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  • Teaching Fellow

    A Teaching Fellow is sought to join the Dyson School of Design Engineering. This role principally involves support of the Innovation Design Engineering (IDE) MA/MSc programme through teaching, course development, management and administration of visiting tutors, and project management of student work. The role involves engagement with a range of project-based modules and activities for the IDE programme across diverse application areas, many...

    • Reference: ENG00825
    • Closing date: 26/06/2019
    • Department: Dyson School of Design Engineering
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Part-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £36,926 – £44,342
  • Research Associate in Cyber-Physical Systems (IoT) for the Security, Control and Reliability of Critical Infrastructures

    We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate to carry out Cyber-Physical Systems research with a particular focus on applications that monitor and control critical infrastructures.

    • Reference: ENG00820
    • Closing date: 26/05/2019
    • Department: Department of Computing
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £37,486 – £39,135
  • Research Associate in Cyber-Physical Systems for the Security, Control and Reliability of Critical Infrastructures

    We are seeking to appoint a Research Associate to carry out Cyber-Physical Systems research with a particular focus on applications that monitor and control critical infrastructures.

    • Reference: ENG00817
    • Closing date: 29/05/2019
    • Department: Department of Computing
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £37,486 – £39,135
  • Research Associate to 3D printing of energy storage devices

    Applications are invited for a Research Associate position funded by the ERC-Consolidator grant “3DAddChip” that will design miniaturized devices using a three-dimensional printing technique. Deterministic assembly of 2D materials in three-dimensional miniaturized structures is paramount for the fabrication of new small-scale devices to serve in on-chip technologies. This is a new manufacturing challenge, as miniaturization is currently...

    • Reference: ENG00800
    • Closing date: 28/06/2019
    • Department: Department of Materials
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £34,397 – £46,499
  • Research Associate

    Applicants are invited to apply for a Research Associate (RA) position funded by the EU Commission (Horizon 2020) to develop the KIOS Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence (KIOS CoE). The project is a team effort between the University of Cyprus and Imperial College London which will carry out multidisciplinary research in the areas of intelligent large-scale dynamic systems and networks with emphasis on monitoring, control, and...

    • Reference: ENG00795
    • Closing date: 02/06/2019
    • Department: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £34,397 – £46,499
  • Electronics and Instrumentation Support Engineer (Laboratory Technician)

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London is world renowned for its quality of teaching and research. With nearly 200 members of staff dedicated to scientific investigation in a variety of topics, we strive to be at the forefront of mechanical engineering research.­ The Non-destructive Evaluation (NDE) group has nearly 30 years of experience in solving real world problems for industrial inspection and monitoring. The...

    • Reference: ENG00723
    • Closing date: 27/05/2019
    • Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £36,926 – £42,065
  • Research Associate in Ultrasonic inversion for non-destructive evaluation

    The Salary structure is subject to change effective from 1st April 2019, please see full details on our salary structure reform. The rise of high speed computer simulations has provided new opportunities for detecting and quantifying damage within safety-critical components such as jet engines, oil pipes or aeroplane wings. While simulation tools have traditionally been used to produce ultrasonic data for a given geometry and defect, this...

    • Reference: ENG00611
    • Closing date: 14/07/2019
    • Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
    • Location: South Kensington Campus
    • Job type: Full-time, fixed term
    • Salary: £33,380 – £45,547
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