Company/Institution: United Technologies Research Center (UTRC)
Location: East Hartford, CT
The candidate is expected to interact
with United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) Program Offices and United
Technologies Corporation (UTC) business units to enhance existing programs
and provide technical expertise for data mining, diagnostics and analytics
implemented in distributed architectures.
The candidate must be able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary,
multinational team environment focused on innovation and be able to partner
with leading, worldwide institutions (university, government agencies,
national labs, and professional organizations) to meet organizational
objectives. The candidate will have exceptional communication skills and must
be able to provide timely, accurate and detailed reports, presentations and
technical papers for archival journals.
Required: Ph.D. in Computer Science,
Electrical or Computer Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, or a related
field and a minimum of 7 years of industrial experience (post M.S. degree).
- Expert knowledge in at least one of the
following: (1) machine learning algorithms and implementation in a
distributed architecture (cluster, cloud), (2) data mining, pattern
recognition, machine learning and robust hypothesis testing for stationary
and non-stationary processes in discrete or continuous variables, or (3)
experience in model-based diagnostics, prognostics, and health monitoring.
- Record of technical contributions, including patents and/or publications in
refereed technical journals.
- Excellent communication and leadership skills; innovative strategic and
technical thinker; high energy; team player.
- Demonstrated team leadership in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural
industrial applications is a plus.
- A record of successful proposal writing and interaction with funding
agencies is a plus.
Application Instructions: To apply online, please go to Link, and search the Requisition No: 112477.
For inquiries, please send email to the hiring manager: Dr. Giering Michael, email: Gierinmj AT utrc.utc.com