An exciting Research Fellow position exists in Trinity College Dublin in the Department of Mechanical, Manufacturing & Biomedical Engineering, linked to a project recently funded.
The successful candidate will be affiliated to the STAM research group, under the direct supervision of Prof. Rocco Lupoi. This person will support the development of research labs activities in collaboration with a company in the private sector, who is also co-sponsoring this project. The project is also co-sponsored by a research centre in Ireland. We have a programme about to start in the area of Hydrogen research, and we are looking to shortlist a number of candidates for a Research Fellow position.
- A PhD in an engineering discipline or closely related (Essential).
Knowledge & Experience:
- Metallic materials mechanical and microstructure characterization skills (Essential)
- Worked in the field of hydrogen embrittlement (Essential)
- Sound knowledge of CAD software (preference for Solidworks) and LabView or similar (Essential).
- Knowledge of control systems applied to motion stages for example (Desirable).
- Programming skills (Desirable).
- Knowledge in the operation of flow valves such as pressure regulators or flow regulators (Desirable).
- Previous experience in running simulations such as CFD or FEA (Desirable).
- Proven problem solving skills (Essential).
- A track record of research publications adequate for the career stage (Essential).
Skills & Competencies:
- Excellent level of written and spoken English (Essential).
- Highly interested, committed and motivated individual towards the achievement of set goals (Essential).
- Can do attitude, no matter what (Essential).
The post is available for 1 year in the first instance, but with extension possibilities. Please apply via linkedin (preferable option), or send by email ([email protected]
) a CV and cover letter to explain how you meet the essential and desirable specifications.https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3488483216