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  • Research Associate posted by University of Manchester
    shearography digital image correlation The School of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering offer composite machining e g mechanical and laser machining microscopy e g optical scanning electron microscopes and CT systems and a wide range of material testing facilities The Materials Performance Centre offers state of the art facilities including advanced X ray facilities for the examination of composite materials over a wide range of scale lengths You will have a strong background in manufacturing mechanics and characterisation of polymer composites or a closely related subject You will have a PhD degree with a developing track record of research e g journal and or conference publications in the area of composite manufacturing mechanical testing adhesive bonding composite damage repairs Knowledge of resin infusion and material testing is strongly preferred Knowledge of structural integrity and non destructive testing will be an advantage Good communication skills and strong motivation to interact with students and staff in order to foster interdisciplinary collaboration In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 11015 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Contract Reference E PS 07713 Research Associate in Composite Materials Closing date 07 03 2016 Reference E PS 07713 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Mechanical Aerospace Civil Engineering Division Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Employment type Fixed Term Duration Available from 1 June 2016 to 31 May 2017 Location Sackville Street Manchester Salary 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Hours per week Full Time You will join the School of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering which brings together leading research expertise in all areas of aerospace engineering and materials science This EPSRC funded project will be focused on fabrication and characterisation of bonded scarf repairs Your role will be to conduct experimental research focused on a developing composite fabrication and characterisation techniques for bonded composite scarf repairs b understanding the failure mechanisms and structural integrity of repaired composite laminates with particular emphasis to primary aircraft structures You will work as part of a large and growing research team at Northwest Composites Centre NWCC recognized for world leading research in polymer composites and their structural performance NWCC offers a broad range of composite materials processing e g autoclave RTM resin infusion characterisation e g for tensile fatigue impact testing and non destructive testing equipment e g ultrasound shearography digital image correlation The School of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering offer composite machining e g mechanical and laser machining microscopy e g optical scanning electron microscopes and

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  • Research Associate posted by University of Manchester
    Fixed Term Duration 12 months Location Sackville Street Manchester Salary 30 738 to 37 768 to annum Hours per week Full time Based in the Power Conversion Group at the University of Manchester you will join the EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics and will be responsible for undertaking leading edge research into design optimisation techniques for high frequency multi kW converters including the high frequency magnetic components You will have research experience of power electronic components circuits or systems particularly loss modelling and design optimisation and ideally a PhD submitted or obtained This post is fixed term for a period of 12 months in the first instance The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is committed to promoting equality and diversity including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women s careers in STEMM subjects science technology engineering mathematics and medicine in higher education We particularly welcome applications from women for this post Appointment will always be made on merit In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10968 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 to 37 768 to annum Permanent Reference E PS 07666 Research Associate Power Electronics Closing date 29 02 2016 Reference E PS 07666 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Electrical Electronic Engineering Division Electrical Electronic Engineering Employment type Fixed Term Duration 12 months Location Sackville Street Manchester Salary 30 738 to 37 768 to annum Hours per week Full time Based in the Power Conversion Group at the University of Manchester you will join the EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics and will be responsible for undertaking leading edge research into design optimisation techniques for high frequency multi kW converters including the high frequency magnetic components You will have research experience of power electronic components circuits or systems particularly loss modelling and design optimisation and ideally a PhD submitted or obtained This post is fixed term for a period of 12 months in the first instance The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is committed to promoting equality and diversity including the Athena SWAN charter for promoting women s careers in STEMM subjects science technology engineering mathematics and medicine in higher education We particularly welcome applications from women for this post Appointment will always be made on merit Application for Research Associate 0 ExternalLink 1 Questions No Yes 0 ExternalLink 2 1 Complete Job Application Form and forward to Employer In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it

