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PH.D. Position on Audio Signal Processing in Ad-Hoc Wireless Transducer Array Networks

A Ph.D. research position is available in the KU Leuven, Electrical Engineering Department (ESAT), STADIUS Center for Dynamical Systems, Signal Processing and Data Analytics, in the frame of a research project on audio signal processing in ad-hoc wireless transducer array networks. The research activities will be focused on the design and evaluation of distributed digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms for acoustic echo and feedback cancellation, active noise control, and sound field control in ad-hoc wireless transducer array networks.

PhD on neuro-steered hearing aids (audio and EEG signal processing)

A 4-year PhD position is available within a collaborative project between ESAT-STADIUS, Dept. Electrical Engineering and ExpORL, Dept. Neurosciences, KU Leuven, Belgium. The goal is to develop a neuro-steered hearing aid that will adapt its function according to brain responses measured using EEG. This position entails joint signal processing of EEG and audio signals.We are looking for someone with strong mathematical skills and some experience in algorithm design for multi-channel (array) signal processing (for EEG and/or audio).

Phd Position in Quantitative Ultrasound (QUS) Imaging

The aim of this PhD project is to develop a novel ultrasound methodology that enables non-invasive read-out of the acoustic properties of radiation-sensitive microbubbles in order to construct a dose map. Hereto, acoustic models of wave propagation through soft tissue will be combined with advanced signal processing techniques. The developed methodology will extensively be validated in experimental setups (both in-vitro and in-vivo).

Ph.D. researcher in distributed signal processing for EEG sensor networks

In the STADIUS group of the Department of Electrical Engineering (ESAT) of KU Leuven, we are looking for a motivated Ph.D. candidate with an interest in array or multi-channel signal processing and applications thereof in electroencephalography (EEG).

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