IMaR currently have an opening for a motivated and creative Automation Research Engineer to work within a team of mechanical and electronic engineers in the development of a prototype laboratory testing automation solution for a major client in the food sector.
The successful candidate will have experience in mechatronic / automation technologies including industrial robot integration, industrial interfacing / communications systems, control panel design, HMI, safety, quality management systems and a reasonable understanding of statistics, data analytics and computer vision.
IMaR currently have an opening for a highly motivated Mechatronics / Mechanical Engineering Research Assistant to work within a team of mechanical, automation and electronic engineers in the development of a prototype laboratory testing automation solution for a major client in the food sector.
Applicants are required to have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Electronic, Mechatronic or Control Engineering or Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering degree with 1 – 2 years experience (after completion of his/her bachelors degree), either in an industrial or research setting.
IMaR centre manager Dr. John Barry will be speaking at this exciting event which aims to explore and demystify today’s and tomorrow’s AgriTech research and look at why the future of global AgriTech resides in industry.
The webinar which is being organised by it@cork will give a snapshot of the different AgriTech research organisations and projects currently under way and explore how your tech business can build links to research. We will also look at why technology and agriculture need to be intertwined to ensure the long term sustainable future of global agriculture.
The event which is funded by Cork County Council, supported by AgriTech Ireland, will be officially opened by Cllr. Gillian Coughlan, Mayor of the County of Cork and chaired by Edmond Harty former CEO of Dairymaster
IMaR, based in Munster Technological University Kerry, is a nationwide resource for companies seeking to develop new products, processes or services. Supported by Enterprise Ireland, IMaR asissts in the delivery of state of the art digital solutions across all sectors of enterprise in Ireland.