[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ENGINEER (SENSORS & DATA PROCESSING) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Parinda Bhathiya Bandara Tammita Kumarasiri parinda at ntu.edu.sg
Mon Dec 21 18:58:13 PST 2015

We are looking for an ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ENGINEER for the development of sensor systems and data processing software for automation systems.

Detailed responsibilities include:
*         Sensor system selection and configuration design
*         Sensor data processing and filtering
*         Cabling and wiring interface design
*         Installation, test and calibrate sensors
*         Develop source code for data acquisition and sensor fusion

Key Skills & Experience Required
*         Experience in selecting sensors for proximity sensing, imaging, scanning based on environmental and performance requirements.
*         Knowledge of data and communications interface
*         Knowledge of sensor filtering techniques for image blur, noise
*         Experience in design power supply, power conversion and distribution systems
*         Experience in designing for EMC
*         Experience in design using micro-processor, micro-controller, and PLC systems
*         Experience in using circuit simulation tools
*         Experience in RF and wireless communications system design
*         4+ years of industry experience
*         Bachelor's degree or higher in Electrical & Electronics Engineering or similar discipline

You can send in your CV and a cover letter including a description of past experiences to Asst Prof Justin Dauwels at JDAUWELS at NTU.EDU.SG<mailto:JDAUWELS at NTU.EDU.SG>. An attractive remuneration based on the experiences and qualifications and a standard benefit package competitive with the industry will be provided for the successful applicant.


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