Research Fellow / Engineer (Process Systems Control / Automation) – Project (WWC1)
Department: Chemical Engineering and Food Technology
Contract type: Contract
- Participate in and / or manage the research project with Principal Investigator (PI), Co-PI and the research team members to ensure all project deliverables are met.
- Develop and implement algorithmic solutions, very possibly enhanced by machine learning technologies. These algorithms need to be deployed onto a pre-determined supervisory control and data acquisition system to improve final control of a pharmaceutical-manufacturing process. Activities will likely include but are not limited to:
- Understanding / operating / supporting troubleshooting activities of the SCADA (DCS system)
- Performing literature survey (algorithms) and process understanding
- Coding, de-bugging and deployment of code onto hardware platform
- Performing troubleshooting / continuous improvement / Validation & Verification activities that lead to improvements in final control of the process under study
- Reporting / documentation / communication activities
- Leading contribution to risk assessments, and ensure compliance with Work, Safety and Health Regulations.
- Coordinate procurement and liaison with vendors/suppliers.
- Work independently, as well as within a team, to ensure proper operation of equipment.
- Have good competence in the areas of applied computational methods, mathematics and/or statistical/machine learning.
- Have a degree in Engineering, particularly in but not limited to control engineering, chemical engineering (process systems engineering), automation engineering and computer engineering. Relevant postgraduate qualification (Masters or PhD degree) will be advantageous.
- Have a good level of practical experience delivering business outcomes in controls, data analytics etc, with application potential towards industrial-scale setups, preferably involving process systems and batch systems.
- Experience in delivery of technology projects involving both software and hardware as well as the validation & verification of the entire solution is desired.
Applications close: 31 Dec 2021 Singapore Standard Time
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- QualificationBachelor's Degree