NAME DER EINRICHTUNGTallinn University of Technology
TYP DER FÖRDERUNGFundingMobility Incoming
FORSCHUNGSBEREICHFormal sciencesProfessions and applied sciences
KARRIERESTUFERecognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)Established Researcher (R3) (Researchers who have developed a level of independence)
A postdoctoral (“Research Scientist”) position in the above topics is open within Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics at Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia. The post is funded by the prestigious European Research Area Chair project “Cognitive Electronics (COEL)”. Applicants must have a doctoral degree (or about to complete) in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics or in a relevant field. Strong research experience in routing protocols and real-time deployment is essential. Networks simulator experience is a significant advantage. Familiarity with multiple radio access technologies such as WiFi, BLE, NB-IoT would be an advantage. Candidates should have experience in publishing research findings in impact international journals and reputable conference proceedings.
The key-ideas for the research activities are as follows; i) to propose and implement a new network connectivity aware routing protocol for D2D communication in an indoor environment, and ii) to propose innovative and novel disruptive tolerant routing techniques for cognitive networks. The environment could be based on multi-hop communication using heterogeneous smart devices (such as mobile phones, watches, sensor, cameras, etc.) and communication technologies (LTE, Bluetooth, WiFi etc.).
The candidate will be responsible for conducting research and possibly mentoring of BSc, MSc and PhD students in research projects.
Application submission details:
Candidates should send the following information, as “One” .pdf or .doc attachment:
CV, including lists of publications, summary of educational background and grades;
Summary of work experience;
Short research statement to explain how this position will match their previous experience (maximum 1 page);
Names and email addresses of at least 3 references;
A soft copy of one or two recent publications considered by the candidate as being representative(s) of his/her research work.
The closing date for receipt of applications is January 15. 2017. Interviews will be held during the 3rd calendar week 2017. The position is initially available for one year and is possibly renewable, based on mutual interest and on the availability of funding.
On behalf of the COEL project,
Prof. Toomas Rang
Head of Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics
Mr Alvar Kurrel
Project Manager of Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics
Tallinn University of Technology
Ehitajate tee 5
19086 Tallinn, Estonia
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