Research Associate in System Modelling at the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre
Salary: Grade 7 £31,688- £40,322 per annum.
Hours: Full time
Closing Date: 27th October 2019
Contract Type: Fixed-term for 12 months to start as soon as possible
Apply your expertise in deep learning and data modelling to collaboratively solve real challenges in aerospace propulsion, which will underpin quality journal research. Working with world-class industrial and academic leaders, you will become a member of a leading research department and highly respected research centre uniquely specialising in the control and monitoring research for Rolls-Royce.
You will develop a modelling framework at multiple scales to effectively design and evaluate resilient health monitoring systems for gas turbines. Interacting multi-disciplinary and multi-scale models system health will be built to link the following aspects: low-level failure mechanisms, component level symptoms, system functional effects, and fleet-wide economic impact. The models and system framework you develop will allow gas turbine monitoring to be more effective and improvements to aircraft operations evaluated.
You will have a PhD (or be close to completion), in Mathematics, Physics or Engineering or have equivalent experience. If you are passionate about using technology and your initiative to make a difference, and have the drive to see solutions deployed within Industrial products, then we would love to hear from you.