Western Sydney University is a modern, forward-thinking, research-led university, located at the heart of Australia’s fastest-growing and economically significant region, Western Sydney. Boasting 11 campuses – many in Western Sydney CBD locations – and more than 200,000 alumni, 49,500 students and 3,500 staff, the University has 14 Schools with an array of well-designed programs and degrees carefully structured to meet the demands of future industry.
The University is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide, and as a research leader, over 85 per cent of the University’s assessed research is rated at ‘World Standard’ or above.
The International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems (ICNS) is a centre within the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development. The Centre is explicitly interdisciplinary, by combining electrical engineering, computer science, signal processing, and neuroscience. ICNS’s focus is on developing Neuromorphic Engineering solutions to existing problems. The Centre has strong international partnerships within the Neuromorphic engineering community. Further information is available from our website – http://westernsydney.edu.au/icns
The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development is an interdisciplinary research institute of Western Sydney. The vision for the Institute is to optimise human interaction and wellbeing across the lifespan. To strive to solve the problems that matter most through the themes: sensing and perceiving, interacting with each other, and technologies for humans. Researchers in MARCS come from many disciplines including cognitive science, developmental psychology, language science, music science, cognitive neuroscience, and biomedical, electrical, electronic and software engineering. Further information is available from our website - http://www.westernsydney.edu.au/marcs
We are looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Neuromorphic Space Imaging to be part of the world leading International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems. The Fellow will perform research to better understand the potential of event-based cameras for space imaging and space situational awareness tasks.
Building on the existing space imaging results obtained with these sensors, the research will serve to characterise these sensors and processing algorithms analytically, theoretically and empirically - with the goal of producing a comprehensive set of specifications and characterisations tailored to end-users in the field of space situational awareness and space vehicles. The research will include software simulation and empirical testing both in the laboratory and on optical telescopes.
For further information please refer to the attached Position Description.
This is a full-time, fixed-term appointment for 2 years based at the Werrington South Campus.
Remuneration Package: Academic Level A $98,712 to $119,260 p.a., (comprising Salary of $83,413 to $100,776 p.a., plus 17% Superannuation and Leave Loading).
Position Enquiries: Please contact Associate Professor Greg Cohen via email@example.com
Closing Date: 8:30pm, Sunday 12 December 2021.
Please note, if successful in obtaining this position, you will be required to provide proof that you are double vaccinated against Coronavirus (COVID-19) in accordance with the University’s requirements to attend campus.