COVENTRY UNIVERSITY

Professor in Automotive Powertrain Electrification

Location
Coventry, West Midlands (GB)
Salary
£61,331 - £89,695 per annum
Posted
22 Jan 2018
End of advertisement period
28 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job title : Professor in Automotive Powertrain Electrification
Job reference : REQ005676
Application closing date : 28/02/2018

Faculty / School or Service : Centre for Advanced Low-Carbon Propulsion Systems (C-ALPS)
Salary : £61,331 - £89,695 per annum
Package : As one of Coventry's biggest employers, we offer some pretty impressive benefits including an excellent pension scheme and generous holiday allowances.
Job category/type : Academic

Job description :

This year has seen Coventry University cement its status as the country's top modern University, with a rise in the Guardian University Guide 2018 to 12th spot, the highest ever placing for a modern university. We continue to build on our reputation from other key league tables, notably last month's Complete University Guide where we were ranked top new university, and the Times Higher Education world rankings - the latter naming Coventry University as one of the world's top institutions under 50 years old.

The Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing at Coventry University is one of the largest in the UK. Consisting in three schools and four research centres, it is nationally and internationally renowned as a centre of innovation for its teaching, learning and research.

The Faculty is looking for a leader to develop a robust multi-disciplinary team with a view to the developing world-leading research in the area of Electrification of Automotive Powertrains with strong industrial links. 
The post is ideal for an experienced academic with an active research portfolio and strong industrial connections, but due consideration will be given to an industrial specialist from the field of Automotive Powertrain Development.

Staff and facilities at your disposal include:

  • State of the art powertrain testing facilities at the university and industrial partners
  • Industry standard 0D, 1D- and 3D-simulation software and calibrated simulation models
  • Access to an extensive benchmarking database for automotive powertrains
  • A team of technically capable staff with experience power electronics, electric machine diagnostics, powertrain systems modelling and more.

For an informal chat about the role, please call the Dean's Office on 024 7765 8673 to make a telephone appointment with our Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Fitzpatrick or the Director of the Centre for Low-Carbon Propulsion Systems, Hartwig Busch.

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Interviews will be held week commencing 16th April 2018.