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Senior Research Fellow

University of Huddersfield
United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Posted Date
Mar 28, 2022

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Faculty Positions, Science, Technology & Mathematics, Computer Sciences & Technology, Other Science & Technology
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School of Computing & Engineering

Senior Research Fellow

£41,303 - £52,280 per annum


Fixed Term for 12 months

37 hours per week

Ref: R6496

The School of Computing and Engineering is seeking to recruit a Senior Research Fellow in vibration condition monitoring/motor current signature analysis of machinery. You will have a PhD in mechanical engineering or electrical engineering and related areas and an experience in vibration condition monitoring or/and motor current signature analysis of machinery.

This is an exciting opportunity for a pro-active researcher to join the Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering led by Professor Len Gelman, a holder of two Rolls Royce Awards for Innovation.

The Centre has a strong record in applied research in the academic and industrial sectors. Application areas, related to the post, include vibration monitoring of complex electro-mechanical systems, advanced non-stationary signal processing, pattern recognition and multi-sensor fusion. These are applied to multiple industries, including power generation, automotive, aerospace and oil and gas.

You must have a record of journal/conference publications and a strong experience in programming in Matlab, including Signal Processing Toolbox.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact: Professor Len Gelman,

For further details about this post and to make application please visit:

Closing Date: 18 April 2022

Interview Date: 16 May 2022

Working for Equal Opportunities.

Innovative University. Inspiring Employer

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