Research Programmer (EmNets), Dept. of Computer Science
Research Programmer (EmNets), Department of Computer Science
The Mobile & Internet Systems Laboratory (MISL) conducts basic and applied research in computer networking for mobile/wireless and multimedia systems. Led by Prof. Sreenan, the laboratory is supported externally by several Irish and international companies, Enterprise Ireland, the EU and Science Foundation Ireland.
MISL has an established international reputation for its research on wireless sensor networks and was recently awarded a research grant for the project “Embedded Wireless Sensor Networks – EmNets”. This is funded by Enterprise Ireland under the auspices of the WISEN Industry-Led Research Programme, and will be undertaken in collaboration with the Adaptive Wireless Systems group at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT).
Further details: http://www.cs.ucc.ie/misl and http://www.cs.ucc.ie/~cjs
Applications are now invited for the above post of Research Programmer (EmNets)
The appointee will work within the EmNets project to write software for wireless sensor nodes, thus supporting the research staff and students in meeting their research goals. A major aspect of the work will be in implementing a demonstrator system for the project, working in collaboration with the researchers at UCC and CIT.
Applicants should, as a minimum, have a good honours degree in computer science/engineering, and a strong interest and/or relevant experience in programming embedded networked systems. The successful applicant will receive gross salary of approximately Euro33K per annum for two years. This position is available from September/October 2006 and is open to applicants of any nationality.
Enquires and applications by email to Prof. Sreenan firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must include, in PDF format only:
- full CV;
- statement explaining your interest in the position, and describing relevant educational achievements and/or work experience.
Closing Date:17 July 2006