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Signal & System Theory Group

Professor Peter Schreier
Universität Paderborn, Germany

Postdoctoral Research Associate (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in)

The Signal and System Theory Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Paderborn is seeking a

Postdoctoral Research Associate (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in)
(pay scale E 13 TV-L)

This is a full-time position, which is available immediately for a fixed term of two years, for acquiring additional research experience after a doctoral degree, including research management, (according to the ”WissZeitVG” law). An extension of the contract is possible within the limits set by the “WissZeitVG” law.

Your responsibilities:

You will be actively involved in the research projects of the Signal and System Theory Group and also support some of its teaching activities. Our current research interests lie in statistical signal processing, machine learning, and data science. We are particularly interested in appli-cations in wireless communications, biomedicine, and medicine. Some current project descriptions are available here.

Your profile:

You must have received an earned doctoral degree in electrical or computer engineering or a related field (such as computer science, mathematics or statistics), with an outstanding international publication record. Previous research experience in machine learning and statistical signal processing is an advantage but not required. It is most important that you are able to think analytically and enjoy tackling difficult problems. Fluency in English is required.

We offer a stimulating work environment in an international team and a highly attractive remuneration package according to pay scale E 13 TV-L of the German public service, commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Applications from women are particularly welcome and, in case of equal qualifications and experience, will receive preferential treatment according to state law (LGG). Part-time employment is generally possible. Qualified disabled people (in the sense of the German social law SGB IX) are also encouraged to apply.

Please send your application (including a cover letter, your CV, diplomas, transcripts, and contact details of at least two referees) to Prof. Peter Schreier, preferably by email: quoting the reference number 3702.

Research Associate (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in)

The Signal and System Theory Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Paderborn is seeking a

Research Associate (wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in)
(pay scale E 13 TV-L)

This is a full-time position, which is available immediately for a fixed term of one year, in order to develop scientific competences and to prepare a proposal for a doctoral dissertation (according to the ”WissZeitVG” law). An extension of the contract to complete the doctoral dissertation is possible within the limits set by the “WissZeitVG” law.

Your responsibilities:

You will be actively involved in the research projects of the Signal and System Theory Group and also support some of its teaching activities. Our current research interests lie in statistical signal processing, machine learning, and data science. We are particularly interested in applications in wireless communications, biomedicine, and medicine. Some current project descriptions are available here.

Your profile:

You must have received a Bachelor’s and Master's degree in electrical or computer engineering or a related field (such as computer science, mathematics or statistics) with good grades form a reputable university. Previous research experience in machine learning and statistical signal processing is an advantage but not required. It is most important that you are able to think analytically and enjoy tackling difficult problems. Fluency in English is required.

We offer a stimulating work environment in an international team and a highly attractive remuneration package according to pay scale E 13 TV-L of the German public service, commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Applications from women are particularly welcome and, in case of equal qualifications and experience, will receive preferential treatment according to state law (LGG). Part-time employment is generally possible. Qualified disabled people (in the sense of the German social law SGB IX) are also encouraged to apply.

Please send your application (including a cover letter, your CV, diplomas, transcripts, and contact details of at least two referees) to Prof. Peter Schreier, preferably by email: quoting the rreference number 3685.