• Develop hyperspectral imaging instruments
• Contribute to project management tasks
• Maintain accurate and up-to date technical documentation of the delivered hardware
• Contribute to the dissemination of the research through publications, conferences and public engagement activities
The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.
Skills, knowledge, and experience
1. PhD or equivalent industrial experience in optics or a closely related field
2. A demonstrable record of publications in peer-reviewed conference proceedings and scientific journals
3. Experience working on system integration tasks as part of multidisciplinary teams
4. Expertise in computational modelling and simulation for biomedical optics
5. Experience in collecting and analysing experimental data
6. Knowledge of and experience of software development for biophotonics
7. Previous experience developing a biomedical imaging system for surgery
8. Experience with supervision of graduate and undergraduate students
Please note that this is a PhD level role but candidates who have submitted their thesis and are awaiting award of their PhDs will be considered. In these circumstances the appointment will be made at Grade 5, spine point 30 with the title of Research Assistant. Upon confirmation of the award of the PhD, the job title will become Research Associate and the salary will increase to Grade 6.
interviews will take place w/c 12th September 2022