Two open positions at InterDigital European Labs Open positions – Senior Research Engineer (NG-RAN)

InterDigital European Labs

Two open positions at InterDigital European Labs that may be of interest to some of the folks involved in COST CA15104 (IRACON):

Dr. Alain A.M. Mourad – Senior Manager – InterDigital Communications

5GCAR V2X Communications summer school at KCL

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We are hosting a summer school at KCL on June 11th and 12th, 2018.

The school is tailored both for PhD students and junior researchers with providing detailed lectures on day one, but also could be suitable for established researchers with range of industry talks on day two.  Attending the school is free of charge but registration will be required since space will be limited.

Description

We are hosting a Two-Day Sumer School on various aspects of 5G V2X Communications, as pertained to connect autonomous driving.

The Summer school is free of charge, but registration is required. Please register ASAP and while there is space available.

Day 1 will cover fundamental subjects in 5G V2X communications and include:

  • Principles of Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications
  • Machine Learning for Wireless Communications
  • Principles of V2X radio Interface Design
  • Virtual Network Functions placement and optimization
  • Fundementals of mmWave Communications for V2X
  • Principals of localisation and Positioning in 5G

Day 2 will provide industry research vision in enabling connected autonomous driving, and include:

  • Fog Computing in the delivery of ultra-low latency communications
  • Multi-RAT, Multi-Link, Multi-operator Communications
  • V2X Wireless Channel Modelling for Connected Cars
  • Enhancing Relaibility in 5G V2X Communiactions
  • The role of 5G in Automotive Industry, techno-economic analysis

Confirmed academic speakers:

  • Prof Petar Popovski, Aalborg University
  • Prof Tommy Svensson, Chalmers Univ. of Technology
  • Prof Osvaldo Simeone, King’s College London
  • Prof Stefano Buzzi, Univ. of Cassino
  • Dr Ricard Vilalta, CTTC
  • Dr Vasilis Friderikos, King’s College London

Confirmed industry speakers:

  • Dr Mikael Fallgren, Ericsson Research
  • Dr Taimoor Abbas, Volvo car corporation
  • Dr Konstantinos Manolakis, Huawei Research Europe
  • Dr Efstathios Katranaras, Sequans
  • Dr Apostolos Kousaridas, Huawei Research Europe
  • TBD, Nokia Bell-Lab

Below is the registration link and further details:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/summer-school-on-5g-v2x-communications-tickets-44975964320

PIMRC 2018 Special Session SS4: Deterministic Propagation Modelling and Channel Characterization for 5G and Future Wireless Systems – CALL FOR PAPERS

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PIMRC 2018 Special Session SS4: Deterministic Propagation Modelling and Channel Characterization for 5G and Future Wireless Systems

Date: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday,  September 10-12 (depending on overall schedule).

Special Session Organiser(s): Enrico M. Vitucci, University of Bologna, Italy; Conor Brennan, Dublin City University, Ireland; Katsuyuki Haneda, Aalto University, Finland.

Motivation and Background

Understanding of main radio propagation mechanisms is fundamental to the development of deterministic and physics-based propagation models, which are essential for the design and simulation of wireless systems. In particular, a thorough characterization of the major propagation phenomena at different frequencies is necessary in order to provide reliable channel models able to support the continuous evolution of wireless systems beyond 5G, where the increase in the number of frequency bands (ranging from centimeter to millimeter waves) and in the bandwidth (over hundreds of MHz), the use of highly directional and three-dimensional antenna arrays (beamforming and massive MIMO), and the variety of new application scenarios, attract attention as compared to legacy wireless systems. In this context deterministic models, such as ray-based and full-wave propagation models, have been gaining much more popularity than in the past, thanks to their intrinsic capability to provide a full characterization of radio propagation channel in the time, angular, and polarization domains. The computation times are no longer a problem with modern computers which can fully exploit the potential of parallel computing, either using multi-core CPUs or graphical accelerators (GPUs). Deterministic models can also be used for a variety of applications, including the design and planning of mobile radio systems and services, fingerprinting and multipath-based localization methods, and real-time optimization of wireless systems. This Special Session aims at collecting activities and insights about recent development of enhanced ray-based propagation channel modeling methods and their applications, and is supported by the COST Action CA15104 IRACON.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Propagation assessment and radio channel characterization in the 5G bands (below and above 6 GHz)
  • Double-directional characterization of mm-wave channels through simulation and measurements
  • Development of new physics-based propagation models based on the combination of different approaches, such as ray-tracing, full wave, and hybrid modelling techniques
  • Computationally efficient field prediction models, taking advantage of parallel computing and graphical accelerators (GPUs)
  • Exploitation of deterministic models for localization (e.g. fingerprinting based TDOA localization, multipath-assisted localization, etc.)

