A research associate position for 30 months is available on the University Defence Research Collaboration (UDRC) phase 3 project jointly funded by EPSRC and UK Ministry of Defence. This research associate position will contribute to the UDRC3 under work package 2.2, and will work within the Institute for Digital Communications at the University of Edinburgh.
The University of Edinburgh is one of four Universities within a Scottish and Northern Ireland consortium that has successfully attained a £4 million grant to improve information superiority for the Ministry of Defence.
Dr Iain Scott has been awarded a Silver Medal from the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) for his contribution to Leonardo’s Vixen-E family of Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) airborne radars.
Dr Javier Escudero and Dr Hamed Azami from the Institute for Digital Communications (IDCOM), in collaboration with Dr Alberto Fernández (from the Laboratory of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, Spain) have received the prestigious Nightingale Award for the best paper published in 2017 in Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing.
Two postdoctoral research associate positions for 24 months in the first instance are available to work with Professor Mike Davies and his team on the ERC Advanced grant project, C-SENSE (Exploiting Low Dimensional Models in Sensing, Computation and Processing).
A research associate position for 24 months in the first instance is available on the ERC Advanced grant project, C-SENSE led by Professor Mike Davies. This project aims to make new theoretical advances in the use of low dimensional data models for compressive signal processing and learning, including detection, classification and estimation.
Institute for Digital Communications is seeking a Research Associate to work on the signal processing for wireless networks research funded by the EPSRC, for 24 months. The selected applicant will undertake research on signal processing and information-theoretic study of 5G radio systems.
Institute for Digital Communications is seeking a Research Associate to work on the signal processing for wireless networks research funded by the EPSRC, for 6 months. The selected applicant will undertake research on signal processing and information-theoretic study of 5G radio systems.