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We are looking for a highly qualified researcher to join the LiFi Research and Development Centre. Candidates must have experience in LiFi networking research, considerable network level simulator programming skills and excellent communication skills. The post-holder will have the opportunity to work with development engineers, researchers and senior academics as well as external partners.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

040406

Closing Date: 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

We are looking for a highly qualified researcher who has experience in Li-Fi networking research, a high degree of creativity, considerable network level simulator programming skills, excellent communication and collaboration skills, and team spirit. The candidate should also have a strong appetite to develop and implement the new algorithms on existing experimental infrastructure platforms.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

037358

Closing Date: 

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Professor Harald Haas, Chair of Mobile Communications and Director of the Li-Fi Research and Development Centre and Dr Dushyantha Basnayaka, Research Associate at the Li-Fi Centre were awarded the Best Paper Award at the IEEE VTC Spring Conference in Glasgow UK for their joint paper.

IEE 2015 VTC Conference, Best Paper Award

A three year position is available in the Li-Fi Research and Development Centre Li-Fi Centre website
The Li-Fi Research and Development Centre undertakes research and development in Optical Wireless Communications and is currently involved in a number of both ESPRC and industry projects.

UoE Vacancy Ref: 

033239

Closing Date: 

Monday, June 8, 2015

Closing Date: 

Friday, March 13, 2015

Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is high speed wireless communications through light emitting diodes (LEDs). Li-Fi has first been coined by Prof.

Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings Campus, University of Edinburgh

Closing Date: 

Monday, June 1, 2015

Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is high speed wireless communications through light emitting diodes (LEDs). Li-Fi has first been coined by Prof.

Alexander Graham Bell building, King's Buildings Campus, University of Edinburgh

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