The EU-ITN project ENLIGT’EM (https://enlightem.eu/) is now recruiting 15 early stage researchers (ESRs) to work on a diverse range of challenges in visible light communications/LiFi. Two of these positions, ESR 1.1 and ESR 2.1, are now available in the LiFi Research & Development Centre, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh.
The School of Engineering is seeking a Research Associate to work on the signal processing for wireless networks research. The successful candidate will undertake research on signal processing and information-theoretic study of full-duplex radio and NOMA systems.
This Research Associate position arises through the award £28m from the UKRI’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to allow the Quantum Imaging Hub (Quantic) to continue its research, over the next five years.
PhD student Xioayan (Alan) Shi recently won Best Student Paper at the UK-China Emerging Technologies Conference which took place at the University of Glasgow on 21-22 August 2019. Xioayan is studying for a joint PhD degree with our School and Beihang University in China.
The School of Engineering is part of a network of leading UK universities and international industry bodies aiming to accelerate the switch to green energy and propulsion across road, rail, sea and air freight modes. Three academics from our School are representing the University of Edinburgh in the network: Dr Ignazio Maria Viola who is Co-Investigator on the project, alongside Professor Steve Finney and Professor Markus Müller – all from the School’s Institute for Energy Systems (IES).