Reference : UMR6164-MARDEL-002
Workplace : RENNES
Date of publication : Friday, November 4, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 March 2023
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2800 and 4408 € gross per month (depending on experience)
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
Conduct an ambitious academic project on the implementation of a metamaterial-based wave processor for applications in artificial intelligence.
- Conception, prototyping and evaluation of metamaterial-based wave processors.
- Implementation of mathematical operations and signal-processing algorithms on wave processors.
- Writing of scientific publications.
- Presentations at international conferences.
- PhD in wave physics, electrical engineering, or related discipline (photonics, acoustics, ...).
- Strong knowledge of wave physics.
- Experience in the field of metamaterials (in a board sense).
- Experience with reconfigurable and/or non-linear wave systems (desired).
- Experience with wave chaos (desired).
- Experimental experience in the microwave domain (desired).
- Knowledge in the field of artificial intelligence (desired).
- Ability to synthesize results in written and oral formats.
- Ability to conduct oral presentations.
- Good command of the English language (reading, writing, speaking)
- Ability to write, formulate scientific projects, publish and exploit scientific results.
- Ability tp conduct collaborative work and team work.
- Autonomy, organisational skills and briefing skills.
Collaborative work environment on the local scale (collaboration with students and lab technicians) as well as on the international scale (collaborations with École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne).
The position is under the hierarchical responsibility of Dr. Philipp del Hougne (CR CNRS).
The position is part of the research line on Intelligent Wave Systems which is led by Dr. Philipp del Hougne. This research line is part of IETR's eWaves group.
Consult https://sites.google.com/view/pdelhougne/home for details on our recent works related to metamaterial-based wave processors.
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