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21 PhD Positions available: call for applications

There are 21 positions available for the PhD Course on Electrical and Information Engineering @ Politecnico di Bari (Italy).

Please, circulate the call available at this link (deadline 6 August 2018):
http://www.poliba.it/sites/default/files/dottorati/bando_34_ciclo_dottorato_eng.pdf


PhD openings - University of Perugia, Department of Engineering

the call for applications for admission to PhD courses at the Department of Engineering at the University of Perugia, Italy, is available at

https://www.unipg.it/didattica /dottorati-di-ricerca/bandi- avvisi-e-modulistica  .

*The application deadline is August 1st*.

The expected research topics in the networking areas are shown at the following URLs:

http://www.ing.unipg.it/upload edfiles/filesPerLaDidattica/ Dottorato/XXXIVciclo/TemaPhD_ XXXIVc_12.pdf

http://www.ing.unipg.it/upload edfiles/filesPerLaDidattica/ Dottorato/XXXIVciclo/TemaPhD_ XXXIVc_13.pdf


Two scholarships covering the whole duration of the course, three years, are reserved to candidates graduated in non-Italian universities.

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PhD Positions in Computer Science at IMT- Lucca - Deadline Approaching

36 POSITIONS PhD SCHOLARSHIPS AT IMT LUCCA DEADLINE - August 3, 2018 at 12:00 pm CEST


We are pleased to announce the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca's PhD Program on Systems Science Specifically we signal its Computer Science and Systems Engineering track (https://www.imtlucca.it/phd/ 2018-19/computer-science). 

Applications for perspective PhD students in Computer Science with an interest in any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

- Modeling, analysis, and verification of concurrent and distributed systems
- Quantitative methods for the evaluation of computing systems
- Cybersecurity

The scholarship consists of a grant amounting to €15,300 gross/year for three years, plus free accommodation and board at the IMT Campus in the center of Lucca.

Most IMT School PhD Graduates have reached prominent roles in academia, governmental institutions, public and private companies or professions across the globe.

APPLY HERE: https://www.imtlucca.it/phd

N.B.: Candidates can apply by August 3, 2018  if they expect to obtain their (minimum) 4-year undergraduate degree by October 31st, 2018


Post-doc Position in Wireless Communications

The Wireless Networks Laboratory (WNL) at Cornell University and at the University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for a postdoctoral position in the area of Wireless Communications. The candidates are expected to:

     * have completed his/her Ph.D. degree in EE, CS, or related areas;
     * have exceptionally strong analytical skills in system performance evaluation;
     * have performed research in the area of wireless communications;
     * have good English communication skills (oral and writing);
     * be able to work independently, as well as in a team; and
     * be enthusiastic about pushing the state-of-the-art.

Preference will be given to candidates who already worked in the area of Physical-layer Security.

The location of the position is at the University of Texas at Dallas, within the highly dynamic department and in the middle of the "Telecommunication Corridor" in the Dallas area.

The position is renewable beyond the original term, based on mutual interest and on availability of funding.

If interested, please send an email, including a detailed CV and at names of at least 3 references, to Zygmunt J. Haas at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Concurso público: Sistemas de Telecomunicações - UFSC

O Departamento de Engenharia Elétrica e Eletrônica da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina está com edital aberto para contratação para o cargo de Professor Adjunto na área de Sistemas de Telecomunicações.
 
As inscrições ocorrerão no período de 13/07/2018 à 13/08/2018. Os pontos do concurso estão listados a seguir:
 
