Deadline: 31 January 2014
Open to: Ph.D. degree holders in telecommunications or electrical engineering
Remuneration: 32,000 €/year
The Technological Center of Telecommunications (CTTC) is a growing and well-funded research institution fostering excellence and diversity. CTTC offers a highly international environment at an exceptionally attractive location. As a research center in telecommunications technologies CTTC provides a fertile environment for research cooperation and innovation between different disciplines.
CTTC invites applications for a post-doctoral job in the Communication Systems Division. It is a full-time post-doctoral position where the candidate must have a research experience in MIMO processing for satellite and wireless communications, with special emphasis in filter bank processing and receiver processing for interference channels. Knowledge of MATLAB is also desirable. The work will be carried out within the Array and Multisensor processing group.
The position will be located at CTTC premises in Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain.
Applicants must be strongly motivated, hold a PhD degree in telecommunications or electrical engineering; have capacity of carrying out innovative research as well as proven experience in research; a good publication record is fundamental. Practical experience and work experience in international and national R&D projects carried out in the context of R&D institutions will be valued.
The initial salary will be 32,000 €/year (gross). The initial duration is one year, renewable in terms of one year up to five years maximum.
The deadline for applying is 31 January 2014.
Applications must include a resume, academic ratings, list of publications (if applicable) and, preferably, the names and contact information of three referees. Please apply exclusively through e-mail including adequate documentation and before the above indicated deadline to: [email protected] Inquiries regarding this call should be addressed to the same contact.
CTTC is an equal opportunity employer. Selections will be made based on objective non-discriminating evaluation criteria. Applications from physically-challenged candidates will be specifically taken into account.
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