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Post-Doctoral-Fellowship (PDF)
University of Ottawa

Date Posted Mar. 20, 2022
Title Post-Doctoral-Fellowship (PDF)
University University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Department School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Post-Doc
  • Electrical and/or Electronics
    Computer Engineering
    Computer Science

A Post-Doctoral-Fellowship (PDF) position is available at University of Ottawa (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) in the general area of wireless communications and networking. The candidate should have expertise in the following areas:

- Wireless communications systems

- Wireless networking and protocols

- Machine learning and artificial intelligence concepts, tools and techniques

- Optimization and analytical performance analysis

- Wireless system simulation

- Matlab and Python

- Experience with LPWAN is considered a definite asset

Applicants must have

- A Ph.D. degree in the area of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related fields (preferably obtained within the last 2 years).

- Strong research and publication records.

Successful candidates will receive compensations following regulations of the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

Interested applicants should send their detailed CV including the names and contact information of at least three refrences, research statement, 2 sample publications by email to:

Search process with start Mar. 30, 2022 and will continue until position is filled.

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