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  • Research Associates posted by University of Manchester
    2D materials Post 1 is available for up to 36 months and will concentrate on the fabrication and development of van der Waals heterostructures Post 2 is available for up to 24 months and will focus on experimental studies on van der Waals heterostructures Specifically the posts will focus on Development of device concepts based on ultra high quality encapsulated graphene systems Exploratory studies of 2D crystals Prototyping van der Waals materials composed of graphene and other 2D crystals You will hold a PhD in condensed matter physics in the area of nano physics You are also expected to have experience of fabrication and development of graphene other 2D materials van der Waals heterostructures and corresponding devices One of the posts will focus on fabrication aspects of new types of van der Waals heterostructures and devices whereas the second will focus on investigation of their properties Preference will be given to applicants with specific experience in these two areas In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10959 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Permanent Reference E PS 07656 Research Associates van der Waals Heterostructures 2 posts Closing date 28 02 2016 Reference E PS 07656 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Physics Astronomy Division Condensed Matter Employment type Fixed Term Duration Available from 01 04 2016 until 31 03 18 post 1 until 31 03 19 post 2 Location Oxford Road Manchester Salary 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Hours per week full time Applications are invited for these 2 positions within our condensed matter physics research group You will join a vibrant team of researchers who have been at the forefront of graphene research since its discovery in 2004 and will take forward a series of projects relating to graphene and other 2D materials funded by the European Commission European Research Council and other international funders Both posts are available from April 2016 and will cover a number of projects investigating the fundamental properties of 2D materials and their heterostructures which will lead to the technological development of graphene and 2D materials Post 1 is available for up to 36 months and will concentrate on the fabrication and development of van der Waals heterostructures Post 2 is available for up to 24 months and will focus on experimental studies on van der Waals heterostructures Specifically the posts will focus on Development of device concepts based on ultra high quality encapsulated graphene systems Exploratory studies of 2D

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  • Research Fellow posted by University of Manchester
    and Group Deputy you will help run Professor Lee s research group as well as having the opportunity to develop your own research As his deputy you will provide scientific direction for his group s research projects and assist with grant proposal development You will provide professional scientific project management and day to day leadership actively interacting with academic and industrial collaborators and develop new business cases and networks as well as engaging in outreach activities A PhD in Metallurgy Materials Sciences or a related Physical Sciences discipline or significant demonstrable experience gained within a scientific environment is essential especially with respect to scientific project management You must also be able to demonstrate evidence of being able to manage a diverse and changing workload and to respond to new challenges as they arise with a high degree of initiative and self motivation The ability to communicate at a scientific level is essential Previous involvement and familiarity with writing proposals is highly desirable In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10978 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 38 896 to 47 801 per annum Permanent Reference E PS 007676 Research Fellow and Deputy Head of Research Group Closing date 29 02 2016 Reference E PS 007676 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Materials Division X Ray Imaging Employment type Fixed Term Duration Available from 01 03 2016 until 28 02 2018 Location Harwell Oxfordshire Salary 38 896 to 47 801 per annum Hours per week full time A Research Fellow with strong expertise in the area of synchrotron imaging of metals and other materials is being sought to help run a leading research group in this field The group is led by Professor Lee who is an extremely active Research Professor in Materials Science and Synchrotron X ray Imaging with a multi million pound research portfolio with a group of 30 PDRAs students and support staff collaborating with industry and academia both nationally and internationally Professor Lee will be taking on the role as acting Director of the Research Complex at Harwell www rc harwell ac uk and as Research Fellow and Group Deputy you will help run Professor Lee s research group as well as having the opportunity to develop your own research As his deputy you will provide scientific direction for his group s research projects and assist with grant proposal development You will provide professional scientific project management and day to day leadership actively interacting with academic and industrial collaborators and develop new

