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Two new vacancies at the University of Granada for the control Systems Laboratory for IFMIF-DONES

The University of Granada has launched two research contracts to join the ‘Control system for IFMIF-DONES’ project

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Research contract for control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree or Full undergraduate Degree in Computer Science, in Telecommunications Engineering or Double Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics and Master’s Degree. Professional experience in programming embedded systems and/or FPGA or instrumentation for particle accelerators. Knowledge of OS and Linux drivers for embedded systems. Experience in FPGA programming for communication systems. Fluent in English.

 

  • Research contract for Control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree or Full undergraduate Degree in Computer Science and Master’s Degree.  At least 3 years of professional experience. Experience in control environments of particle accelerators and EPICS/TANGO frameworks. Knowledge of data analysis and AI tools. Experience in real-time embedded systems programming, Linux systems and FPGA programming. English is required.

 

More information about the call, role, and deadline here(pages 6 and 93).

Research, Training and Mobility Programme – IFMIF-DONES

Resolution of  20th MAY of 2021 of the University of Granada, approving the regulatory bases and call for 13 positions for candidates with university degrees and doctorates or equivalent experience, financed by the IFMIF-DONES project.

The period for the submission of applications will begin 27 May and will end on 30 June 2021 at 23:59 GMT+2.

More information here.

New vacancy at the University of Granada for the Control Systems Laboratory for IFMIF-DONES

The University of Granada has launched a research contract for the IFMIF-DONES Control Systems Laboratory

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Research contract for control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree or Full undergraduate Degree in Computer Science, in Industrial Electronic Engineering, in Telecommunications Engineering or Double Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics and Master’s Degree. Professional experience in programming embedded systems and/or FPGA or instrumentation for particle accelerators. Knowledge of OS and Linux drivers for embedded systems. Experience in FPGA programming for communication systems. Fluent in English. 

More information about the call, role, and deadline here (page 28).

Three vacancies at the University of Granada for the Technical Office and the Control Systems Laboratory for IFMIF-DONES

The University of Granada announces three new research contracts for the Technical Office and the Control Systems Laboratory for IFMIF-DONES.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Research contract for control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree or Full undergraduate Degree in Computer Science or in Telecommunications Engineering. Professional experience in programming embedded systems and/or FPGA or instrumentation for particle accelerators. Knowledge of OS and Linux drivers for embedded systems. Experience in FPGA programming for communication systems. Fluent in English. 
  • Contract for the research Project on ERDF nominative transfer for the implementation of IFMIF-DONES: Full-undergraduate degree holder. Knowledge on particle accelerators, and calculations, design, and installation of complex high-precision devices in high-vacuum and ultra-high vacuum conditions. Preparation of technical specifications for prototypes and component design. Experience in Matlab, Simulink or similar. At least 3 years of professional experience in defining and designing engineering systems and integrated items in complex technological projects. Fluency in English and Spanish. Additional languages will be an asset. Availability to travel nationally and internationally. 
  • Contract for the research Project on ERDF nominative transfer for the implementation of IFMIF-DONES: Full-undergraduate degree holder. Knowledge on particle accelerators. VHDL programming for FPGA. Development of real-time data collection systems for large scientific infrastructures. Control systems for scientific experiments. Development of control hardware and firmware. Knowledge in project management. At least 3 years of professional experience in defining and designing engineering systems and integrated items in complex technological projects. Fluency in English and Spanish. Additional languages will be an asset. Availability to travel nationally and internationally. 

More information about the call, role, and deadlines here (pages 17, 21, and 23).

Three vacancies at the University of Granada related to the IFMIF-DONES project

The University of Granada publishes three new research contracts related to the IFMIF-DONES project

 

REQUIREMENTS AND ROLE:

  • Contract to join the research project on virtual reality TAN19_UGR_IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree in Video Game Design and Development, Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Full Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science. Training in development of virtual environments or games with Unity3D. Fluent in English. Professional experience in development of virtual environments with Unity3D. Professional experience in app development for virtual reality devices (virtual reality headset).

 

  • Contract for the DONES-PreP research project: Bachelor’s Degree, Full Undergraduate Degree. Training in development of virtual environments with Unity3D. Fluent in English. Master or Postgraduate degree. Experience in development of virtual environments with Unity3D. Experience in creating human-machine interaction devices. Experience in simulation and control of robotic systems.

 

  • Contract to join the research project on virtual reality TAN19_UGR_IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering. Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Electronic Engineering. Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science. Full Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science. Bachelor’s Degree in Video Game Development. Training in development of virtual environments or games with Unity3D. Training in control of robotic systems. Fluent in English. At least 2 years of professional experience in development of virtual environments with Unity3D. Minimum experience of 2 years in implementing augmented or mixed reality environments. Experience in simulation and control of robotic systems with Robotics Operating System – ROS-).

 

More information about the call, role and deadline here (pages 16, 20 and 39).

Three new vacancies at the University of Granada to join the research project on control systems for IFMIF-DONES

The University of Granada is looking for 3 researchers to join the ‘Control systems for IFMIF DONES’ project.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Research contract for Control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s or Full undergraduate degree holder in Telecommunications Engineering and Master’s Degree. At least 5 years of proven professional experience or Doctor degree holder in the field. Knowledge of FPGA programming for Ethernet communication systems. Experience in driver programming and Linux systems. Knowledge on particle accelerator control systems. Fluent in English.

 

  • Research contract for Control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s or Full undergraduate degree holder in Telecommunications Engineering and Master’s Degree. Official academic transcript of Bachelor or Full undergraduate degree. Three years of professional or research experience in the tasks to conduct. Experience in control environments of particle accelerators and EPICS/TANGO frameworks. Knowledge of data analysis and AI tools. Experience in real-time embedded systems programming, Linux systems and FPGA programming. English is required.

 

  • Research contract for Control systems for IFMIF-DONES: Bachelor’s or Full undergraduate degree holder in Telecommunications Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics and Master’s Degree. Official academic transcript of Bachelor or Full undergraduate degree. Experience in control environments of particle accelerators and frameworks such as EPICS/TANGO. Knowledge of data analysis and AI tools. Experience in real-time embedded systems programming, Linux systems and FPGA programming. English is required.

 

More information about the call, roles, and deadline here (pages 3, 4 and 5).