15.4.10.3.2 Campo de Conhecimento: Sistemas de Telecomunicações: 
1. Análise de Sinais e Sistemas Discretos no Domínio Transformado: Série de Fourier, Transformada de Fourier, Transformada Z, propriedades e aplicações; 
2. Amostragem de sinais: Teorema da amostragem, processamento discreto de sinais de tempo contínuo, processamento multi-taxa, conversão analógico-digital; 
3. A transformada discreta de Fourier (DFT): propriedades, algoritmos e aplicações; 
4. Análise, Projeto e Implementação de Filtros Discretos: Filtros FIR e IIR; 
5. Variáveis aleatórias e sequências de variáveis aleatórias; 
6. Processos Estocásticos; 
7. Filtragem Linear Adaptativa: Algoritmos, análise estatística e aplicações; 
8. Análise Tempo-Frequência: Transformada de Fourier janelada (STFT), bancos de filtros e wavelets; 
9. Teoria de Estimação Linear: Filtros ótimos lineares; 
10. Estimação Espectral. 
Para mais informações, acesse: 
 


Post-doc position on security and control of drone swarms

A post-doc position on security for will be soon available at the Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova, Italy (http://www.dei.unipd.it).

The activity will start as soon as a candidate is identified, presumably after the summer, and will last for 12 months.

The abstract of the project research activity associated to the post-doc position follows:

Among many applications of quadcopters, their employment in swarms is particularly relevant in critical scenarios, i.e., environmental monitoring and search and rescue operations. Quadcopter navigation commonly relies on navigation satellite signals, which in such context can be easily spoofed or jammed or simply denied with the effect of disrupting swarm movements, thus representing a security issue. The project aims at making the navigation of quadcopter formations and swarms robust to navigation-sensors anomalies and attacks from devices external/internal to the swarm. Through distributed machine-learning techniques for automated anomaly detection and data fusion techniques on alternative on-board sensors, we aim at designing algorithms for the attack/fault detection, the navigation to perform the safe homecoming of the swarm. 


 The candidates are expected to:

     * have completed his/her Ph.D. degree in EE, CS, or a related field;
     * have performed original research in the area of security and/or navigation;
     * be able to work independently, as well as in a team; and
     * be enthusiastic about making breakthrough in research

The position is renewable, based on mutual interest and on availability of funding. Prof. Stefano Tomasin (http://www.dei.unipd.it/~ tomasin) is the principal investigator of the research project.

If interested, please send a CV including names of references to Prof. Tomasin ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it " id="yui_3_16_0_ym19_1_1532527203096_72112"> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Stefano Tomasin.

Associate Professor
Department of Information Engineering (DEI)
University of Padova, Italy


Imperial College Research Fellowships

 would like to draw your attention to the upcoming call for the prestigious Imperial College Research Fellowships.

If you are an outstanding early-career scientist looking for an opportunity to focus on research and establish your scientific independence on a competitive salary, then the Imperial College Research Fellowship scheme could help you consolidate your standing in the scientific community and make the leap from post-doc to faculty.

The scheme is for those who have four years or less of academic post-doctoral research experience when you apply.

See https://www.imperial.ac.uk/ research-fellowships for more details and feel free to contact me if you have any interests.

Best regards

Bruno

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Dr. Bruno Clerckx

Reader

Communications and Signal processing Group

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus

London SW7 2AZ,  United Kingdom

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Phone: +44 (0)20 7594 6234

Fax: +44 (0)20 7594 6302

http://www.ee.ic.ac.uk/bruno. clerckx/


PhD Offer at Inria / Orange Labs on SDN monitoring

========= PhD Offer: Programming model for New Flow-Based Monitoring =========

Orange Labs (Orange Gardens, Paris) and Inria Nancy Grand Est offer a
PhD position in the area of flow-monitoring and SDN (Software-Defined
Networking).

Context
=======

Internet is the vector of major innovations in the last years for both
individual and businesses. Softwarization of networks with SDN and NFV
promotes new capabilities for managing and operating networks with a
high flexibility to deliver customisable services. These capabilities
can be indeed leveraged by advanced algorithms to support various tasks
such as traffic engineering or network [1] or security [2] monitoring.
Different architectures for programmable networks and network function
virtualization have been proposed, and standardization organisms like
ETSI and IETF are also proposing reference architectures. For applying
decisions, a central piece is the controllers or orchestrators. However,
decision-making processes should be external and can rely on
sophisticated techniques. Machine learning and data-driven solutions are
now often proposed, for instance to enhance autonomic decision in
networks [3,4]. Such initiatives are relayed at ETSI (NGP IDN, ENI) and
IETF (NMRG).  Unfortunately, many of machine learning solutions are
designed to run in an offline manner and cannot compete with line-rate
operations of networks.

