PhD in Radio Communications, Sweden

Deadline: 30 June 2011
Open to: holders of MSc in wireless communication, electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering physics, or equivalent
Scholarship: Salary is determined on an individual basis

Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund, Sweden is looking for PhD students in Radio Communications

Job assignments

The PhD student will participate in the project “Distributed Antenna Systems”, which is financed by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research. The focus of this PhD project is radio channel properties for distributed MIMO systems. The radio channel ultimately determines the possible performance of such systems and knowledge of its behavior is important for algorithm and system design. The work includes setup of a test site for distributed MIMO channel measurements, planning and performing measurements, and evaluation of the results form a system and channel perspective. Thus, the project includes both theoretical and more practical parts. Since this PhD student project is a part of a larger project it also means substantial interaction with other project participants working on theoretical aspects of distributed MIMO systems and on algorithms and hardware aspects. The position is full-time, and includes 15% department work, mainly teaching.

Eligibility

Master of Science degree in wireless communication, electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering physics, or equivalent.

Scholarship

Salary is determined on an individual basis, within certain guidelines for this type of position. Please state requested salary in your application.

Application Process

Last Day of Applying: 2011-06-30

Please apply online.
Complementary documents, such as publications/books should be sent to: Registry office, Lund University, P.O. Box 117, SE-221 00 LUND, SWEDEN (Address for delivery of packages: Lund University, Registry Office, Paradisgatan 5C, 223 50 LUND). The official record number should be clearly stated when sending complementary documents.

For further information please contact:
Fredrik Tufvesson, Associate professor
046 2224629
[email protected]

The official webpage.

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