Multimedia / Visiting Research Scientist - Signal Processing

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · MM · MM26 expand job description ↓

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MERL invites applications for a one-year postdoc in the area of signal processing, with particular emphasis on signal acquisition and active sensing technologies. Applicants are expected to hold a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or a closely related field.

The successful candidate will have an extensive signal processing background and familiarity with related techniques, such as compressive sensing and convex optimization. Specific experience with wave propagation or PDE constrained inverse problems, or with signal acquisition via ultrasonic, radio, optical or other sensing modalities, is preferred. Applicants must have a strong publication record in these areas, demonstrating novel research achievements.

Responsibilities for this position include:

  • Conduct innovative research on active sensing and signal acquisition technologies
  • Collaborate with MERL researchers in an inter-disciplinary and open work environment
  • Publish results in major international conferences and peer-reviewed journals

Position available immediately. Appointments for less than one year may also be considered.

Research Area: Multimedia

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