The NES institute is a hub for science and innovation in networked and embedded systems. We offer opportunities for creative minds in an environment that promotes excellence and mutual appreciation. The following positions are offered to further strengthen our team.
Researcher: Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks (UWB)
We have an opening for a research project with industrial partners. The main task is to perform hands-on research in wireless, networked sensor systems for industrial applications: communications protocols, ultra-wideband (UWB) communications, and experimental performance analysis. The job advertisement is available here.
Researcher: 5G and Drones
We have an opening for a research collaboration with a major telecommunications company. The main task is to perform experimental, hands-on research in wireless communications over LTE-A and 5G for aerial robots. The position will be embedded into our Karl Popper doctoral school on networked autonomous aerial vehicles. The job advertisement is available here.
Senior Researcher in Control and Self-Organization of Networked Dynamical Systems
The Institute of Networked and Embedded Systems at the University of Klagenfurt (Austria, Europe) has a long and successful track-record in research on control and self-organization in networked dynamical systems with applications to wireless communications, robotics, transportation, and energy systems. We recently acquired a project on Self-Organizing Synchronization with Stochastic Coupling from the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and are now searching for a postdoctoral researcher in this domain. The job advertisement is available here.