Subject
=======

In order to support data-driven based decision processes, the objective
of the thesis is to improve the coupling between this type of
applications and networking similarly to what SDN brings for services
and network. This is inspired from streaming data analytics framework
(Strom, Spark) which decomposes data analytics operation in small pieces
chained together. A step towards this idea has been proposed in [5] but
dedicated to divide computing tasks between the controller and a single
switch. Our ambition is to develop a generic framework taken as input a
set of data-analytics to be  executed on flows and the can decide on
decomposing theses operations and deploying them on multiple and
heterogeneous components (switches, controllers, middleboxes,
virtualized network functions, etc...). The approach should thus manager
such an heterogeneous environment knowing that each device has different
capabilities in terms of processing power but most of all on
programmability expressiveness (for instance a P4 and OpenFlow switch
cannot realise the same type of operations).

Furthermore, this will be also the opportunity to in-depth investigate
the different programming framework that exists for SDN and target a
clean-slate or hybrid flow monitoring scheme. Indeed, most of current
flow-based monitoring rely on simple statistics approaches (counters and
sketches). ctually, SDN and IPFIX before allows a large flexibility in
defining the granularity level of flows (aggrgation key) but associated
values are mainly limited to counters. They cannot actually capture
easily the dynamic of flows. For instance, knowing the number of packets
of a flow does not catch if there have been burst or not, except if
regular polling is leveraged [6]. Rather than adapting or patching
regular mechanisms, we propose to rethink the general flow abstraction
in order to properly describe a flow dynamic. This is paramount of
importance as, with the increasing predominance of tunnelling
technologies promoted by OTT (Over-The-Top) actors, a single flow may
transmit a large number of distinct flows and services, and even more in
an encrypted format. The most notable example is the advent of new HTTP
standards (HTTP/2 and QUIC) which makes challenging traffic analysis due
to pipeling and multiplexing. As a result, network operators are
completely blind and need new methods to extract knowledge from those
flows. The new flow abstraction to be developed will thus use
statistical approach such as probability density estimation or
(Gaussian) mixture models as well as time series modelling (e.g. ARIMA
model) and even more recent techniques such as Long Short-Term Memory
(LTSM) networks. Many of these approaches have been employed and shown
good results for traffic monitoring purposes. In the thesis, the goal is
to offload (entirely or partially) the computation of these models into
the network in order to achieve them online. Each flow will be then
described so by mathematical models. This will require optimization in
the computation and probably approximation techniques. However,
composing then operations on mathematical models will be easier than
computing global models from all counters that could be retrieved (which
may indeed necessitate to compute intermediate models). In addition,
such a representation and composition of models will describe well the
flow nature. In order to validate our approach, we will primarily target
security monitoring because such an area is already experienced with
underlying models and data analytics. Different use cases can be
considered such as botnet detection (using a public dataset like
CTU-131) and Internet threat monitoring thanks to the Inria High
Security Lab collectors (darknet and honeypots).

To summarize, the thesis objective is to promote an in-network analytics
framework: 1. A new flow monitoring  scheme based  1. Models definition
2. Models in-switch computation, fully or partial (in that case, the
question is how to efficiently delegate some preprocessing to switches
2. An in-network data-analytics framework 1. Definition of a language
definition for flow processing  2. Operations decomposition and
allocation based on the nature of operations and capabilities of
heterogeneous in-network elements (constraint satisfaction problems).
This also includes the integration of out-of-network elements such as
the controller of virtualized network functions but always targeting the
aim of supporting online analytics. 3. Design and implementation of a
data-analytics orchestrators to be coupled with different types of
elements (e.g. programmable switches) 3. Application to security
monitoring

Bibliography
============

[1] Paul Chaignon, Kahina Lazri, Jérôme François, Olivier
Festor:Understanding disruptive monitoring capabilities of programmable
networks. IEEE NetSoft 2017 – NetFog workshop

[2] Enabling Practical Software-defined Networking Security Applications
with OFX. John Sonchack, Adam J. Aviv, Eric Keller, and Jonathan M.
Smith. To appear at the Network and Distributed System Security
Symposium (NDSS'16). February 2016.

