The candidate will be working on projects related to vessel electrification and underwater robot.
1. Implement state-of-the-art techniques and tools such as data-driven modelling, AI, deep learning, machine learning etc, to solve challenging problems.
2. Perform dynamic modelling of physical systems, control design and the coupling of numerical and physical systems applied to electric vessels, underwater Robotics and/or other systems operating in the ocean environment.
3. Develop hardware and software control architectures, sensing systems to support R&D in the areas of offshore hydrodynamics and fluid-structure interactions. This includes developing, testing, troubleshooting software and verification procedures.
4. Develop engineering requirements, specification and validation criteria for high-quality research using combinations of physical experiments, sensing, numerical simulations as well as data analytics to develop integrated physical-numerical modelling, simulations and applications.
5. Survey literature and implement state-of-the-art techniques and tools (such as AI, deep learning, machine learning, etc) to solve challenging problems.
6. Collaborate with industry partners, affiliated research institutes and other relevant stakeholders to contribute to grant proposals for research funding consistent with the strategic goals of TCOMS.
7. Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Qualification & Field of Study:
The candidate should have a background in engineering / computing or related fields.
· Good interpersonal and communications skills.
· Ability to adapt and work effectively as members of a team.
· Resourceful and self-driven with a high degree of professional integrity.