Job description

This teaching assistant job combines research in embedded electronics, and teaching for bachelor and master students in engineering.
The research part will be dedicated to realizing a Ph.D. with one of the professors of the department. The research topics in the BEAMS-Embedded Electronics department cover multiple fields;

– Digital electronics for distributed communication systems (Prof. F. Quitin)
– UAV-based wireless communication systems (Prof. F. Quitin)
– Sensor fusion with software-defined radios (Prof. F. Quitin)
– Systems-on-chips, Networks-on-chip (Prof. D. Milojevic)
– Design and optimisation of efficient hardware architectures and algorithms for ASIC and FPGA (Prof. D. Milojevic)
– Design and implementation of tools for system-level design for ASIC and FPGA (Prof. D. Milojevic)
– analog and digital DAQ electronics for the LHC/CMS experiment (Prof. F. Robert)
– didactics of electricity/electronics (Prof. F. Robert)

More information is available on the following websites:

The teaching aspect is dedicated to assisting in exercise sessions, labs, projects, internships and master theses, in the field of analog electronics, digital electronics, microcontroller systems and/or FPGA systems. Bachelor courses are taught in French, Master courses are taught in English

Required skills

– Have a Master’s degree in Engineering (120 credits in Electronic, Electro-mechanic or Biomedical engineering) and satisfy the admission requirements for the Ph.D. program
– Having a working knowledge of French and English
– Be enthusiastic about scientific research
– Willing to do teaching work and develop pedagogical skills
– Team spirit, maturity and rigorousness

Practical aspects

– The salary and advantages will be determined based on salary levels fixed by ULB
– A teaching assistant mandate is fixed for 2 years, and can be renewed 2 more times for another 2 years each.
– For more information, please contact Prof. François Quitin (
– To apply for this job, please send a curriculum vitae (a sample can be downloaded from as well as a motivation letter to Prof. François Quitin (