UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE’S RESEARCH COLLABORATION PLATFORM IN SINGAPORE
The Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore (CARES) is the University of Cambridge’s first overseas research centre. Cambridge CARES is based in Singapore and brings together researchers from around the world to work on new scientific advances and technologies that will benefit Singapore and the international community.
The Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology (C4T) is the first interdisciplinary research group administered by CARES.
The Centre for Lifelong Learning and Individualised Cognition explores cognitive flexibility across the lifespan by developing innovative research in the science of learning and translating it to educational and real-life applications.
The J-Park Simulator (JPS) brings together for the first time cross-domain modelling and data storage with an ontology-based expert system to produce a next-generation tool for the design, analysis and operation optimisation of eco-industrial parks.
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We are seeking one full-time Research Associate for a two-year term (with potential opportunities for reappointment). The candidate will support research activities focusing on cognitive flexibility and learning, and training-related brain changes among adults and adolescents.
The successful candidate will work on the theoretical and mathematical foundations as well as the wider, ongoing development of our knowledge-graph and autonomous agents. The candidate should have experience with one or more CFD based dispersion modelling software, as well as the ability or willingness to learn a general-purpose programming language.