[3] Giorgio Stampa, Marta Arias, David Sanchez-Charles, Victor
Muntés-Mulero, Albert Cabellos: A Deep-Reinforcement Learning Approach
for Software-Defined Networking Routing Optimization. CoRR
abs/1709.07080 (2017)

[4] Albert Mestres, Alberto Rodríguez-Natal, Josep Carner, Pere
Barlet-Ros, Eduard Alarcón, Marc Solé, Victor Muntés-Mulero, David
Meyer, Sharon Barkai, Mike J. Hibbett, Giovani Estrada, Khaldun Maruf,
Florin Coras, Vina Ermagan, Hugo Latapie, Chris Cassar, John Evans,
Fabio Maino, Jean C. Walrand, Albert Cabellos: Knowledge-Defined
Networking. Computer Communication Review 47(3): 2-10 (2017)

[5] Arpit Gupta, Rob Harrison, Ankita Pawar, Rüdiger Birkner, Marco
Canini, Nick Feamster, Jennifer Rexford, Walter Willinger: Sonata:
Query-Driven Network Telemetry. CoRR abs/1705.01049 (2017)

[6] S. R. Chowdhury, M. F. Bari, R. Ahmed and R. Boutaba, "PayLess: A
low cost network monitoring framework for Software Defined Networks,"
2014 IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS), Krakow,
2014, pp. 1-9.

Contact
=======

- Jérôme François, RESIST / MADYNES research group, Inria Nancy Grand Est,
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- Kahina Lazri, Orange Labs, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Appliation procedure
====================

Please send us ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) the
following documents:
- CV;
- a motivation letter;

- your degree certificates and transcripts for Bachelor and Master (or
- the last 5 years if not     applicable). - Master thesis (or equivalent)
- if it is already completed, or a description of the work in     progress,
- otherwise;

- all your publications, if any (it is not expected that you have any)
- At least one recommendation letter from the person who supervises(d)
your Master thesis     (or research project or internship); you can also
send at most two other recommendation     letters.

Also, please apply online:
https://orange.jobs/jobs/ offer.do?joid=70848&lang=EN


PhD Scholarships in Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne

 I am seeking expressions of interest for PhD scholarships in the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Optimisation and Datamining.

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, holding the number 1 spot in Australia. The School of Computing and Information Systems is an international research leader in computer science and information systems. In this discipline, the School was ranked number 1 in Australia and 14th in the world in the 2018 QS World University Ranking exercise.

These scholarships include a tax-free living allowance of $30,600 per year (2019 rate) for up to 3.5 years. There is potential for the applicants to earn additional money through assistance in undergraduate teaching, and top-up scholarship options are also available.  These scholarships are available to applicants of any nationality, who will also be exempt from the full tuition fee costs for the duration of candidature. See this link for more information on the scholarship: https://scholarships.unimelb. edu.au/awards/graduate- research-scholarships

I am looking for candidates in the top 5% of their graduating cohort, or with an overall result in the top echelon for their degree. e.g. H1 (80-100%), High Distinction, A, 3.5 out of 4 GPA etc. Students should have completed a master’s degree that included a research project/thesis that accounts for at least 25% of one year's work in a relevant discipline. Please see these pages for further details regarding entry requirements: http://www.eng.unimelb.edu.au/ study/degrees/phd/entry- requirements#entry- requirements

To express your interest in these PhD Scholarships please send your CV including details of two referees, a full copy of your academic transcripts (Bachelor and Master) and a one-page cover letter which outlines your research skills, experience and why this PhD opportunity interests you to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Suitable applicants will be contacted for an interview and given further instructions how to submit a formal application.

