A Postdoctoral Fellow is sought with experience in the general area of body area networks (BAN) and intra body communications (IBC). The ideal candidate will have experience in designing and prototyping body area networks sensors and communication modules. The successful applicant must have completed a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Physics, biology or a related discipline, demonstrating proven capacity for world-class research that is reflected in his/her publication record. In particular, good technical writing skills are fundamental.
Experience in some of the following areas is desirable:
1- Human-Electrode interface modelling
2- Mixed signal circuit design
3- Communication system design and modelling
4- Health monitoring, stress profiling etc. using BAN
The successful applicant will be involved in the publication of the research results, including journal publications and conference presentations. Furthermore, the successful applicant may be expected to help Graduate Research Assistants.
Affiliation: The Postdoctoral Fellow will be associated with the Electrical Engineering Program at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).
Interested candidates should email Prof. Ahmed Eltawil (Ahmed.Eltawil@kaust.edu.sa):
1. Complete, professional CVs, including educational backgrounds, experience and lists of publications.
2. Names, affiliations, telephone numbers and email addresses of three individuals, who will provide letters of reference, if requested.
3. Brief descriptions of past research experience and future research interests (no more than two pages).
A generous compensation package will be offered, including a competitive, tax-free salary, health care (medical and dental), housing and 15 days of paid annual vacation (in addition to 15 days of national holiday). The appointment is for one year and will be renewed for up to three years, based on performance.
About KAUST: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is actively recruiting world class students, faculty and researchers who are committed to meeting the grand challenges of science through bold and collaborative inquiry that focuses on issues of regional and