PhD in Signal Processing

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PhD in Signal Processing

Organization: 
Uppsala University
Country of Position: 
Sweden
Contact Name: 
Ayca Ozcelikkale
Subject Area: 
Signal Processing Communications and Networking
Start Date: 
January 31, 2018
Expiration Date: 
February 15, 2018
Position Description: 

PhD Position for Signal Processing for Energy Harvesting Sensor Networks

Project  Description
In recent years, energy harvesting (EH) solutions have become an emerging paradigm for powering up future wireless sensing systems. As such, energy harvesting constitutes a key enabling technology for Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) including smart homes and smart factories. This position focuses on providing signal processing solutions for such energy harvesting wireless sensor networks. Modern machine learning techniques and optimization approaches will be important ingredients of the work.

Position Description
This is a full-time position where you will be employed by Uppsala University. Your main responsibility will be to pursue your own doctoral studies. The PhD position is for four years, extendable to a maximum of five years, including departmental duties at a level of at most 20% (typically teaching).

Requirements
A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent with basic skills in signals and systems and signal processing and a will to learn about energy harvesting WSN. It is desirable but not necessary to have some background in wireless communications and/or automatic control. The successful applicant is expected to have a strong collaborative spirit and good communication skills in oral and written English.

Application deadline: 15 February 2018

More information and application instructions:
https://www.uu.se/en/about-uu/join-us/details/?positionId=186914

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