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  • Scientific Software Developer posted by University of Manchester
    telescope in Chile to map one eighth of sky in order to uncover the history laws and contents of the Universe This role will support the project primarily by developing the DES software CosmoSIS which connects DES data to cosmological theory The role will involve working with researchers to design and implement numerical software to run cosmological calculations and constrain cosmological theories in a Bayesian framework The role includes providing consultancy and advice service development software development short and long term solving users problems developing documentation community building installing and configuring software You will have knowledge and a practical understanding of academic subject areas for example statistics sampling methods numerical programming cosmological modelling knowledge of at least some of the C C Python and Fortran programming languages and knowledge and practical understanding of specific technologies relevant to the role such as Linux and or OSX operating systems You will also have good interpersonal skills have excellent attention to detail and be an analytical thinker In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10827 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 to 37 768 per annum pro rata if part time Permanent Reference E PS 07525 Scientific Software Developer Closing date 29 02 2016 Reference E PS 07525 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Physics Astronomy Division Employment type Fixed Term Duration December 2017 Location Oxford Road Manchester Salary 30 738 to 37 768 per annum pro rata if part time Hours per week full time or part time The Dark Energy Survey DES is a cosmology project that is using a telescope in Chile to map one eighth of sky in order to uncover the history laws and contents of the Universe This role will support the project primarily by developing the DES software CosmoSIS which connects DES data to cosmological theory The role will involve working with researchers to design and implement numerical software to run cosmological calculations and constrain cosmological theories in a Bayesian framework The role includes providing consultancy and advice service development software development short and long term solving users problems developing documentation community building installing and configuring software You will have knowledge and a practical understanding of academic subject areas for example statistics sampling methods numerical programming cosmological modelling knowledge of at least some of the C C Python and Fortran programming languages and knowledge and practical understanding of specific technologies relevant to the role such as Linux and or OSX operating systems You will also have good interpersonal skills

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  • Research Associate posted by University of Manchester
    patients with Parkinson s or AVHs will be beneficial By the measure of research power University of Manchester was ranked 7th overall for Unit of Assessment Psychology Psychiatry and Neuroscience in REF2014 You will join a vibrant and stimulating research community at the School of Psychological Sciences The School also has close links with the Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health NIHR Wellcome Trust Manchester Clinical Research Facility ESRC International Centre for Language and Communicative Development LuCiD and Salford Royal Foundation Trust it is a continual source of intellectual stimulation and career opportunities Please note that if you do not have permission to work in the UK the University of Manchester will not be able to obtain a Certificate of Sponsorship for you to take up this position All non EU EEA candidates must have valid immigration status and or a UK visa valid for the duration of the contract in order to be considered for this appointment In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10871 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 pro rata per annum Permanent Reference M HS 07569 Research Associate Closing date 29 02 2016 Reference M HS 07569 Faculty Organisational unit Medical Human Sciences School Directorate School of Psychological Sciences Division Employment type Fixed Term Duration from 01 04 2016 until 31 03 2017 Location Oxford Road Manchester Salary 30 738 pro rata per annum Hours per week 0 60 FTE You will be a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join an ESRC funded research project led by Dr Bo Yao University of Manchester UK and Professor Sonja Kotz University of Maastricht Netherlands We aim to use functional resonance imaging fMRI and electroencephalography EEG to understand the neural mechanisms underlying covert emotional prosodic processing inner voices in silent reading of speech quotations We will also explore the socio emotional impacts of voice hearing and the application of this neural modal in early language education and in clinical research on Parkinson s disease and auditory verbal hallucinations AVHs You will actively engage in stimulus preparation pilot testing data collection and analysis manuscript preparation and impact activities You will hold a PhD in an appropriate field e g neuroscience of language or will have submitted your thesis before the start date You will be experienced in conducting research using fMRI and or EEG and have excellent writing skills academic and non academic Additional experience in EEG source localisation dynamic causal modelling DCM or in working with children or patients with Parkinson s or AVHs

