Bristol Research & Innovation Laboratory (BRIL) of Toshiba Europe Limited is inviting applications to apply for a signal processing research role focusing on applying digital technologies to enhance analogue systems, particularly, but not exclusively in the areas of power electronics, communications, radar, power amplifier, energy management, electric aircraft and localization. This can be achieved through several approaches including theoretical analysis, numerical simulation, optimisation or machine learning. Through BRIL's various collaborative projects you will have the chance to apply your proposed technologies in research prototypes and real-world systems.
Generating IP and research publications at high quality journals and top conferences would be highly encouraged. Successful candidate will also have the opportunity to collaborate with world leading researchers both through academic and industrial partnerships as well as with researchers at Toshiba R&D centre in Japan.
- Generation of intellectual property
- Research and development of signal processing algorithms
- Development of prototypes and proof of concept
- Dissemination of work through publication
Proposing future signal processing related research topics
- PhD in Electrical Engineering (or nearing completion)
- Strong mathematical optimisation background and has knowledge of signal processing algorithms and techniques
- Experience in the design, evaluation and simulation of algorithms
- Strong experience with MATLAB or similar software
- Experience with machine learning aspects such as deep neural networks, supervised learning and reinforcement learning
- Knowledge of modern communication and broadcast standards
- Knowledge of radar systems and techniques
- Good communications skills
- An ability to develop novel solutions to complex problems
- Experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS) or similar cloud computing platforms
Salary £45k to £50k, depending on experience plus a generous benefit package will be offered.The Company is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and will ensure that individuals are selected on the basis of their aptitudes, skills and abilities.