Research Positions

Specialist in Dynamics and Control

Commensurate upon experience

The Aeronautics, Dynamics and Control Laboratory (ADCL) at UC Irvine is currently accepting applications for a part-time specialist position. The research will focus on geometric nonlinear controllability. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in mathematical control theory, optimal control and differential geometry. A doctorate in mathematics, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering or a related field is required. Experience with one or more of the above topics is required.

Project Scientist in Dynamics and Control

Commensurate with experience

The Aeronautics, Dynamics and Control Laboratory (ADCL) at the University of California, Irvine currently is accepting applications for a part-time Project Scientist position. The research will focus on geometric nonlinear controllability. We are seeking an individual with a strong background and experience in one or more of these areas: mathematical control theory, optimal control and differential geometry. A Ph.D. in mathematics, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering or a related field is required.

Specialist – Femtosecond Holography Research

The Lasers, Flames and Aerosols Group (LFA) associated with Professor Derek Dunn-Rankin at the University of California, Irvine, is seeking a half-time Research Specialist for femtosecond holography experiments, theory and modeling. The successful candidate will work with colleagues at local instrumentation companies and at UCI to study the fundamentals and applications of holography using femtosecond laser sources.

Research Specialist – Electric Field Combustion Modeling Research

commensurate with experience

The Lasers, Flames and Aerosols Group (LFA) associated with Professor Derek Dunn-Rankin at UC Irvine is seeking a research specialist for advanced modeling of electric field effects on laminar diffusion flames. The successful candidate will work with colleagues at National Laboratories and at UCI to simulate experiments of hydrocarbon flames under the influence of electric fields.

Specific responsibilities will include:

Research Specialist- MEMS Research & Development

TBD

The MicroSystems Lab (Shkel group) at UC Irvine is seeking a research specialist for advanced resonant and inertial MEMS. The successful candidate will contribute to high profile federal government research programs developing revolutionary micro-sensors and systems based on innovative device architectures, materials, fabrication and controls using state-of-the-art facilities in an intellectually ambitious and stimulating entrepreneurial environment with ability to publish work.

Specific responsibilities will include

Part-Time Associate Project Scientist

$85,400, @ 50 percent
Will remain open until filled

Dean Gregory Washington seeks a part-time Associate Project Scientist for an experimental research program developing funded research initiatives and setting up laboratory experiments related to smart systems, wearable technologies and internet of things technologies.

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