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PostDoctoral Researcher

Organization: 
University of Southern California
Country of Position: 
United States
Contact Name: 
Andreas Molisch
Subject Area: 
Signal Processing Communications and Networking
Sensor Array and Multichannel
Start Date: 
November 01, 2021
Expiration Date: 
December 15, 2021
Position Description: 

PostDoc and visiting PhD Positions Available at USC:  Wireless Channel Measurement and High-Resolution Evaluation  

The WiDeS group of Prof. Andy Molisch at the University of Southern California seeks a PostDoctoral Researcher to work on the measurement of wireless propagation channels, and particularly the high-resolution evaluation of those measurements. Emphasis of the work is in the mmWave and THz frequency range. The position is available starting October 1st 2021. In addition to the PostDoc position, applications for visiting PhD students are also welcome. 

The work, which is funded by the National Science Foundation as well as industrial sponsors, aims to develop new measurement technologies, perform measurement campaigns, and extract parameters by means of high resolution parameter estimation of propagation channels in the frequency range between 20 and 500 GHz. The resulting channel models will be of great interest in the development of 6G systems.  

The group is one of the world leaders in the area of propagation channel measurement and modeling, with cutting-edge equipment, a strong team of researchers, PostDocs, and PhD students with accumulated knowledge and experience in measurement and modeling techniques, and a long history of innovations; for details see https://wides.usc.edu. The University of Southern California is ranked among the top-10 universities in the US in engineering (US News and World Report). The successful candidate(s) will have the opportunity to interact with both the WiDeS group as well as other groups across campus. Mentoring and career support will be provided to the successful candidate.  

The successful candidate(s) will have a solid background in high resolution parameter extraction for channel measurements and/or experience with propagation channel and/or RF measurements, preferably in the mmWave/THz range. A good publication record is expected. A CV with details of the applicable experience, skills, and publications, and contact details (or recommendation letter) of at least one reference should be sent  to molisch at usc.edu. For full considerations, applications should be sent by 10/4/2021. After this date, the search will continue until the position is filled.  

Applications from female researchers and underrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged. 

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