We are looking for a telecommunications researcher, you'll develop knowledge and new technologies across the telecommunications sector. This covers a range of areas including satellite technology, broadband, smart phones and the peripherals relevant to these products. Your role is about expanding the capabilities of existing and new telecommunications products in what is a fast-growing and advancing industry.
Telecommunications researcher you will need to:
• analyse a problem as part of academic research or as part of solution designing for a company's portfolio of services
• identify solutions and interpret results by applying established research methods, by learning and adapting new methods, and by using analytical tools and mathematical and statistical models
• conduct field work, interviews, laboratory experimentation, critical evaluation and interpretation
• carry out computer-based data analysis and evaluation using software such as MATLAB or OPNET
• conduct numerical simulations or library research
• work collaboratively with company/university colleagues, across teams and with partners worldwide and across industry
• analyse results and data and draw conclusions from them
• write up original research for publication or for presentation at conferences
• present findings at group and departmental meetings, to design and development teams, collaborative partners, or senior management
• draw up research proposals and funding applications
• read articles and papers about specific areas of interest to keep up to date with technical, scientific and theoretical advancements in your field
• attend conferences, training seminars and specialised courses
• in academic posts, lecturing and supervising student projects.
The successful telecommunications researcher will carry out research in many areas, including the use of wireless technologies, computer chips, semiconductors, satellite equipment, fibre optics and radio frequencies.
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