SINGAPORE MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITY

Research Engineer, School of Information Systems

Location
Singapore
Posted
Tuesday, 26 November 2019
End of advertisement period
Friday, 20 December 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time
  • Contract
  • Manager
  • PhD
  • Singapore

Closing On 25 Dec 2019

About Us

Singapore Management University is a place where high-level professionalism blends together with a healthy informality. The 'family-like' atmosphere among the SMU community fosters a culture where employees work, plan, organise and play together – building a strong collegiality and morale within the university.

Our commitment to attract and retain talent is ongoing. We offer attractive benefits and welfare, competitive compensation packages, and generous professional development opportunities – all to meet the work-life needs of our staff. No wonder, then, that SMU continues to be given numerous awards and recognition for its human resource excellence.

Job Description

  • Lead research on developing new forms of energy-efficient sensing, based on techniques such as energy harvesting and RF power transfer
  • Created novel algorithms and technologies for multi-modal sensing and on-device data analytics that harnesses wearables and infrastructure (IoT) sensors
  • Supervise research engineers and guide PhD students in academic research and prototype development
  • Produce high-quality research publications with minimal day-to-day supervision

Qualifications

  • Minimum Ph.D. in Computer Science/Electrical Engineering or relevant disciplines
  • Proven track record in embedded system design (e.g., with FPGAs) and applications for embedded sensing platforms.
  • Project-level experience with wireless energy harvesting technologies and platforms, as well as wearable devices
  • High-quality publications in academic venues related to pervasive and ubiquitous computing
  • Coding experience with programmable embedded and experimental platforms, such USRP, WARP and Raspberry PI
  • Graduate level knowledge of wireless networking, signal processing and wireless sensor networks