Closing Dates for Expressions of Interest for 2019: 31 July 2018

Uwe Aickelin


Vaga Professor Engenharia Elétrica 

A Faculdade Nobre (FAN) está com uma vaga em aberto para professor do curso de Engenharia Elétrica na área de Eletrotécnica.
Interessados favor enviar Currículo Lattes para engenhariaeletrica@gruponobre. net com os respectivos contatos.

Prof. Msc. Guilherme Moura A. da Silva
Coordenação Engenharia Elétrica UNEF/FAN


18 months full time research position @ CentraleSupélec campus of Rennes-France

We are offering a full-time research scientist (postdoctoral/experienced engineer) position in the area of digital communications with a particular emphasis on adaptive radio access systems (single carrier and multi-carrier) and implementation on USRP platforms.

The research grant is awarded for 18 months and its yearly amount is about 46.884,00€ gross. The position will take place at the IETR (Institute of Electronic and telecommunications of Rennes) in the SCEE (Signal, Communication & Embedded Electronics) research group of CentraleSupélec engineering school in campus of Rennes (France). Expected starting is: 1st January 2019.

Application deadline: September 2018.

For more information, please have a look on attached announce.

Kind regards

F. Bader

Application:  Interested  candidates  should  contact:  Jacques  Palicot < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >'; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text88885 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //--> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ;,  Carlos  Faouzi  Bader  < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >'; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text60286 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //--> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ;,  and  Yves
Louët < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >by sending a detailed CV, graduate transcript(s), representative
publications, statement of research experience and interests, and two references.


Vaga na Universidade de Amsterdam

University Professor of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
https://www.academictransfer. com/en/48869/university- professor-of-artificial- intelligence-in-medical- imaging/

JOB DESCRIPTION
The UvA is looking for an internationally recognized scholar who will initiate and carry out research and education on AI in Medical Imaging, as part of its university wide initiative to strengthen expertise in the area of AI. The University Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Medical Imaging will perform these tasks in close collaboration with colleagues at the Faculty of Medicine (University Medical Centre Amsterdam, location AMC), and with the other University Professors in AI.

There have been strong developments in artificial intelligence (AI) techniques in medical imaging, especially deep learning techniques. In general AI is widely expected to be the key to improving quality of life and, simultaneously achieving a reduction of health costs. The foreseen steep increase in use of AI techniques in medical imaging and medicine in general is associated with societal and economic, ethical and legal consequences. There is a clear demand to address these and other societal issues in parallel to AI technological developments before AI can be implemented.  The mandatory research into these aspects is essentially lagging behind the developments in AI technology.

As one of the four University Professors to be appointed by the Executive Board, the chair will realise the following ambitions:

bring about innovation in AI research and teaching, and its use in society, with a focus on collaborative inter-faculty research into AI issues, also with the other University Professors;
modernise the curriculum, increase its relevance to academic and social innovation;
seek the involvement of external parties (businesses, civic organisations, all levels of government) in research, education and other types of valorisation;
proceeding from a position of excellence, bring about innovation within the university by inspiring students, researchers and lecturers;
engage the academic community and encourage debate within the university on (the impact of) AI;
generate more social visibility for the UvA in terms of its research, teaching and public-private cooperation.
The chair will:

initiate new AI research with respect to technical advances in AI imaging research and implementation in clinical practice (close interaction with clinical researchers) and to the societal impact of AI;
be expected to actively work across medical disciplines on the one hand and across medicine and the humanities, social sciences and sciences on the other;
lead AI imaging research at Amsterdam UMC and stimulate ongoing AI research on automated analysis of imaging;
initiate initiatives to investigate the role and impact of AI concerning medical imaging as well as broader medical applications in the curricula of medicine and medical informatics.


