ICR are currently working in partnership with the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Institute for Energy and Environment at Strathclyde University, as part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme. This programme aims to help businesses improve their competitiveness and productivity through better use of knowledge, technology and skills within the UK knowledge base.
Together we are looking to appoint a Data Analytics Engineer in the area of Asset Integrity Management. The Data Analytics Engineer will work jointly with Strathclyde and ICR to apply emerging machine learning and predictive analytics techniques for corrosion monitoring which will integrate into ICR’s Asset Integrity Management (AIM) lifecycle platform for Risk Based Inspection (RBI). The role will include developing, demonstrating and evaluating algorithms for predicting the presence and extent of corrosion, based on existing client data and in conjunction with the research team at Strathclyde. This role will then be responsible for translating these algorithms into deployment for use in the field, integrating them into ICR’s existing asset management software.
Further information and full job advert is available here