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Position at Centre for Sustainable Heritage, UCL

From: Matija Strlic <m.strlic<-a>
Date: Sunday, November 9, 2008
Heritage scientist (Sensors and instrumentation)
The Centre for Sustainable Heritage (UCL)

The Centre for Sustainable Heritage (University College London) is
seeking to appoint a Research Assistant, qualified to Second Class
or higher Engineering, Physics or Chemistry degree. The roleholder
will work on a project developing novel methods of monitoring
heritage objects and buildings using wireless networks of
intelligent micro-sensors.

Specifically they will:

    *   Design key elements of the system and work on field
        installation and evaluation

    *   Capture sensing requirements for environmental monitoring
        from key project partners, including design, installation
        and robustness of equipment

    *   Work closely with heritage organisations to conduct field
        trials of prototype wireless sensor systems and use feedback
        from partners to improve design.

    *   Survey commercially-available micro-sensors appropriate for
        the monitoring system and perform calibration and data

    *   Work with several commercial organisations designing the
        core wireless network

    *   Assist in the design of collaborative algorithms for
        intelligent sensor-sensor communication

    *   Liaise with various stakeholders including the public,
        heritage managers and conservators.

For more information, please see:


Matija Strlic
University College London - Centre for Sustainable Heritage
The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
+44 20 7679 5994
Fax: +44 20 7916 1887
Mobile: +44 79 6492 5660
Skype: matija.strlic

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