Seleção de Bolsista de Pós-Doc (PNPD-CAPES)

O programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia Elétrica (PPGEE) da Universidade Federal do Paraná está com inscrições abertas para preenchimento de 01 (uma) vaga para bolsista de Pós-Doutorado do Programa Nacional de Pós-Doutorado (PNPD) da CAPES, para desenvolvimento de pesquisas em alguma das Linhas de Pesquisa do PPGEE:
- Sistemas de Potência;
- Circuitos e Instrumentação Eletrônica;
- Micro-ondas e eletromagnetismo aplicado;
- Controle e Automação;
- Sistemas de Comunicação.

Mais informações em:

https://www.eletrica.ufpr.br/ ppgee/doku.php?id=noticias: processo_seletivo_de_bolsista_ de_pos-doutorado


Postdoctoral Researcher Position at Imperial College London

I’m looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work in the intersection of communications/ information theory and machine learning:

https://www.itsoc.org/news- events/recent-news/ postdoctoral-researcher- position-at-imperial-college- london-2

The position is available immediately, potentially to be extended up to three years. I will appreciate if you could please forward the email to the students/ researchers in your group who might be interested. They can contact me directly with their CVs for further inquiry.

The deadline for application is July 26th (very soon!).
 
Many thanks, and best regards,
Deniz.


- - - - - - - - - -
Deniz Gunduz
Reader (Associate Professor)

Imperial College London
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
SW7 2BT London, UK
Phone: +44- 207 5946218
www.imperial.ac.uk/ipc-lab
twitter.com/Imperial_IPCL


 Post-doc position available at IT (Lisbon, Portugal)

Description:

The Post-doc position on Wireless Communications and Networks is particularly focused on coordinated spectrum sharing for opportunistic access. The main goal is to investigate innovative spectrum authorization schemes that may be adopted by opportunistic unlicensed users to overcome the underperformance caused by coexisting users and radio technologies. The research activities include simulation, mathematical modeling and practical performance evaluation with different radio technologies. Besides, the position includes the following activities:

  • Dissemination of the research results through scientific publications in journals and conferences;
  • Coordination and management of research activities;
  • Guidance of PhD and MSc students;

The position is available from September and offered for 30 months (fixed-term contract with competitive salary).

Qualifications:

Candidates must hold a PhD in Telecommunications, Electrical, or Computer Engineering (or closely related disciplines) and have the potential to publish in world's top-ranked journals and conferences.

We are seeking candidates with a strong background in Wireless Systems and Networks, including topics related with Cognitive Radio Systems and Interference Management. All applicants must have strong mathematical and computing skills. Prior knowledge in stochastic performance analysis and Software Defined Radio development is a plus.

Application:

To apply, please email a copy of full CV including details of academic records and a list of publications to Rodolfo Oliveira ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it " "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) with subject “CoSHARE Post-doc application”.

Applications will be continuously evaluated upon reception and Skype interviews will held immediately for suitable applicants until the position is filled.

 Location:

The Post-doc position is supported by CoSHARE project running at Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT), Lisbon, Portugal. IT mission is to create and disseminate scientific knowledge in the field of telecommunications. IT’s team running CoSHARE is based at  Nova University of Lisbon - Caparica Campus (FCT NOVA), located in Monte de Caparica, Portugal. FCT NOVA is one of the most prestigious Portuguese engineering and science schools and it is engaged in extensive research activity developed in multiple research centers involving 1600 PhD students.

Open PhD position @ University of La Rochelle - France

In the context of a recently funded project, a PhD position in the area of « Blockchain for IoT » is open at the Laboratory of Informatics Image Interaction (L3i -- http://l3i.univ-larochelle. fr) of the University of La Rochelle (ULR -http://www.univ-larochelle. fr/?lang=en), located in the magnificent city of La Rochelle by the West (Atlantic) Coast of France. 

The successful applicants are expected to join the Lab and will receive a competitive scholarship for a 3-year duration, starting Fall 2018. The exact starting date will be determined by mutual agreement. 

