Post-Doctoral Research Officer
||£32,548 - £34,520
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The Optical Communications Research Group in the School of Electronic Engineering, Bangor University, has established its world-wide reputation in research in optical access networks and digital signal processing (DSP), and the Group is seeking to recruit two post-doctoral researchers to conduct a research project in the area of DSP-enabled flexible spectral converters and their applications for 5G networks. The scheme has been part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government. EU Funds: Investing in Wales. The project is funded by the ERDF, and involves two industrial partners including Ciena and EFFECT Photonics.
Candidates should hold a PhD degree (or degree-equivalent) in relevant area of engineering or science and expertise in one or more of the following areas: i) DSP algorithms and their real-time FPGA-implementation, ii) optical transceiver design, optimisation and integration, iii) high-speed RF circuit design, iv) PON architectures, v) mobile networks, and vi) low-cost optical components including SOAs, RSOAs and VCSELs.
The successful candidates will be expected to commence as soon as possible and the posts are available for 36 months.
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Closing date for applications 13 May 2018.
Previous candidates for this position need not apply.
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