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Job Description

Applications are invited for PhD studentships in signal processing techniques. These studentships are funded by the CNPq/CAPES research councils in Brazil. The topic of the project is open in the broad area of signal processing techniques. Potential topics include:
- Data science algorithms
- Array signal processing: beamforming, direction finding and localization
- Detection and estimation algorithms
- Sparsity-aware and compressive sensing algorithm

The application areas are: wireless communications, data science, wireless sensor networks, internet of things (IoT) and radar and sonar systems

Deadline for application: 25th November 2019
Start date: early March 2020

The activities will involve the development of system and signal models using linear algebra, simulation tools, development signal processing algorithms and analytical approaches.

This is an exciting international opportunity for a candidate with (or expecting) an MSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering or related areas who wishes to pursue a PhD programme. The requisite for the application is to have very good grades (GPA > 70%), dedication and passion for research. The successful candidate will be based at PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will colaborate with national partners and visit international partners, and is expected to attend international conferences and collaborate extensively with international experts.

The scholarships are open to everyone and the scholarship is abt US$ 700 per month. Additional funding might be available with industrial projects requiring extra 4-6 hours per week.

Applicants should send an up to date CV with photo, a one-page personal statement, transcripts, full contact details (including email addresses) of 2 referees and publications to:

Prof. Rodrigo C. de Lamare, PUC-Rio -

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Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
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Rio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Closing Date
Nov. 25, 2019