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Post-doctoral Researcher
Posted on 28 Feb 2014

Postdoc recruitment

 

Post Title:

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Post Status:

18 month contract, full-time

Department/Faculty:

The Telecommunications Research Centre (CTVR) School of Computer Science & Statistics

Location:

CTVR

Reports to:

Dr. Marco Ruffini & Prof. David Payne

Salary:

37,750 - 44,930 (commensurate with experience)

Closing Date:

12 Noon on Monday 31st March 2014

 

Interested applicants should send a CV to Dr. Marco Ruffini (marco.ruffini@tcd.ie) including contact information for at least two professional references.

The successful candidate will be expected to take up the post no later than May 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.

A post-doctoral researcher position in Passive optical network protocol simulation and implementation in FPGA platform is available at CTVR The Telecommunications Research Centre, at Trinity College Dublin. This position is funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), and the candidate will work on an Integrated Project, in collaboration with other major European partners.

The candidate must have a Ph.D. or equivalent technical experience in the area of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or a related field, with a track record of research in optical communications and networks. Desirable qualifications include:

         Strong background in FPGA hardware programming.

         Experience with PON and TDM protocols study and simulation is highly desirable.

         Experience in building and running software simulation tool is highly desirable.

         Good working knowledge of software programming languages (e.g., c++, python, matlab)

         Established track record of publication in leading journals/conferences, on topics such as DBA algorithms, switching and routing, optical access and core networks;

         Solid written and oral communications skills;

         The ability to work well in a group, and the ability to mentor junior researchers, such as Ph.D. students.

Additional information can be found at the link below.

See this PDF document for further particulars

TCD e-recruitment

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Professor/Chair of Intelligent Systems
Posted on 19 Nov 2013


Post Status: Permanent (full-time)

Department/Faculty: Discipline of Intelligent Systems, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science


Reports to: Head of the School of Computer Science and Statistics


Salary: Depending on qualifications and experience, this appointment will be made on the Professorial Salary scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy


Closing Date: noon, Friday, 31st January, 2014


Applications will only be accepted by e-recruitment.


 

The University of Dublin, Trinity College, invites applications for a full-time permanent Professor/Chair of Intelligent Systems in the Discipline of Intelligent Systems, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science. The successful candidate will be expected to provide strong academic leadership in research, teaching and supervision.

 

The successful candidate will be an internationally recognised scholar in at least two of the following three research areas:

(i) knowledge and data engineering,

(ii) content analytics, and

(iii) user interaction, related to the Centre for Global Intelligent Content (CNGL). The successful candidate must also have experience in bringing together research across these and related areas. The successful candidate will provide a leading interdisciplinary role across the School and College, including TCD research themes (in particular Intelligent Content and Communications). An internationally recognised research profile, with a demonstrated ability to raise research funding and a proven capacity to collaborate with industry in domains such as (but not limited to) business, cultural entertainment, education, health, telecommunications and utilities is essential. An excellent track record in teaching and supervision is required.


The post offers an exciting opportunity to provide innovative academic leadership in research and teaching in Intelligent Systems, and to exercise a leading role in building up the academic activity of the School.

This position is tenable from 1st September, 2014.


Preferred closing date for receipt of completed applications is noon on Friday, 31st January 2014.

See this PDF document for further particulars

Link to TCD e-recruitment

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Professor/Chair of Computer Systems
Posted on 19 Nov 2013


Post Title: Post Status: Permanent (full-time)

Department/Faculty: Discipline of Computer Systems, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science

Reports to: Head of the School of Computer Science and Statistics

Salary: Depending on qualifications and experience this appointment will be made on the Professorial Salary scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy

Closing Date: Noon, Friday, 31st January, 2014

Applications will only be accepted by e-recruitment.


 

The University of Dublin, Trinity College, invites applications for a full-time permanent Professor/Chair of Computer Systems in the Discipline of Computer Systems, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science. The successful candidate will be expected to provide strong academic leadership in research, teaching and supervision.

 

The successful candidate will be an internationally recognised scholar with an established track record in research, teaching and supervision related to the activities within the Discipline. The Discipline is divided into five research groups: the Distributed Systems Group (DSG) and Future Cities Research Programme; the Networks and Telecommunications Research Group (NTRG); CTVR The Telecommunications Research Centre; the Computer Architecture and Grid Research Group (CAG); and the Conformant Communications Group (CCG). The successful candidate will have the experience to lead and contribute to Computer Systems research that advances Trinity's strategic research themes, in particular, Smart and Sustainable Cities and Telecommunications. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong history of collaboration with industry and a proven ability to obtain strategic research funding.

The post offers an exciting opportunity to provide innovative academic leadership in research and teaching in Intelligent Systems, and to exercise a leading role in building up the academic activity of the School.

This position is tenable from 1st September, 2014.

Preferred closing date for receipt of completed applications is noon on Friday, 31st January 2014.

See this PDF document for further particulars.

Link to TCD e-recruitment

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