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Position: Research Associate in optical-wireless communication systems
Institution: University of Luxembourg
Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Duties: Integrate with the SIGCOM research group and contribute to the SIGCOM on-going research projects related to optical communications; Develop research around optical-based communications, including channel modeling, optimization of transmission and reception, network-based design, and evaluation; Design and develop algorithms able to provide a good performance-complexity trade-off for the identified scenarios and use cases; Compare with state-of-the-art and conventional solutions via numerical simulations and/or HW/chipset validation
Requirements: The candidate should possess a Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or affine. With a proven record of accomplishment in the area of Optical communication. The ideal candidate should have some knowledge and experience in a number of the following topics: A solid mathematical background; Active and passive optical components(MUX/DEMUX, Switches, transceivers, SFPs, combiner, etc.); Experience with optical lab equipment(lens, collimator, beam profiler, CCD camera, etc.); Knowledge of Adaptive optics and optical channel modeling; Software Development using C++, Python, MATLAB; Experience with 5G/6G communication systems is desirable
   
Text: Research Associate in optical-wireless communication systems Integrate with the SIGCOM research group and contribute to the SIGCOM on-going research projects related to optical communications; Develop research around optical-based communications, including channel modeling, optimization of transmission and reception, network-based design, and evaluation; Design and develop algorithms able to provide a good performance-complexity trade-off for the identified scenarios and use cases; Compare with state-of-the-art and conventional solutions via numerical simulations and/or HW/chipset validation The candidate should possess a Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or affine. With a proven record of accomplishment in the area of Optical communication. The ideal candidate should have some knowledge and experience in a number of the following topics: A solid mathematical background; Active and passive optical components(MUX/DEMUX, Switches, transceivers, SFPs, combiner, etc.); Experience with optical lab equipment(lens, collimator, beam profiler, CCD camera, etc.); Knowledge of Adaptive optics and optical channel modeling; Software Development using C++, Python, MATLAB; Experience with 5G/6G communication systems is desirable
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