PHD RESEARCH FELLOW IN ICT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF AGDER, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE

Employer
The University of Agder
Location
Norway
Posted
September 13 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Academia

The University of Agder, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Information and Communication Technology, invites applications for a four-year PhD position, with 75% of the time assigned to research and 25% of the time assigned to complementary research and teaching activities. The position is located at the Grimstad Campus, Norway. The starting date is as soon as possible or to be negotiated with the Faculty.


The herein announced position will be part of a recently established Lab, namely, the Intelligent Signal Processing & Wireless Networks (WISENET) Lab, whose activities span across both the Department of Information and Communication Technology and the Department of Engineering. The WISENET Lab has a strong expertise in a range of areas, among them, Data Analytics, In-Network Processing and Distributed Intelligence, Wireless Communications, Networked Cyber-Physical Systems and Embedded Systems, having led a number of large research projects, funded by the Research Council of Norway, the EU research Programmes FP7 and H2020, as well as national and international industries. The WISENET Lab is now in full expansion phase, having at the present seven PhD students and three postdoctoral researchers working on different cutting edge research projects, such as FRIPRO TOPPFORSK, SFI, PETROMAKS and INFRASTRUCTURE Projects, among others. The WISENET Lab is committed to achieving international research excellence, please see the notes about prospective PhD students at WISENET (http://wisenet.uia.no/?page_id=363 ) before applying.


The open PhD position will be offered in the areas of coordinated multi-variable data acquisition, intelligent data reduction, as well as automatic data quality verification and validation, advancing both theoretical aspects and algorithm designs, and considering also several application use cases, hence involving interdisciplinary research activities.



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