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Post-doctoral Students

Organization: 
Weizmann Institute of Science
Country of Position: 
Israel
Contact Name: 
Prof. Yonina Eldar
Subject Area: 
Machine Learning for Signal Processing
Start Date: 
July 24, 2022
Expiration Date: 
December 31, 2022
Position Description: 

The Signal Acquisition, Modeling, Processing and Learning (SAMPL) lab headed by Prof. Yonina Eldar at the Weizmann Institute of Science is recruiting post-doctoral students for cutting-edge research at the intersection of signal processing, information theory and learning. The work will be performed in collaboration with Prof. Muriel Medard at MIT, working with collaborative and supportive teams. Background in one or more of the above areas required with the desire to expand into the other areas.

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