Applicants should e-mail their resume with a list of two references as well as transcripts to Prof. Yacine GHAMRI-DOUDANE ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ), with [PhD Application] in the email subject. Applications will be accepted until this position is filled. 

For more information, do not hesitate to send an email as well. I’ll will be glad to provide more details. 

Kind Regards,
Yacine Ghamri-Doudane.


 Vaga área de certificação equipamentos médicos em ITU-SP 


Estamos com duas vagas para trabalhar com certificação de produtos médicos com os seguintes perfis:


=> GERENTE DE CERTIFICAÇÃO:

   - Qualificação mínima: curso superior na área de exatas ou biológicas;

   - Experiência: pelo menos 2 anos atuando na área de certificação de produtos ou assuntos regulatórios;

   - Conhecimentos básicos necessários:

       - conhecimento de rotinas de certificação de produtos baseados em Portarias no INMETRO;

       - conhecimento de sistemas de gestão da qualidade baseados na norma ISO 13485, com treinamento formal em tal norma;

       - conhecimento de técnicas de gerenciamento de risco baseado na ISO 14971;

       - conhecimento ou experiência com normas técnicas na área de equipamentos médicos.

   - Conhecimentos desejáveis:

       - experiência ou treinamento na norma ABNT NBR ISO IEC 17065;

       - experiência ou treinamento na norma ABNT NBR ISO IEC 17021;

       - conhecimento ou treinamento sobre processos de engenharia de usabilidade de acordo com a norma IEC 62366.

   - Salário: a combinar


=> ASSISTENTE DE CERTIFICAÇÃO:

   - Qualificação mínima: curso superior na área de exatas ou biológicas;

   - Experiência: não é exigida experiência prévia;

   - Conhecimentos desejáveis:

       - conhecimento ou treinamento sobre processos de engenharia de usabilidade de acordo com a norma IEC 62366.

       - conhecimento de rotinas de certificação de produtos baseados em Portarias no INMETRO;

       - conhecimento de sistemas de gestão da qualidade baseados na norma ISO 13485;

       - conhecimento de técnicas de gerenciamento de risco baseado na ISO 14971;

       - conhecimento ou experiência com normas técnicas na área de equipamentos médicos.

   - Salário: a combinar


Aos interessados, enviar curriculum para o email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , indicando no assunto do email: VAGA CERTIFICAÇÂO.

Informar no curriculum faixa com pretensão salarial como referência. Curriculuns sem essa indicação não serão incluídos no processo seletivo.

Ambas as vagas são para trabalhar na cidade de Itu-SP. Por favor, verifiquem a real possibilidade de mudança de cidade ou viabilidade de deslocamento antes de se candidatarem as vagas.


Vacant PhD position: Modelling and System Identification for Artificial Pancreas Applications
Vacant PhD position: Modelling and System Identification for Artificial Pancreas Applications

https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/av ailable-jobs/job/152279/phd-fe llowship-in-modelling-and-syst em-identification-for-artifici al-pancreas-applications


Post-doc postion in Wireless Networks Lab

he Wireless Networks Laboratory (WNL) at Cornell University and at the University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for a postdoctoral position in the area of Wireless Communications and Wireless Networks. The candidates are expected to:

     * have completed his/her Ph.D. degree in EE, CS, or related areas at the time of application;
     * have strong analytical skills in system performance evaluation, as evident from candidates publications;
     * have performed research in the area of wireless communications and/or wireless networks and published in top journals;
     * have good English communication skills (oral and writing);
     * be able to work independently, as well as in a team; and
     * be enthusiastic about pushing the state-of-the-art.

The location of the position is at the University of Texas at Dallas, within the highly dynamic department and in the middle of the "Telecommunication Corridor" in the Dallas area.

The position is renewable, based on mutual interest and on availability of funding.

If interested, please send an email, including a detailed CV and at names of at least 3 references, to Zygmunt J. Haas at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 


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