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit technical papers of their previously unpublished work. Accepted special session papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings and will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Papers should be submitted via EDAS; the links are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org under “Authors”. Papers should follow the same Author guidelines of the general symposium, which are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/authors/submission-guidelines/.

 

Key Dates

Paper submission: May 18, 2018

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018

Final paper due: June 29, 2018


 

 

PIMRC 2018 Workshop W7: Millimetre Wave Communications – CALL FOR PAPERS

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PIMRC 2018 Workshop W7: Millimetre Wave Communications

Date: Sunday, September 9 Time: 9.00 – 17.30
Workshop Organiser(s): Lead Chairs Dr. Haris Pervaiz, 5GIC, University of Surrey, UK Prof. Reiner S. Thomä, TU Ilmenau, Germany
Co-Chairs Dr. Shahid Mumtaz, Instituto de Telecomunicações Aveiro, Portugal Prof. Mohsen Guizani, University of Idaho, USA Dr. Bruno Clerckx, Imperial College London, UK Prof. Vittorio Degli Esposti, Università di Bologna Prof. Muhammad Ali Imran, University of Glasgow, UK Moray Rumney, Keysight Technologies Ltd.
TPC Co-Chairs: Dr. Leila Musavian, University of Essex, UK
Publicity Chair: Dr. Oluwakayode Onireti, University of Glasgow, UK Dr. Nikolas Thomos, University of Essex, UK

Motivation and Background
Cellular communication systems have historically undergone a revolution about once a decade, driven by a combination of technological advances that demand a paradigm shift (e.g., an entirely new standard) to realize, and market demands that render the existing standards unsustainable. This trend implies (consistent with industry consensus) that “5G” will begin to be standardized in a few years’ time, commercialized around 2020, with widespread adoption by 2025. Now is the time for serious research on the future of 5G. However, there is a fundamental challenge that needs to be addressed: 5G must support much (100-1000x) higher data rates, while current systems are already very close to the point-to-point Shannon limit. We believe that there are dominantly three methods to get several orders of magnitude throughput gain: (i) extreme densification of networks, (ii) large quantities of bandwidth, and (iii) many more antennas in the spatial domain.

In a rare twist of luck, these three methods are complementary in many respects. Large bandwidth requires going to higher frequencies, especially to the promising millimeter wavelength spectrum (“mmWave”, which is for carrier frequencies between 30-300 GHz). These high frequencies require many antennas to compensate for the severe path losses of mmWave frequencies. Furthermore, higher frequencies need smaller cells to overcome blocking and pathloss, while the same channel characteristics (path loss and blocking) make the interference due to cell densification decay quickly. Thus, mmWave communication can naturally combine plausible ways mentioned above for 5G, which makes it a promising candidate to achieve orders of magnitude throughput gain.

