Assistant Professor in 'Optical Domain Signal Processing in Nano-cell Wireless Networks'
TU Eindhoven (TU/e) is a mid-size technical university located in the heart of the high-tech industry in the Netherlands, named the Brainport region. Eindhoven is the fifth largest city in the Netherlands, and including suburbs it has about 420,000 inhabitants. TU/e is a highly ranked university both in research and education. Our training and research programs are highly regarded and we foster close relationships with companies, organizations and research institutes in the Brainport region and beyond. Fundamental and applied research are equally valued here. The high rank of the TU/e is due to the impact of its scientific research and also to its scientific copublications with industry. TU/e is a social and inspiring university with a fine culture. You will quickly feel at home, surrounded by people who share your scientific ambitions. The TU/e currently has nine departments, with over 11,000 students in total. Department of Electrical Engineering
With almost 100 (assistant, associate and full) professors, over 200 PhD and PDEng students, about 800 Bachelor students and 300 Master students, the Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) is one of the largest departments of the TU/e. By performing top-level fundamental and applied research, offering high-quality educational programs, and maintaining strong ties with industry, EE aims to contribute to science and to innovation in and beyond the region. EE currently offers a Bachelor and Master program in Electrical Engineering and participates in several multi-disciplinary masters, such as Systems and Control, Automotive Technology and Sustainable Energy Technology, all taught fully in English. See here
for more information about the department.
The department's relationship with the high-tech industry in the Brainport region means that staff and students can contribute directly to the development of technological innovations with real-world relevance. The unique positioning in one of Europe's leading tech regions also means excellent job opportunities for spouses. Research in Electrical Engineering: ambition meets opportunity in Eindhoven
The department has identified three focus areas ('zwaartepunten')
in research in Electrical Engineering:
- Signal Processing and Imaging
- Cyber-Physical Systems
Our nine disciplinary-oriented capacity groups in the department participate in one or more of these focus areas.
This results in the following vacant position:Assistant Professor in 'Optical Domain Signal Processing in Nano-cell Wireless Networks'
This position will develop theory and design for parallel signal processing and parallel computing with optical circuits, translating electronic functionality into the photonic domain. This will achieve significant reduction in latency and in computation power, which is essential in wireless applications and high-capacity optical networks. The primary inspiration will be the neuronal parallel processing in a brain.