary team of statisticians, mathematicians and data scientists located in the Department’s Data Science and Mathematics Cluster. The post will involve teaching students on our MSc Data Science and BSc Mathematics awards, developing research in an area of related expertise, and providing exper...      You will be a self-confident individual capable of self-direction and able to manage a portfolio of work involving teaching and research within a team environment. You will be qualified to PhD level in Statistics, Data Analytics, Mathematics or a closely related subject or alternatively you will have a professional practice background with a subject-relevant Masters qualification and at least three years’ experience working in a professional data analytics environment

uk: Research Associate

             
Oct
20
Aug
24
University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom
A monotone coarse invariant (MCI) is an invariant which behaves monotonically with respect to coarse embeddings; growth and asymptotic dimension are two classical examples of such invariants. In the last ten years, the number and diversity of MCIs has increased dramatically, with new MCIs inspired by techniques from combinatorics, analysis, topology, electrical network theory and neural networks. The goal of the project is to further develop these MCIs as tools to tackle key problems in geometri...      You hold a PhD in Mathematics; You have expert knowledge in geometric group theory, combinatorial group theory or coarse geometry; You have demonstrated the ability to write and publish academic papers for leading international journals; You have the ability to conduct research independently and as part of a collaboration

uk: PhD Position: Optimal control of aquaponic farms for food production using Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

             
Sep
16
Aug
24
University of the West of England (UWE); Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom
research on the parameters and existing findings to obtain optimal control of aquaponic farm; design and setup a small-scale experimental aquaponics farm. Identify, install, and integrate IoT sensors in an aquaponics farm to obtain data related to water quality, water level and flow, light intensity, airflow, CO2 level, plant growth, early disease detection and pest control; identify and apply state of the art machine learning algorithms to analyse IoT data to discover patterns, provide control ...      Applicants must have a good first degree or, ideally, a Masters. Students from under-represented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. The studentship is available both for UK and overseas applicants; Software development with in-depth knowledge of threads, sockets, and event programming (Embedded C, C#, Python); Electronics, Embedded system design, Microcontrollers, PCB design and testing; Industrial product design, hardware manufacturing and assembly of mechanical parts; Knowledge of hu...

uk: Senior Psychometric Researcher (100%)

             
Sep
12
Aug
24
National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER); United Kingdom
We are currently seeking an experienced individual to join our research team as a Senior Psychometric Researcher supporting test development projects and getting involved in a number of psychometric, statistical and strategic areas. With a 75 year history, NFER is a leading educational research charity operating in the UK and internationally with a mission to improve outcomes for future generations everywhere. Our independent evidence-based research supports positive change across education syst...      Master’s degree level or higher in psychometrics, statistics, psychology, mathematics or other highly numerate subject or equivalent experience; A strong understanding of classical test theory, equating, linking and item response theory and experience in their real world application; An understanding of issues relating to measurement and test development, such as validity and reliability; Proficient ideally in R, SPSS, or other statistical software

uk: Research Fellow

             
Sep
30
Aug
24
University of Warwick; Coventry, England, United Kingdom
This project is likely to involve hierarchical Bayesian models, nonparametric Bayesian inference, graphical models, causal inference, experimental design and issues in spatio-temporal inference such as non-stationarity and non-separability. The expectation is that you will produce breakthrough research results in the areas of Bayesian statistics, causal inference, causal AI, and contribute to publishing these results in top rated venues      You will possess a PhD or an equivalent qualification in Statistics or Computer Science or Applied Mathematics (or you will shortly be obtaining it). You should have a very strong background in one or more of the following areas: Bayesian inference, spatial statistics, probabilistic machine learning, causal inference and structural causal modeling

uk: Senior Statistician/Senior Data Scientist (2 posts) (2 y)

             
Sep
20
Aug
24
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
As a Senior Statistician/Senior Data Scientist you will conduct an independent research in the filed of Pharmaco- and Device epidemiology using statistical methods to analyse complex data from variety of sources. You will contribute to the strategic direction and setting standards for the work of the group, manage and monitor research resources and budgets and represent the group in national and international research projects, ensuring high quality input in all stages of the study lifecycle. Yo...      You will hold a Doctoral or MSc degree in applied/medical statistics or biostatistics with BA degree in statistics, mathematics, or a related field. Track record of contributing to and successfully securing research funding, demonstrable expertise in statistical packages, e.g. R, SAS, Stata or SPSS and considerable experience working as a senior statistician are essential. Experience designing and conducting cohort, case-control, and similar studies, good track record of peer reviewed scientific...

uk: Lead Statistician

             
Sep
20
Aug
24
University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
As Lead Statistician you will develop, lead and co-manage with Associate Professors Susan Dutton and Jonathan Cook the statistical team within OCTRU. You will contribute to the overall strategy and secure funding for the OCTRU Statistics team as a statistical or methodological co-applicant on clinical trial grant applications, supporting members of the OCTRU statistics team to do likewise. You will ensure high quality statistical input into all aspects of clinical trials and related work within ...      You must hold a PhD or DPhil with considerable experience working as a senior trial statistician preferably within an academic setting. You will also have extensive experience of statistical input into clinical research leading to publications in leading academic journals and a track record of contributing to and successfully securing research funding. Experience of working within a Clinical Trials Unit is desirable