Job ID 3022052 Location Palo Alto, California Date posted 02/01/2018
The candidate should have an M.S or Ph.D. degree in EE, CS, Acoustics or related discipline and with expertise in algorithm development. The candidate should also have interest (or experience) in applying machine learning (e.g., Deep Learning) and getting to understand new frameworks such as TensorFlow or Caffe would be useful. Key skills of the successful candidate include:
International Audio Laboratories Erlangen is jointly operated by the Faculty of Engineering at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg and the Institute for Integrated Circuits at the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. It conducts both fundamental and applied research on novel audio technology. This involves a close and long-term collaboration between both institutions stipulated by contract. Eventually, more than 50 scientists will work in this internationally unique research facility.
The Faculty of Engineering and the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft invite applications for a
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The Centre for Acoustic Signal Processing Research (CASPR) at the Section for Signal and Information Processing, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University, Denmark, will have a number of fully funded PhD stipends available in 2017. According to the Shanghai/ARWU World Rank 2016, Aalborg University is no. 7 in the world within the field of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. The Department of Electronic Systems at Aalborg University is internationally recognized in particular for its contributions within Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
#ICASSP2018 wasn't the only thing that happened this week - it was also National Volunteer Week! The 2018 SPS Board of Governors works all year long to educate, advance, and serve our members and the greater signal processing community. Thank you to them and to our 1,000+ volunteers for their generosity of time and spirit that make SPS thrive across conference, publications, membership, technical directions, and everything in between! #NVW
That’s a wrap on #ICASSP2018! Did you miss the action? Don’t worry - the high-quality recordings of the plenaries will be available in the SPS Resource Center soon. But for now, we’re already gearing up to see you next year at #ICASSP2019 in Brighton, UK. Thanks for a great week, everyone!