Part I: PHY and MAC Layer Challenges and Innovations Although the potential of mmWave communication is exciting, the challenges facing a dense urban/rural mmWave based cellular network are barely understood. Hence, to make mmWave communication reality for dense urban environment, there are many questions and challenges that must be addressed. An inherent property of mmWave is that it is more likely to work under light-of-sight (LOS) dominant environment due to its severe path loss, however, in actual wireless communication cellular networks, strong blockages usually exist. Such environment makes the mmWave systems unstable since they will be exhibiting a high probability of outage. The multiplexing gains demonstrated by large antennas at cellular spectrum are harder to obtain at mmWave, since there are fewer users per cell. In addition, with hundreds of antennas deployed by the base station, the hardware complexity and energy consumption become a challenging problem. For example, one antenna needs one dedicated radio frequency (RF) chain in existing wireless systems. If we directly extend such architecture to mmWave communication, the hardware complexity and energy consumption will be prohibitively high. As a result, new system design tailored to mmWave communication is of utmost importance. These issues span the breadth of communication theory and engineering, from modulation, equalization, interference management and testbed implementation to antenna design and RF/analog/ baseband processing. The main goal of this workshop is to explore the new ideas of mmWave communication and capture its current advancement.

Part II: Millimetre Wave Propagation Measurement and Channel Modelling The work in 3GPP to define channel models for the development of the 5G New radio (NR) air interface is ongoing. 3GPP published the Study on channel models for frequencies from 0.5 to 100 GHz in March 2017 providing a framework for system level and link level channel models. However, besides of the 10 times higher frequencies compared to conventional radio, we may have about 100 times more bandwidth and 100 times more antennas per array. Moreover, as 3GPP is focusing on static geometry requirements, these models will fail to validate link and system performance in sparse and dynamic mmWave channels. There are also not enough representative measurements of directional wideband channels in dynamic environments available. The aim of this workshop is to discuss new mmWave modelling insights and paradigms, which have to be considered beyond the current status at 3GPP. The workshop is convened by the European COST CA15104 framework “Inclusive Radio Communication Networks for 5G and beyond (IRACON)” which hosts a discussion platform on channel modelling since many years.

Selected Papers accepted for the workshop will be considered for publication on a forthcoming IEEE Access Special Section on mmWave and Terahertz Propagation Measurements, Modeling and Applications.

Tentative Keynote Speakers:
• Channel Modelling and Spatial Performance Requirements for 3GPP mmWave New Radio, Moray Rumney, Keysight Technologies Ltd [40 min] moray_rumney@keysight.com

• Mohammad Shikh-Bahaei, Kings College London, UK [25 min] m.sbahaei@kcl.ac.uk

• 5G-MiEdge, Valerio Frascolla, Intel Mobile Communications, Neubiberg, Germany [40 min] valerio.frascolla@intel.com

• Self-organising the ultra-dense cellular networks working on mmWave technologies, Muhammad Imran, University of Glasgow, UK [25 min] Muhammad.Imran@glasgow.ac.uk

Therefore, the main goal of this workshop is to explore the new ideas of mmWave communication and capture its current advancement. This workshop will bring together academic and industrial researchers to identify and discuss technical challenges and recent results related to mmWave communications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Information theoretic issues of mmWave Communication • Novel waveform for mmWave Communication • 3D beamforming for mmWave Communication • Channel estimation techniques for mmWave Communication • Modulation and energy efficiency for mmWave Communication • MAC layer design for mmWave Communication • Interference management for mmWave Communication • Mobility management in mmWave Communication • Random matrix theory and mmWave analysis of wireless communication systems • Backhaul transmissions for mmWave Massive MIMO • System-level modelling in mmWave Communication • Antenna and RF transceiver for mmWave Systems • Architecture experimental demonstrations, tests and performance characterization of mmWave systems • Standardization and business models for mmWave Communication • Channel modelling paradigms for millimetre wave communications • Deterministic and stochastic principles for millimetre wave cannel modelling • Does PHY design influence channel modelling paradigms? • Identify relevant millimetre wave propagation scenarios for eV2X • Results and challenges in millimetre wave channel sounding • Measurement based estimation of link- and system-level performance figures

Submission Guidelines
Prospective authors are invited to submit technical papers of their previously unpublished work. Accepted workshop papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings and will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Papers should be submitted via EDAS; the links are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org under “Authors”. Papers should follow the same Author guidelines of the general symposium, which are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/authors/submission-guidelines/.

Key Dates

Paper submission: May 18, 2018

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018

Final paper due: June 29, 2018

The same may apply also to other PIMRC-workshops:

http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/program/workshops/

PIMRC 2018 Special Session SS2: UAVs for Future Wireless Networks – CALL FOR PAPERS

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Date: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday,  September 10-12 (depending on overall schedule).

