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28 June 2017

Applications are invited for a Research Support Officer to work on SmartCopter, a research project financed by the Fusion R&I 2016 Programme. The project focuses on developing a multi-purpose prototype gyrocopter – a hybrid rotoray wing that can perform the same complex missions at a fraction of the price of current helicopters on the market, as well as reduced operational costs. The Research Support Officer may also be required to work on other projects undertaken by the Institute of Aerospace Technologies.

More details can be accessed from here

Candidates should submit their letter of application, a copy of their curriculum vitae and copies of their certificates. Applications must be sent by e-mail to projects.hrmd@um.edu.mt. Applications should be received by not later than Sunday, 16th July 2017.

Late applications will not be considered.

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