Applications are invited for one position of Postdoctoral Fellow in Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits design at Biomedical Circuits and Systems Lab (http://www.bicasl.com/en) at School of Microelectronics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). The term is for two or three years and possible to convert to a tenure-track position. The salary is competitive and commensurate with experiences.
SJTU is a top university in China, best known for its engineering schools, ranked within 100 worldwide. BiCASL is a group known for its achievement in biomedical circuits and systems. The successful applicant for this position will join a highly dedicated multi-disciplinary team to develop cutting edge devices for vital signs sensing devices. The post holder will be responsible for the design of circuits in sensor interface, wireless transceiver, digital controller, and power management, complementing the existing team. He/She will be a key contributor to the design, verification, and testing of an advanced mixed-signal circuits and system for wireless sensor networks. Successful candidates are expected to conduct independent research and publish his/her research work in respected journals and conferences and also opportunity to commercialize the IP.
Applicants should have a Phd degree in Electrical Engineering or other related discipline. Hands-on experience in analog/RF/ digital design is required and experiences of successful tape-out of complex chips is preferred. The post holder will be required to travel both within China and abroad to conduct research and attend conferences. The post holder may undertake some teaching duties and guide graduate students in related areas.
Interested applicants (non-Chinese welcome) are encouraged to contact Dr. Guoxing Wang using email:
guoxing AT sjtu.edu.cn
Please include a cover letter, a detailed resume with education and research experience, proof of relevant experiences, electronic copies of up to five recent relevant publications, and contact information of three referees.