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  • Research Associate posted by University of Manchester
    allowing assessment of the effects of environment on corrosion film formation and hydrogen uptake You will be expected to have knowledge of a range of electrochemical and surface analytical techniques in order to characterise the kinetics of corrosion and film formation You will be based in Manchester In addition to this core project you will engage in other activities in the CPC and provide support to other projects within the University of Manchester and elsewhere where appropriate You will need to show a high level of initiative and an ability to carry out work independently You will have a relevant PhD along with good team working skills and a strong command of the English language Previous experience is required in corrosion testing characterisation techniques Experience with pipeline materials is desirable as are strong analysis and IT skills The ability to act as lead author in scientific papers and reports and to present work at international conferences is also essential In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10962 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 37 768 per annum Permanent Reference E PS 07660 Research Associate in Corrosion Hydrogen Embrittlement Behaviour of Pipeline Steel Closing date 26 02 2016 Reference E PS 07660 Faculty Organisational unit Engineering Physical Sciences School Directorate School of Materials Division BP International Centre for Advanced Materials Employment type Fixed Term Duration until 31 07 2016 Location Oxford Road Manchester Salary 30 738 37 768 per annum Hours per week Full time You will join the dynamic group of academics within the Corrosion Protection Centre CPC Working as part of this team and being responsible for evaluating the influence of environmental factors on the corrosion and mechanical performance in pipeline steels This will be achieved by conducting a range of corrosion and mechanical test techniques within specific corrosive environments at both room and elevated temperatures Substantial knowledge of testing and characterisation methodologies and techniques are fundamental to the project success In addition knowledge of hydrogen permeation testing and mechanical testing in selected oil gas environments is necessary Various degradation mechanisms will be investigated primarily corrosion scaling and hydrogen embrittlement failure These studies will be complemented with state of the art Electron Microscopy and laboratory XRD studies including in situ synchrotron experimentation allowing assessment of the effects of environment on corrosion film formation and hydrogen uptake You will be expected to have knowledge of a range of electrochemical and surface analytical techniques in order to characterise the kinetics of corrosion and film formation You will be

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  • Research Associate posted by University of Manchester
    the University of Cambridge to investigate the use of mass spectrometry imaging methods for the characterisation of cancerous tumours The mass spectrometry imaging research will complement ongoing studies using other imaging modalities in particular positron emission tomography PET and magnetic resonance imaging MRI You will have significant experience at PhD level of the use of mass spectrometry and ideally mass spectrometry imaging with experience in sample preparation techniques pertinent to biological samples An excellent team player you will be expected to work closely with other research staff You will be expected to attend and contribute to various meetings and summer schools The post is based at the Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre WMIC which is based on the site of the Christie Hospital in South Manchester WMIC is an exciting multi modality imaging research environment equipped with a range of imaging modalities The position offers excellent opportunities for networking and training both within Manchester and with the University of Cambridge In order to complete your application for this role you must download the application form below complete it and send it to the recruiter instructions should be in the application form You can download the form below Download the application form Good luck You applied for this role on Please note that your application will not be considered unless you have completed the application process on the employer s website You can find the link to the employer s website below https www jobs manchester ac uk displayjob aspx jobid 10974 Manchester 15 Feb 2016 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Permanent Reference M HS 07672 Research Associate in Mass Spectrometry Closing date 28 02 2016 Reference M HS 07672 Faculty Organisational unit Medical Human Sciences School Directorate Institute of Population Health Division Centre for Imaging Sciences Employment type Fixed Term Duration until 30 November 2016 Location Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre Salary 30 738 to 37 768 per annum Hours per week full time We are seeking a full time Research Associate to join the University s joint CRUK EPSRC Cancer Imaging Centre with the University of Cambridge to investigate the use of mass spectrometry imaging methods for the characterisation of cancerous tumours The mass spectrometry imaging research will complement ongoing studies using other imaging modalities in particular positron emission tomography PET and magnetic resonance imaging MRI You will have significant experience at PhD level of the use of mass spectrometry and ideally mass spectrometry imaging with experience in sample preparation techniques pertinent to biological samples An excellent team player you will be expected to work closely with other research staff You will be expected to attend and contribute to various meetings and summer schools The post is based at the Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre WMIC which is based on the site of the Christie Hospital in South Manchester WMIC is an exciting multi modality imaging research environment equipped with a range of imaging modalities The position offers excellent opportunities for networking and training both within Manchester and with the

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