Funded PhD - Smart Algorithms

  • Salary: £35,000 - 40,000 - Annum
  • Category: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary Per: Annum
  • Location: City of Edinburgh
  • Reference: 211840544
  • Date: 2 days ago

Funded PhD - Smart Algorithms
Location: Edinburgh
Salary: up to £40,000 plus benefits

We are assisting an Edinburgh based client who are hosting a fully funded PhD programme in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh

The focus of the opportunity is focusing on the design of IoT systems that leverage the low baseline energy consumption of LEDs to jointly deliver lighting and networked communication.

Specifically, the role will focus on the analysis of existing approaches used in smart building and smart lighting, and evaluation of the applicability of these algorithms to control the LiFi access point jointly with the lighting system. LiFi connectivity requirements will be compared to those of the illumination control and categorized for further analysis and for proposing appropriate solutions. The performances of each solution will be thoroughly analysed and subsequently validated in a live LiFi network.

Requirements include:

Educated to Masters level.
You must be internationally mobile. At the time of recruitment, researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies etc.) in the UK for more than 12 months in the past 3 years.
* You must demonstrate proficiency in both written and spoken English

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