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Reference : UMR8506-STEDOU-014
Workplace : GIF SUR YVETTE
Date of publication : Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 3 January 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2743 and 3896€ monthly gross salary depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
Candidate will be working within the European project "RISE-6G" by developing research on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces for wireless networks.
Visions and plans on forthcoming B5G/6G networks have begun, aiming to provide flexible connect-compute technologies to support future innovative services and uses cases. Considering the 2030 horizon, B5G/6G networks are intended to create the basis for human-centred smart societies and vertical industries. To this end, innovation is expected to: (a) support the long-term sustainable transformation of networks into a distributed smart connectivity infrastructure, where new terminal types are embedded in the daily environment; (b) provide the end-to-end connectivity-computation system with the higher flexibility and dynamism needed to accommodate the ever-evolving and heterogeneous nature of future applications, regulations and specific user-/service-/location-based needs.
The RISE-6G vision capitalises on the latest advances on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) technology for radio wave propagation control, in order to substantially improve them and, to conceive and implement intelligent, sustainable and dynamically programmable wireless environments that go well beyond the 5G capabilities developed under 3G PPP release 16.
To this end, RISE-6G objectives are to (i) define novel network architectures and operation strategies incorporating multiple RISs; (ii) characterise its fundamental limits capitalizing on our proposed realistic and validated radio wave propagation models; (iii) design solutions to enable online trade between high-capacity connectivity, Energy Efficiency, EMF exposure, and localisation accuracy based on dynamically programmable wireless propagation environments, while accommodating specific legislation and regulation requirements on spectrum use, data protection, and EMF emission; and (iv) prototype-benchmark proposed innovation via two complementary trials with verticals.
RISE-6G project is poised to actively participate in standardisation bodies and bring its technically advanced vision into the planned industrial exploitation. This will secure the European technology leadership, supporting the creation of new European-conceived service and business opportunities in the B5G/6G global race.
RISE-6G will design, prototype, and trial radical technological advances based on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs) to forge a new generation of dynamically programmable wireless propagation environments. This will support dynamic adaptation to future stringent and highly varying B5G/6G service requirements in terms of Electromagnetic Field (EMF) emissions, localisation accuracy, Energy Efficiency (EE), secrecy guarantees, as well as legislation and regulation changes, while incurring minimal connect-compute network redesign and reconfiguration costs.
The activities are the following
- Electromagnetic modeling of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces
- Validation of the models by using electromagnetic simulations
- Analytical and simulation analysis of the performance
> Very good knowledge of electromagnetics and physics of antennas
> Very good knowledge of tools for electromagnetic simulation
> Very good knowledge of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces
> Very good research and publication records.
The research activity will be developed under the auspices of the project RISE-6G, funded by Europe within the L2S Lab.
The L2S is located in CentraleSupelec campus at Gif Sur Yvette and counts about 240 people including 125PhD and postdocs.
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