Internship: Wave-based Inverse Scattering

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · SP · 1330 expand job description ↓

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The Computational Sensing team at MERL is seeking a motivated and qualified individual to conduct research on computational imaging through scattering media under wave-based forward models. The ideal candidate should be a Ph.D. student and have a solid background and publication record in imaging inverse problems, large-scale optimization, blind inverse scattering, and/or radar imaging. Experience with experimentally measured data is desirable. Publication of the results produced during the internship is expected. The duration of the internship is anticipated to be 3-6 months. Start date is flexible.



Research Areas: Computational Sensing

Contact: Hassan Mansour


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