Mechanical Engineering

PhD posts, starting September 2019

The last date to apply for postgraduate studies is Tuesday 30 April 2019.

For applications, click  here

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: “Coordination of autonomous robotic systems for inspection and maintenance tasks”

Required Qualifications: The position is for a full-time student. The successful applicant there will receive funding for the first two years under the European research project H2020/RIMA (Robotics for infrastructure inspection and maintenance) and subsequent funding will depend on the performance of the candidate and the availability of funds. The candidate must hold an undergraduate degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field and graduate studies in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field from an internationally recognized University. The candidate is expected to have excellent academic performance, as well as excellent capabilities in mathematics. Essential is the knowledge of computers and to be fluent in at least one programming language (C/C++ or/and Python or/and Fortran). Previous work experience in a robotics research lab will be considered an advantage/

Research Advisor: Savvas G. Loizou, Assistant Professor, savvas.loizou@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: Coordination of teams of autonomous robotic systems with communication constraints”

Required Qualifications: The position is for a full-time student. The successful applicant there will receive funding for the first two years under the National research project RPF/HOD-ICCCS (Hierarchical Organization and Decentralization in Information Communication and Control of Complex Dynamical Systems) and subsequent funding will depend on the performance of the candidate and the availability of funds. The candidate must hold an undergraduate degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field and graduate studies in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field from an internationally recognized University. The candidate is expected to have excellent academic performance, as well as excellent capabilities in mathematics. Essential is the knowledge of computers and to be fluent in at least one programming language (C/C++ or/and Python or/and Fortran). Previous work experience in a robotics research lab will be considered an advantage.

Research Advisor: Savvas G. Loizou, Assistant Professor, savvas.loizou@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: Processing and photophysical characterization of organic composite systems”

Description: The position is for a full-time PhD student. Successful candidates are expected to be University graduates with a relevant academic degree (i.e., in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and/or Engineering), to have a strong interest for aspects of Νanotechnology and Νanoscience,

Required Qualifications:

  • Verified high-diligence working behavior
  • Capability to adopt a careful and systematic approach, and aptitude for wet-lab environment
  • Excellent experimental skills acquired from previous laboratory activity
  • Capacity to work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Good oral and written communication skills in English

In tandem with their Cover Letter, candidates should submit an English-written, one-page research proposal, which will be relevant to the thematic of the post. Parameters that will be considered advantageous are knowledge of using software such as Origin Lab as well as and any provable background experience on spectroscopic techniques, including the practical understanding of the photoluminescence spectroscopy principles.

The successful candidate could be offered teaching assistant positions in the Department for undergraduate courses, while additional funding could be available through the current research project “LOSPHOGEN” managed by the Device Technology and Chemical Physics Laboratory.

Research Advisor: Panagiotis E.Keivanidis Assistant Professor, p.keivanidis@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: “Development of organic composite layers and electro-optical characterization of their photo-detecting devices”

Description: The position is for a full-time PhD student. Successful candidates are expected to be University graduates with a relevant academic degree (i.e., in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and/or Engineering), to have a strong interest for aspects of Νanotechnology and Νanoscience,

Required Qualifications:

  • Verified high-diligence working behavior
  • Capability to adopt a careful and systematic approach, and aptitude for wet-lab environment
  • Excellent experimental skills acquired from previous laboratory activity
  • Capacity to work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Good oral and written communication skills in English

In tandem with their Cover Letter, candidates should submit an English-written, one-page research proposal, which will be relevant to the thematic of the post. Parameters that will be considered advantageous are knowledge of using software such as Origin Lab as well as and any provable background experience on spectroscopic techniques, including the practical understanding of the photoluminescence spectroscopy principles.

The successful candidate could be offered teaching assistant positions in the Department for undergraduate courses, while additional funding could be available through the current research project “LOSPHOGEN” managed by the Device Technology and Chemical Physics Laboratory.

Research Advisor: Panagiotis E.Keivanidis Assistant Professor, p.keivanidis@cut.ac.cy

 

Information:

Department Secretary

Tel: 25002606,

Mechanical Engineering

PhD posts, starting September 2019

The last date to apply for postgraduate studies is Tuesday 30 April 2019.

