Research Associate/Fellow in Mathematical Modelling and Physics of Meta-Surfaces

University of Nottingham Department of Engineering

United Kingdom

Research Associate/Fellow (fixed term)

Reference
ENG431620
Closing Date
Wednesday, 3rd March 2021
Job Type
Research
Department
Engineering
Salary
£27511 to £32817 per annum, (pro rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience (minimum £30942 with relevant PhD).

The purpose of this role will be to have specific responsibility for developing research objectives and proposals in the area of mathematical modelling and physics of Meta-surfaces. The project will be developed around the fascinating idea of Object Illusion in Complex Electromagnetic Wave Environments (OBLICUE), funded by the EPSRC New Horizons scheme. 

The candidate will join the wave modelling research group (WAMO www.wamoresearch.org), they will be part of a vibrant team of several doctoral and post-doctoral researchers working across a broad range of wave modelling problems.

Early start of the job will be facilitated by smart working in own place of successful candidate for a period of up to 3 months.

The PI will carry out the research, mentor the PDRA and manage resources. The PDRA will be a 2-year postdoctoral position at 100% FTE to be filled by a mathematician, electrical engineer or physicist to develop advanced stochastic transport equations for arbitrary space-time random media, some to be tackled for the first time with well-defined challenges. A candidate will be sought with a strong background in electromagnetism or wave physics, with a track record of innovative thinking, good communication skills and ability in scientific writing. Specific skills necessary to develop the theory of object illusion centres around: - Extensive knowledge of random matrix theory approaches, including supersymmetry and free probability approaches.; - Good knowledge of electromagnetic meta-material physics and mathematical modelling.

Key stakeholders include Academic (Maxwell Centre, University of Cambridge; Department of Mathematics, King’s College of London) and Industrial (British Telecommunications, DSTL) Partners.

The person appointed will be expected to plan and conduct work using approaches or methodologies and techniques appropriate to the type of research and will be responsible for writing up their work for publication.

The person appointed will have the opportunity to use their initiative and creativity to identify areas for research, develop research methods and extend their research portfolio.

This is a full time, fixed term post until 31 March 2023. Job share arrangements may be considered. 

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Gabriele Gradoni, tel: 07745368300 Or email gabriele.gradoni@nottingham.ac.uk Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted

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