Research Fellow, Energy-Efficient and Dependable Computing Systems
Application closing date: 07/10/2020
Salary: £33,797- £35,845 per annum
Job category/type: Research
We are seeking a Research Fellow to carry out research on the design of low-power dependable micro-architectures for processing data-analytics and multimedia workloads on a 12 month fixed term contract.
Based in our Global Research Institute of Electronics Communication and Information Technology (ECIT), you will join a prolific research cluster in the Centre for Data Science and Scalable Data Analytics (DSSC) within ECIT. You will work on the development of AI based power and reliability models and will implement low-power dependable schemes within open-source RISC processors. You are expected to have strong experience on ASIC and/or FPGA hardware design flows.
The successful candidate must have:
- Degree in Computer Science (or related discipline)
- Have, or be about to obtain a relevant PhD
- At least 3 years’ relevant research experience in the design of circuits and systems, processing architectures with emphasis on low power, reliable and/or secure operation.
For full job details and criteria please see the Candidate Information link on our website by clicking ‘apply’. You must clearly demonstrate how you meet the criteria when you submit your application. For further information please contact Resourcing Team, Queen's University Belfast, BT7 1NN. Telephone (028) 9097 3044 or email email@example.com.
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and to selection on merit. We welcome applications from all sections of society and particularly from people with a disability.
Fixed term contract posts are available for the stated period in the first instance but, in particular circumstances, may be renewed or made permanent, subject to availability of funding.
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