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KTH is now developing a brand new research and education department in the subject area of Sustainable production. During 2016 and 2017 we are recruiting new faculty members: among others three Professors, four Associate Professors and one Assistant Professor in the areas of Production management, Production logistics and Strategic maintenance and dependability. In addition, there are resources to recruit Ph.D. students, industrial Ph.D. students, Adjunct Professors and Postdocs. For the new department, a new, attractive and functional campus is being built in the Northern city centre of Södertälje, 30 km south of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. The focused effort on Sustainable production at KTH is a joint initiative with Scania and AstraZeneca, both with large, expanding and globally competitive production sites in close vicinity of the new campus area.
The development towards smart factories intends products and production resources such as machines, robots and tools to have the inbuilt capabilities to communicate, make self-diagnose, become self-learning and possess the ability to perform self-adjustments, adaptations and optimizations. In other words, products and processes are intended to become more intelligent and autonomous.
The research group in dependability within the department of sustainable production development is offering a postdoc position focusing on integrated analytics for advanced machinery. The successful candidate will join a research group that is focusing on novel design methodologies for identification and controlling of advanced cyber-physical productions systems by utilizing precising engineering and metrology principles in combination with industrial analytics.
The position is associated with the following sub-topics:
The candidate will be responsible to develop new strategies for the detection, identification and modelling of errors in advanced machinery subsystem, this entails:
Furthermore, the candidate will also support in teaching activities, such as supervising PhD and M.Sc. students
To be qualified for the position the candidate must hold a PhD degree (in electrical, mechanical or production engineering or equivalent area) with focus in advanced production machinery. The PhD degree cannot be older than three years. Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills are a requirement.
The candidate should have excellent programming skills and be able to develop smart algorithms for high performance analysis. MATLAB/Simulink proficiency is a bonus. Competence in sensors and signal analysis with a good understanding of the role of measurement in the production chain are also advantageous for the position.
We are looking for a strongly motivated person, who is able to work independently, as well as within a research group. Excellent command of English orally and in writing is required. Furthermore, the candidate must have a good ability to work in cross-cultural and cross-functional teams. As the position also include supervision of students, the candidate must have a good ability to generate short-term research ideas for student projects and/or testing which can lead to potential long-term research ideas.
Great emphasis will be placed on personal competence and suitability.
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|Intitulé||Postdoc in integrated analytics for advanced machinery|
|Employer||KTH Royal Institute of Technology|
|Job location||Valhallavägen 79, 100 44 Stockholm|
|Publié||mai 20, 2019|
|Date limite d'inscription||août 22, 2019|
|Types d'emploi||Post doc  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Génie civil,   Ingénierie automobile,   Ingénierie des systèmes automobiles,   Ingénierie de production,   Mécanique  |