We want YOU at Chalmers
November 19, 2021
A new forward looking hydrogen sensor project is opening up where we are looking for a post-doc with interest in expanding our H2 platform. One way to widen the sensors application areas is to work with AI as a tool. This project will be executed mainly at Chalmers University within the groups of Professor Paul Erhart, Professor Giovanni Volpe (GU) and Insplorion’s co-founder Professor Christoph Langhammer. We at Insplorion will be the industrial partner ensuring a clear guiding towards industrial needs and developing the sensor prototype device.
In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, large investments in hydrogen technology are a key factor and robust and fast hydrogen safety sensors are a key technology, since hydrogen-air mixtures are flammable. The goal of this project is to radically improve the performance of plasmonic hydrogen sensors in demanding environments using artificial intelligence.
The project is a collaboration between Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborgs Universitet and Insplorion AB, where the university partners are responsible for the development of multiplex sensor chips, lens-less readout and an AI-driven software for sensor signal processing. Insplorion AB is responsible for their integration into a functional sensor prototype with AI-based sensor signal processing and performance that meets the requirements of the most important actors in the hydrogen energy sector.
The project is funded by Vinnova, read about it here: https://www.vinnova.se/en/p/haidrogen-safety-sensors/
Sound good? Continue and apply here: https://www.chalmers.se/en/about-chalmers/Working-at-Chalmers/Vacancies/Pages/default.aspx?rmpage=job&rmjob=9961&rmlang=UK
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