A fixed-term (3 years) position for a doctoral researcher is available at the Institute of Communications Engineering, Laboratory of Signal Processing and Virtual Acoustics, University of Rostock, Germany.
The aim of the project is to acoustically localize and classify cavitation at ship propellers using multiple hydrophones.This includes the development and experimental validation of algorithms including the conception and implementation of experiments.
Key requirements: The successful applicant will have a Diploma or Master’s degree in electrical engineering. Essential skills include profund expertise in digital signal processing and acoustics. Experience in the field of hydroacoustics and machine learning, as well as prgramming skills in Python would be desirable.
The official advertisement (in German) including the application procedure is available here. Closing date for applications is 12 June 2017.