UTRCI Research Scientist -- Formal Reasoning -- Cyber-Physical Systems Analysis
United Technologies Corporation (UTC; NYSC: UTX) is headquartered in Farmington, CT, just outside of Hartford, CT. We employ over 204,000 talented individuals globally, achieve net sales in excess of $60 billion, and invest $4B each year back into research & development activities. Our aerospace businesses include Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines and UTC Aerospace Systems -- the combination of which make us the largest aerospace company in the world. Our commercial businesses include Otis elevators and escalators and UTC Climate, Controls & Security -- a leading provider of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire and security systems and building automation controls.
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nited Technologies Research Centre Ireland, Ltd. (UTRCI) is UTRC's European research hub, created to fully leverage a global network of innovation. UTRCI works with universities, research institutions, and industry throughout Europe to further its research and development mission in aerospace and building systems.
United Technologies Research Centre Ireland, Ltd. (UTRCI), established in 2009, conducts research into the next generation of energy and security systems for high-performance buildings, generating world-class technologies for UTC's commercial businesses worldwide. Recently, UTRC Ireland added aerospace systems research to its portfolio to support UTC's large industrial presence in Europe. UTRCI invites qualified individuals to apply for the following Fixed Term Contract position in its Cork office. A competitive compensation and benefits package will be provided to the successful candidates.
The United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) is the corporate research center of UTC, operating at the leading edge of commercial and military aviation, aerospace systems, climate control, elevator design, and security and fire protection. At UTRC, we create new ideas and opportunities by collaborating across time zones, geographies and cultures. We are a community of high performing inventors, innovators, thinkers, manufacturers, motivators, leaders, problem solvers, dreamers and achievers.
We work with universities, external research organizations, and global business units to identify, develop and demonstrate innovative technology solutions, products, services and intelligent systems. We are looking for scientists and engineers who have a passion for innovation and a high tolerance for ambiguity. You must be an independent thinker and self-starter with a demonstrated ability to produce high-quality technical content by collaborating with fellow researchers and product specialists. You will have the opportunity to continuously develop and invent new technologies, products and processes. At UTRC, you'll be part of an evolving, globally diverse company that's moving fast to shape the future of technology - one full of career opportunities and the chance to contribute and grow in a variety of ways. We are committed to recruiting and retaining the best and brightest people from the broadest and most diverse talent pool possible, so that we can serve our customers globally. If you have ideas, inspiration and expertise to continue developing products and systems that make the world a better place to live, then we have a great opportunity for you to contribute to our continued legacy of innovation.
UTRCI seeks candidates with expertise in formal reasoning and cyber-physical systems (CPS) analysis to join their Systems Analysis & Assurance group in Cork, Ireland. Key challenges will be to develop and deliver creative, integrated and scalable solutions toward system validation and verification through formal reasoning and analysis techniques, model-based system engineering and/or cyber physical systems analysis, working as part of a multidisciplinary team in developing new technologies that will provide a competitive advantage for UTC's business units by:
Developing model-based design and software-based tool solutions to support formal verification, analysis and testing of cyber-physical systems
Implementing industry best practices and addressing gaps in state of the art in formal reasoning and CPS analysis techniques
The successful candidate will:
Contribute to an established research agenda related to UTC's aerospace and building & industrial systems technologies.
Coordinate and execute R&D activities within international cyber-physical analysis and formal methods research projects.
Provide competitive advantage for UTC business units as part of a multidisciplinary and international team of experts.
Contribute towards technical strategy and business development.
A PhD in Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering, with a few years of industrial or postdoctoral academic experience, or a master's degree with a vast experience of industry or academia.
The ideal candidate will have excellent experience in several of the following areas:
Research and development activities in the area of formal reasoning and CPS analysis domain including background in Formal Methods, Co-simulation and/or Cyber-physical systems Analysis
Expert in modeling, simulation and verification of discrete and/or continuous models in formal methods and model based design tools
Verification, validation and testing of system functional safety and/or security requirements within the context of aerospace domain
Experience in applying formal reasoning and analysis techniques over software or hardware components and/or at system level architecture
Technical contributions, including publications in refereed technical journals and major conferences, and successful proposals for external funding/contracts/grants.
Innovative strategic and technical thinking applied to real-world problems.
The ideal candidate is:
A self-starter with an entrepreneurial attitude towards innovation.
Able to partner with universities, government agencies, national labs, and professional organizations to meet organizational objectives within time and budget constraints.
Well-organized and has excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills to work in international teams.
Able to adapt to new challenges and go beyond the original field of expertise.
Willing to champion and challenge new technical ideas.
What we offer
Employees at UTRC-I enjoy a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team-based working environment. At UTRC you will be able to actively collaborate with national and international universities, work with research teams from other UTRC research centers around the globe, bring your ideas to life through our innovation pipeline process and work in many diverse technical domains ranging from building automation to aerospace.
UTRCI will provide a competitive compensation and benefits package to the successful candidate.
This position is based at UTRC's European hub in Cork, Ireland. To be eligible to apply, candidates must be legally entitled to work and reside in Ireland.
Candidates can apply online at: https://jobs.utrc.utc.com/search-jobs/Cork.
Please Note that this position is only for a Fixed Term Contract ( these can either be for 12 months or 24 months depending on departmental/project needs)
Please note your application form may be reviewed by staff members within the United Technologies Corporation Group at their business locations in America, China and Europe. If you do not consent to this please notify us at the application stage or if during the interview process you change your mind, please notify us and we will obtain the information which has been shared with our global offices.