Special Session Organiser: Chiara Buratti, University of Bologna

Motivation and Background

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, are expected to become an integral part of our daily life as the tendency is to make UAVs increasingly smaller, cheaper and smarter. Nowadays, UAVs have been mostly adopted for outdoor applications in rural and mountains areas, as for precision agriculture, surveillance or for emergency events.

UAVs can be regarded as terminal devices connected in the ubiquitous network, where possibly other UAVs are communicating, navigated, controlled in real-time and beyond line-of-sight. Connectivity to UAVs can be provided via 5G or other Internet of Things (IoT) technologies (Internet of UAVs).

More recently, they have been proposed as Flying Base Stations for future wireless networks. Indeed, 5G networks, will be characterised by a massive density of nodes, requiring an high degree of network flexibility much higher than in the past. This can be achieved by mounting base stations over UAVs and letting them fly when and where it is needed, helping the terrestrial base stations and improving coverage and capacity.

This Special Session solicits the submission of high-quality and unpublished papers that aim to solve open technical problems and challenges typical of future wireless communications for UAVs, considering both, UAVs as terminal of the IoT and base stations of the mobile radio networks. Theoretical and experimental studies are encouraged.

This Special Session is organized in the framework of the COST Action CA15104, IRACON, and in particular by the Experimental Working Group on Internet of Things, having a specific interest in UAV-aided wireless networks for beyond 5G networks.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

– Network architectures for UAV communications

  – Optimal placement/paths design for UAVs
– Wireless Communications for the Internet of UAVs – Optimal placement/paths design for UAVs
– Ad-hoc networking, routing and meshing of UAV networks  – Multi-antenna systems for UAV communications
– Field-trials and prototyping for UAV communications – Radio Resource Management for UAV communications
– Simulation studies of UAV communications – Cooperation among UAVs and inter-UAV communications
– Theoretical frameworks for UAV communications  – Low-delay control techniques and methods of UAVs

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit technical papers of their previously unpublished work. Accepted special session papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings and will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Papers should be submitted via EDAS; the links are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org under “Authors”. Papers should follow the same Author guidelines of the general symposium, which are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/authors/submission-guidelines/.

 

Key Dates

Paper submission: May 18, 2018

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018

Final paper due: June 29, 2018


 

 

PIMRC 2018: Workshop & Special Session on UAVs – CALL FOR PAPERS

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PIMRC 2018 Workshop W2: UAV Communications for 5G and Beyond

Date: Sunday, September 9. Time: 9.00 – 17.30

Workshop Organiser(s): Chiara Buratti, University of Bologna (Italy); Adrian Garcia-Rodriguez, Nokia Bell Labs (Ireland); Gianluigi Ferrari, University of Parma (Italy); Ming Ding, Data61, CSIRO (Australia)

Motivation and Background

All but unheard of until just recently, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are now envisioned to shape the future of technology. They are among the best candidates to automate emergency search-and-rescue missions, enable crowd management and parcel delivery, and act as relays to provide cellular coverage extension and ad-hoc capacity boost.

Terrestrial cellular networks are well positioned to provide a communication link towards UAVs flying up to an altitude of few hundred meters. Indeed, the 3GPP has been gathering industrial players to enhance cellular support for aerial vehicles. Although connecting UAVs through cellular technologies has key potential advantages – such as reusing existing network infrastructure and spectrum resources – it also involves important challenges that need to be addressed. Simultaneously, the academic community is providing a large number of analytical studies to assess the potential of using UAVs as mobile base stations. This is because UAVs enable flexible networks since they can fly when and where it is needed, helping the terrestrial base stations to improve coverage and capacity. However, UAVs may also present a new threat to citizen safety, and the development of methods to enable a fast, reliable, and autonomous detection of malicious UAVs is essential.

