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Open Positions at Communication Systems

Ph.D. students (doktorander)

The division is continuously looking for highly motivated, accomplished students who have interested in the graduate (Ph.D.) education. Our main research fields are described here.

Candidates should have a M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent (E, F, Y, D), with a strong background in mathematics. We offer both projects of highly mathematical nature, and more practical work towards electronics and implementation. Ph.D. students in the division are normally employed by the university (monthly salary) and spend 80% of their time on research and 20% on departmental duties (mainly assisting with undergraduate and master level education).

To indicate interest, please send an email to Prof. Erik G. Larsson with a personal letter and CV, grades (complete scanned transcripts of B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees), and master thesis/publications, if available. Applications are being reviewed continuously. Please use PDF/ZIP format. Incomplete letters, or emails that contain MS-Word attachments, may be discarded.

Postdoctoral researcher

We are continuously looking for postdoctoral researchers to join our division. The candidate should have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or equivalent and an outstanding publication record.

To apply, please send a brief personal letter, CV, grades, and publications by email, in PDF format, to Prof. Erik G. Larsson. Applications are being reviewed continuously.

Teaching assistants (Lektionsassistenter)

On occasion we have open positions for teaching assistants (lektionsassistenter) in our undergraduate courses. The candidate must have outstanding grades and must be fluent in Swedish. The work is paid on an hourly basis according to ISYs standard remuneration policy. To indicate interest, please send CV and grade transcripts to Prof. Erik G. Larsson. Applications are being reviewed continuously.

Master Thesis

We offer master thesis projects to be performed in the department. Please see "master thesis" in the menu to the left for more information.


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Last updated: 2016 05 27   09:43