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Postdoctoral research fellow

Mid Sweden University
Country of Position: 
Contact Name: 
Mikael Gidlund
Subject Area: 
Signal Processing Communications and Networking
Start Date: 
November 15, 2017
Expiration Date: 
December 31, 2017
Position Description: 

The Communication Systems and Networks (CSN) ( group at Mid-Sweden University offers one post-doctoral position in the areas of low-power wireless communication and networking for IoT and one in low latency communication for future wireless networks . The CSN group belongs to the research center Sensible Things that Communicate, which is one of the leading research centers in Sweden in the area of sensor networks and systems.

The positions is for one year with possibility to extension depending on funding. The positions are based in Sundsvall. Candidates should have a PhD in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, Signal processing, or related areas, and a track record of publications in high-quality journals and/or conferences. Strong mathematical background in optimization and statistics is necessary. Good written/oral communication skills in English, and ability to work effectively in a collaborative team, are required. Skills and experience in both analytical and empirical research are highly desirable. Experience with low rate devices like IEEE 802.15.4, NB-IoT, PHY waveforms and standards, and RRM techniques for dense massive networks is advantageous.

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Last day to reply is December 31th, 2017.

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