This workshop will bring together academic and industrial experts in the field of UAVs and, part of it, is inspired by the COST Action CA15104 IRACON. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

– Network architectures for UAV communications                      – Cyber security and physical security of UAV communications

– Optimal placement/paths design for UAV base stations          – Multi-antenna systems for UAV communications

– Field-trials and prototyping for UAV communications              – Radio channel models for inter- and intra-UAV communications

– Simulation studies of UAV communications                               – Theoretical frameworks for the analysis of UAV communications

– Radio Resource Management for UAV communications         – Cooperation among UAVs and inter-UAV communications

– Spectrum sensing techniques for UAVs detection                    – Machine learning and signal processing techniques for UAVs

– Tracking and Localization techniques using UAVs                     – Regulations, and standardization for UAV communications

Keynote speakers

Prof. Rui Zhang, National University of Singapore (Singapore)

Dr. Davide Dardari, University of Bologna (Italy)

Prof. Roberto Verdone, University of Bologna (Italy)

 

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit technical papers of their previously unpublished work. Accepted workshop papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings and will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Papers should be submitted via EDAS; the links are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org under “Authors”. Papers should follow the same Author guidelines of the general symposium, which are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/authors/submission-guidelines/.

 

Key Dates

Paper submission: May 18, 2018

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018

Final paper due: June 29, 2018


Steering/Technical Committee

Dr. Giovanni Geraci, Nokia Bell Labs (Ireland)                                            Dr. Emil Björnson, Linköping University (Sweden)

Prof. Mahbub Hassan, UNSW (Australia)                                                    Dr. Lorenzo Galati Giordano, Nokia Bell Labs (Ireland)

PIMRC 2018 Special Session Papers SS11: Spectrum management for 5G systems: reference models and field trials – CALL FOR PAPERS

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PIMRC 2018 Special Session SS11

Spectrum management for 5G systems: reference models and field trials

Date: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, September 10-12 (depending on overall schedule)

Special Session Organiser(s): Sana Salous – Durham University (UK), Marina Barbiroli – University of Bologna (Italy)

Motivation and Background

The growth of commercial wireless broadband services, including smart phones, tablet and computers, the increase in scientific and governmental operations using radio frequency, and IoT wireless solutions have greatly boosted the demand for spectrum. At the same time, the economic value of spectrum has increased more than 25% in the last year. However, since the amount of spectrum is limited, there is concern about ensuring adequate access to an ever-increasing number of concurring services and applications. In this respect, the usage of high-frequency bands, such as the well-known mm-waves, shows a high potential and is envisaged to help meeting future spectrum needs in a timely manner, also enabling the full transition of mobile system to 5G.

Recent studies and research, which rely also on trials and experiments across the world, including recent 5G pilots, have considerably progressed knowledge for the development of novel spectrum management paradigms. Innovative reference models have been set up to show how spectrum can be fully utilized and wireless networks can be rapidly and fruitfully deployed, maximizing spectrum efficiency, creating new opportunities for sharing and ensuring a higher degree of flexibility.

The special session will address how novel spectrum management paradigms, capable to ensure higher efficiency and flexibility, can fully benefit from studies, experiments and research carried out in academia and industry. The session will focus on reference models to open up spectrum and successfully achieve the transition to 5G, derived from field trials, measurement campaigns, and simulations. Such reference models may also deal with different 5G use cases.

Keynote speaker

Dr. Reza Arefi (Intel)

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

reference models for spectrum management

field trials

on-field measurements

system simulations

5G use cases

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are invited to submit technical papers of their previously unpublished work. Accepted special session papers will be part of the Conference Proceedings and will be uploaded to IEEE Xplore. Papers should be submitted via EDAS; the links are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org under “Authors”. Papers should follow the same Author guidelines of the general symposium, which are available at http://pimrc2018.ieee-pimrc.org/authors/submission-guidelines/.

 

KEY DATES

Paper submission: May 18, 2018

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018

Final paper due: June 29, 2018

PIMRC 2018 Special Session on “Electromagnetic Exposure in 5G Networks” – CALL FOR PAPERS

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Dear colleagues,
as you surely know PIMRC 2018 will be hosted in Bologna next September. In its framework, my colleagues of FUB will organise a Special Session on Electromagnetic Exposure in 5G Networks.

