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SINTEF Digital supplies research-based expertise and technology for the development of systems, products and services in the fields of micro and sensor systems, monitoring and communication systems and information systems and numerical modelling software. We operate a modern micro-/nanolaboratory (MiNaLab) that is among the world’s leading laboratories in the development and small-scale production of radiation sensors.
SINTEF Digital leverer forskningsbasert kompetanse og teknologi for utvikling av systemer, produkter og tjenester innenfor feltene «mikro og sensorsystemer», «overvåkings- og kommunikasjonssystemer» og «informasjonssystemer og beregningsorientert programvare». SINTEF Digital har et moderne mikro-/nanolaboratorium (MiNaLab) som er et av verdens ledende laboratorier innen utvikling og småskalaproduksjon av strålingssensorer.
SINTEF Digital is searching for
Senior Researcher in automation and real-time systems

SINTEF Digital Department of Mathematics and Cybernetics is a leading research environment using mathematics and numerical methods for modelling, simulation, optimisation and real-time control of dynamical systems. 
 
The research group for automation and real-time systems works within industrial digitalization and applied research in distributed real-time monitoring and control systems. We have a substantial portfolio of national and international research and innovation projects within domains such as smart grid, maritime applications, industrial automation, robotic platforms and space applications. We are looking for dedicated researcher who combines research expertise within real-time systems with the interest for developing new projects with our customers. 
 
Responsibilities 
Our project portfolio is primarily towards industrial applications, and our researchers initiate and carry out projects in close cooperation with our customers and partners, including publishing both scientifically and in other channels. In cooperation with partners in Norway and abroad, you will contribute to the development and use of cybernetical methods and real-time systems for industrial applications within the digitalization of the electric grid, infrastructure and industrial automation. 
 
Your tasks within projects will include system architecture and analysis of real-time requirement, specification and adaption of digital platforms and communication technologies, system integration, and verification and validation of system solutions. It is important that you have the ability and interest to work with customers, business development, project applications and project management. 
 
Qualifications 
A PhD degree within engineering cybernetics or similar is preferred, but candidates with other relevant education and comparable expertise from experience within industrial automation are also encouraged to apply. 
 
Experience within smart grid and one or more of the domains of the research group is a plus. 
 
We are offering  
  • Exciting and challenging work making an impact on society and industry
  • The opportunity for academic in-depth understanding and development
  • Being part of a creative working environment
  • Company pension- and insurance
  • Flexible working hours, benefits and competitive salary 

Apply for position

Application due:
12.01.2018

Work place:
Trondheim

Questions regarding the position

Kristoffer Nyborg Gregertsen 
Forskningsleder/Research Manager
+47 481 53 380
 
 
 


SINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. We create value through knowledge generation, research and innovation, and develop technological solutions that are brought into practical use.

We are a broadly based, multidisciplinary research concern that possesses international top-level expertise in technology, medicine and the social sciences, and our aim is to become the most renowned contract research institution in Europe.

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