Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's (LBNL) Climate & Ecosystems Division and Nuclear Science Division has an opening for a mmWave Sensing Postdoc to join the team.
In this exciting role, you will develop and implement novel sensing and networking technologies for advanced situational awareness and observations of atmospheric and geophysical properties in urban environments, as well as in natural ecosystems. The postdoc will work with a multi-disciplinary group of scientists to explore mmWave signals (e.g., in 5G networks) for field observations.
What You Will Do:
Study environmental effects (human activities, precipitation, vegetation, etc) on mmWave propagation
Develop and evaluate instrumentation for mmWave sensing (data acquisition, processing, and
Develop signal processing routines and edge computing algorithms for in-situ data processing
Conduct laboratory and field tests of the developed technology
Ability to work as a member of a large multidisciplinary research team.
(Co-) author peer-reviewed journal articles and technical reports
Additional Responsibilities as needed:
Mentor students and work with visiting faculty in their research at LBNL
What is Required:
Recent Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or a related discipline.
Experience with RF signal processing and embedded systems
Knowledge in communication technologies (e.g., 5G) and RF propagation
Proficiency in written and oral dissemination of scientific results
Ability to work independently and in collaboration in a research environment
Experience in AI/ML algorithms
Experience in mmWave technology
Requested Application Material: 1. Curriculum Vitae and publication list 2. Statement of research experience and interests. (3-page maximum, excluding figures and references) 3. Cover letter (2-page maximum) 4. List of three references (Names and contact information)
For full consideration, please apply by November 30th, 2022. This position will remain open until filled.
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This is a full-time, 2-year, postdoctoral appointment with the possibility of renewal based upon satisfactory job performance, continuing availability of funds and ongoing operational needs. You must have less than 3 years of paid postdoctoral experience. Salary for Postdoctoral positions depends on years of experience post-degree.
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Salary will be predetermined based on postdoctoral step rates.
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