28 phd in power electronics positions at University of Glasgow

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    bespoke lab-ware for chemical robotics working in a multidisciplinary team. You will have skills in some of the following: programming, electronics, firmware, 3D design, 3D printing, fluidics. Expertise in

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    of state-of-the-art marketing techniques, approaches and strategies, particularly electronic and web-based approaches. A6 A well-developed network of contacts with all relevant funders. A7 Awareness

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | 5 days ago

    characterising photonic or electronic devices E3 Sufficient experience of semiconductor cleanroom fabrication techniques E4 Experience of scientific writing E5 Proven ability to deliver quality outputs in a timely

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    . The post-holder will work independently, but as part of a large team across the UK, supporting exemplar projects (these might be evidence reviews or more reflective projects involving secondary data

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    or techniques Skills Essential: C1 Operational competency of electron microscopy (preferably transmission) C2 Research creativity and strong cross-discipline collaborative ability as appropriate C3 Excellent

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    Level 12 (PhD) or equivalent professional and/or teaching experience in a relevant Subject Area. A2 Up-to-date knowledge of research within technical art history which enhances and expands existing areas

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    of computer programming languages or platforms suitable for this kind of work. The application of these methods to understanding and improving public health is relatively novel, but they have been applied in

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | 5 days ago

    Investigator. Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experience Knowledge & Qualifications Essential: A1 An awarded PhD or equivalent in discipline within the social sciences. A2 Demonstrable expertise

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    insight to, an internationally competitive field of research. Desirable: B1 PhD. B2 Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. Skills Essential: C1 Strong and effective interpersonal and communication

  • University of Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland | about 14 hours ago

    related subject areas and, where appropriate, secure external funding to support research and PhD studentships. 2. Contribute fully to developing and enhancing the research profile of the subject area

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