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|Wednesday, 19 January 2005|
Bell Labs Research Ireland in association with Science Foundation (SFI) Ireland has established the CTVR (Centre for Telecommunications Value Chain Driven Research) led by Trinity College Dublin. This centre represents a consortium of Irish Universities and Institutes. Further information on the centre can be found at http://ctvr.tcd.ie
One of the five technical strands is Reliability and Test, which is directed by the University of Limerick. The Institute of Technology Sligo is collaborating with the UL research team in the development of reliability and test models.
Arising from this work a vacancy exists for a PhD researcher in the field of Reliability Engineering. This three year post involves developing statistical models for predicting the reliability of telecommunications systems. While the successful candidate will primarily be located in Sligo, the researcher will be expected to spend time at the Bell Labs Research facility in the US and at other Irish research labs as the occasion demands.
This is an exciting opportunity for a researcher to work with some of the world's leading research institutions in the field of Reliability and Test.
Further information on this post is available at http://staffweb.itsligo.ie/staff/jdonovan/CTVR
Interested applicants should submit a CV and the names of two referees to
Dr John Donovan,
School Of Engineering,
Institute of Technology Sligo
by Monday January 31 2005.
Interested applicants should be from a numerate background in Engineering, Science, Mathematics or Technology with a strong interest in statistics. Ideally the candidates should have some knowledge of reliability in Engineering or Telecommunications industries.
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