As the next generation of mobile communications technologies is being developed, regulators are once again faced with new challenges posed by the innovative 5G radio access networks, including EMF exposure and the related health effects. The Special Session will be focussed on technical and regulatory innovative topics on 5G electromagnetic exposures and will address existing EMF exposure models to invite enhancements for their application to 5G networks, as well as explore necessary improvements to the exposure measurement methodology towards timely 5G deployments.

This topic requires consideration and attention from the research and industrial communities, because a wrong approach to it could jeopardise timely roll-out of new networks and services.

Therefore, if you have some cutting edge research results to share with the international research community, you may want to consider presenting it at this special sessionRelevant information HERE.

Bologna offers an old city centre with its enchanting middle-ages atmosphere, the oldest university in the Western world, a bent for good food and pleasant life and in September you may expect comfortably warm but not sultry weather. All this comes as a bonus included in the subscription package! So, what are you waiting for?

KEY DATES
Paper submission: May 18, 2018
Acceptance notification: June 15, 2018
Final paper due: June 29, 2018

Should you have any questions or doubts, please do not hesitate to contact myself and Claudia Carciofi (ccarciofi@fub.it), who is the coordinating the session organisation.

Kind regards,
Paolo

Paolo Grazioso Fondazione Ugo Bordoni

Opening for 3 PHD researchers in wireless communication systems

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Project description

The University of Brussels (ULB) is hiring three Ph.D. candidates in the field of wireless communications in the context of the MUSE-WINET project.

The Ph.D. projects will investigate the interactions and synergies that exist between wireless communication and wireless localization. More precisely, we will investigate how communication waveform design can be adapted to meet synchronization and localization objectives. Conversely, it will be investigated how precise geo-location can be exploited to increase communication capacity. The PhD researchers will have to design novel techniques, waveforms and algorithms to meet these objectives. The methods will be validated by simulation and by implementing them on a proof-of-concept demonstrator using a software-defined radio testbed.

MUSE-WINET is a joint project between ULB, UCLouvain, KULeuven and UGhent, involving 14 professors and about 20 researchers. The overarching goal of this research project is the understanding and subsequent exploitation of the fundamental performance trade-offs and synergies achievable between the different services supported by a MUlti-SErvice WIreless NETwork (MUSE-WINET) thanks to the optimization of the radio and computational resources according to a cross-service (X-service) paradigm. The three PhDs will be conducted in the Wireless Communications Group (Prof. Ph. De Doncker, expert in channel modelling and uncertainty analysis, and Prof. F. Horlin, expert in signal processing for digital communications) and the Embedded Electronics group of ULB’s School of Engineering (Prof. F. Quitin, expert in hardware implementation).

Required skills

  • A MSc in electrical engineering, computer science or applied mathematics, preferably with a focus on telecommunications
  • Knowledge of signal processing techniques and wireless systems
  • Experience with at least two of the following:
    • C/C++ or Python
    • VHDL/Verilog
    • Matlab/Simulink
    • Labview
  • A willingness to learn and a can-do attitude
  • Knowledge of French and/or English
  • Experience with software-defined radios is a plus

To apply

Send an email with a detailed CV, course transcript and motivation letter before April 15th to Prof. François Quitin (fquitin@ulb.ac.be). Short-listed candidates will be contacted for a phone or in-person interview. Positions will remain opened until filled.

PhD opportunities with the UK EPSRC CDT in Communications (University of Bristol)

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For a quick overview watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WVwXQdehaE&feature=youtu.be

Programme description, training opportunities and funding details can be found at http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cdt-communications/prospective-postgraduates/opportunities.html

 

Kind regards

Mark, Evangelos and Suzanne

 

Professor Mark Beach

Communication Systems & Networks Research Group

Manager, CDT in Communications

Research Impact Director

Merchant Venturers Building

University of Bristol

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Bristol. BS8 1UB

Email: M.A.Beach@Bristol.ac.uk  Tel: +44 117 954 5190

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