Research & development - Gent Zwijnaarde | More than two weeks ago
To extend the groups activities the Design Group is looking for a postdoctoral researcher Next generation Fronthauling networks for distributed massive MIMO.
The Design group of IDLab, Ghent University and imec is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to strengthen its research on next generation fronthauling networks. The researcher’s responsibilities cover network architectures enabling distributed massive MIMO processing, novel algorithms for multi-user radio processing taking limited fronthauling bandwidth into account and implementation and demonstration of these together with PhD researchers.
The design group has, over the last 5 years, demonstrated innovative radio-over-fiber communication systems, ranging from passive antenna remote radio heads over digital distributed massive MIMO systems to mmWave radio-over-fiber transceivers. To cover the growing need for more reliable wireless communication in industrial environments, it is recognized by the wireless community that a very large number of distributed radio nodes will be essential. However, this will strongly influence the radio access network. Among others, very tight synchronization between different nodes is required to perform conjugate processing and signal processing taking the bandwidth limitations of the fronthauling network into account are required.
To extend the groups activities in this space, Design is looking for a postdoctoral researcher with the following responsibilities:
The successful candidate will join an internationally renowned team of high-speed electronic integrated circuit designers. He or she will get the opportunity to realize and shape the Design group’s roadmaps towards next-generation radio access networks. The successful candidate will be provided every opportunity to publish the outcomes of their research work at high-impact international conferences and leading journals.
This position is available for a definite duration of two years initially and can be extended to a permanent position afterwards.
Apply via email to Prof. Guy Torfs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about this vacancy, please contact Prof. Guy Torfs (email@example.com)