For applications, click  here

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: “Coordination of autonomous robotic systems for inspection and maintenance tasks”

Required Qualifications: The position is for a full-time student. The successful applicant there will receive funding for the first two years under the European research project H2020/RIMA (Robotics for infrastructure inspection and maintenance) and subsequent funding will depend on the performance of the candidate and the availability of funds. The candidate must hold an undergraduate degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field and graduate studies in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field from an internationally recognized University. The candidate is expected to have excellent academic performance, as well as excellent capabilities in mathematics. Essential is the knowledge of computers and to be fluent in at least one programming language (C/C++ or/and Python or/and Fortran). Previous work experience in a robotics research lab will be considered an advantage/

Research Advisor: Savvas G. Loizou, Assistant Professor, savvas.loizou@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: Coordination of teams of autonomous robotic systems with communication constraints”

Required Qualifications: The position is for a full-time student. The successful applicant there will receive funding for the first two years under the National research project RPF/HOD-ICCCS (Hierarchical Organization and Decentralization in Information Communication and Control of Complex Dynamical Systems) and subsequent funding will depend on the performance of the candidate and the availability of funds. The candidate must hold an undergraduate degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field and graduate studies in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or related field from an internationally recognized University. The candidate is expected to have excellent academic performance, as well as excellent capabilities in mathematics. Essential is the knowledge of computers and to be fluent in at least one programming language (C/C++ or/and Python or/and Fortran). Previous work experience in a robotics research lab will be considered an advantage.

Research Advisor: Savvas G. Loizou, Assistant Professor, savvas.loizou@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: Processing and photophysical characterization of organic composite systems”

Description: The position is for a full-time PhD student. Successful candidates are expected to be University graduates with a relevant academic degree (i.e., in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and/or Engineering), to have a strong interest for aspects of Νanotechnology and Νanoscience,

Required Qualifications:

  • Verified high-diligence working behavior
  • Capability to adopt a careful and systematic approach, and aptitude for wet-lab environment
  • Excellent experimental skills acquired from previous laboratory activity
  • Capacity to work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Good oral and written communication skills in English

In tandem with their Cover Letter, candidates should submit an English-written, one-page research proposal, which will be relevant to the thematic of the post. Parameters that will be considered advantageous are knowledge of using software such as Origin Lab as well as and any provable background experience on spectroscopic techniques, including the practical understanding of the photoluminescence spectroscopy principles.

The successful candidate could be offered teaching assistant positions in the Department for undergraduate courses, while additional funding could be available through the current research project “LOSPHOGEN” managed by the Device Technology and Chemical Physics Laboratory.

Research Advisor: Panagiotis E.Keivanidis Assistant Professor, p.keivanidis@cut.ac.cy

 

  • One (1) post on the topic: “Development of organic composite layers and electro-optical characterization of their photo-detecting devices”

Description: The position is for a full-time PhD student. Successful candidates are expected to be University graduates with a relevant academic degree (i.e., in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and/or Engineering), to have a strong interest for aspects of Νanotechnology and Νanoscience,

Required Qualifications:

  • Verified high-diligence working behavior
  • Capability to adopt a careful and systematic approach, and aptitude for wet-lab environment
  • Excellent experimental skills acquired from previous laboratory activity
  • Capacity to work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Good oral and written communication skills in English

In tandem with their Cover Letter, candidates should submit an English-written, one-page research proposal, which will be relevant to the thematic of the post. Parameters that will be considered advantageous are knowledge of using software such as Origin Lab as well as and any provable background experience on spectroscopic techniques, including the practical understanding of the photoluminescence spectroscopy principles.

The successful candidate could be offered teaching assistant positions in the Department for undergraduate courses, while additional funding could be available through the current research project “LOSPHOGEN” managed by the Device Technology and Chemical Physics Laboratory.

Research Advisor: Panagiotis E.Keivanidis Assistant Professor, p.keivanidis@cut.ac.cy

 

Information:

Department Secretary

Tel: 25002606,