Data Scientist - KTP Associate

£32,000 - £32,000

Birmingham, West Midlands - Fixed Term (24 months)

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Job description

This role is an exciting opportunity for a PhD qualified graduate to take on a strategic project with the support of mentors from Evolyst Ltd, Aston University and Innovate UK. The project will apply sophisticated machine learning capability into Evolyst’s software platform ‘Lumien’ to deliver predictive data analysis of workplace mental health.

Project description

This project is a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) funded by Evolyst and Innovate UK. As a KTP Associate you will have a dedicated £4,000 budget to access extensive Personal Development opportunities to support the project and your future career. To learn more go to www.aston.ac.uk/ktp.

You will work in a project team with Dr Chris Buckingham, Dr Felipe Campelo and Dr Luis Manso at Aston University, and software developers and senior management at Evolyst Ltd. Evolyst Ltd. are leaders in delivering data led products that make a real positive difference to the wellbeing of people around the world. To find out more please visit: https://www.evolyst.com/.

Aston University’s academic support team is part of Aston’s College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS), a leading centre for research into applied computational intelligence and machine learning techniques for automated decision making and optimisation.

About the business

Evolyst Ltd. are leaders in delivering data led products that make a real positive difference to the wellbeing of people around the world. To find out more please visit: https://www.evolyst.com/.

Informatics & Digital Engineering

Informatics & Digital Engineering

You will have a PhD in computer science or a maths-based subject with a substantial computational component (or be close to completion). The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in data science and data analytics including expertise in data mining and machine learning algorithms.

12 February 2021

14 March 2021

12 April 2021

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This role is an exciting opportunity for a PhD qualified graduate to take on a strategic project with the support of mentors from Evolyst Ltd, Aston University and Innovate UK. The project will apply sophisticated machine learning capability into Evolyst’s software platform ‘Lumien’ to deliver predictive data analysis of workplace mental health.