The Ruhr-Universität Bochum is one of the leading research universities in Germany. The university draws its strengths from both the diversity and the proximity of scientific and engineering disciplines on a single, coherent campus. This highly dynamic setting enables students and researchers to work across traditional boundaries of academic subjects and faculties.
At the Institute of Digital Communication Systems at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, we are looking for a scientific employee (full-time).
The successful candidate will join a strong and motivated research team will be required to carry out research (experimental / analytical) on the topic of
• Signal processing in wireless networks
with a focus on one of the following areas:
• Ultra-Massive MIMO THz Communication Systems
• Edge Computing, Caching, Content Delivery networks
• Low Latency Communications
• PHY Security
• THz Communication
• Joint Sensing, Localization und Communication
• Software Defined Radios
• Radiation exposition and countermeasures in wireless networks
In addition, the position holder will be required to perform the follows tasks
• Presentation of research results at international congresses and in front of clients and research partners
• Development of Demonstrators in Software Defined Radio
• Delivering outputs for third-party projects of public or private contracting entities
• Organization of scientific conferences
• preparation of research applications (for example to the DFG or the EU)
• Assisting in teaching duties
The Chair offers:
• An intensive support
• A diversified activity in a friendly environment
• A more theoretical, but practice-oriented work in a young, internationally oriented team
If the financial support is made exclusively by external third party donors, there is no obligation for employees to take over the obligation to teach.
The Ruhr-Universität is an equal opportunities employer.
The ideal candidate has knowledge and experience with methods from
• Convex optimization
• Pattern recognition
• Linear algebra and probability theory
• Experience in Matlab, C, and LabView
The ideal candidate should have:
• A very good degree (master's or diploma) in a relevant academic university degree (e.g., electrical engineering, computer science or mathematics)
• A high level of performance
• Interest in theoretical work with subsequent verification in a testbed (hardware / software)
• Fluent written and verbal German and English skills.
Type of employment: Full time, 4 years
Compensation: Remuneration group 13 of the TV-L
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