Senior Lecturer position at the Division of Communications Engineering at the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University.
Wireless systems are usually a prerequisite for cooperative autonomous systems. The best performance is obtained by joint, sometimes distributed, optimization of one or more simultaneous cost functions. Part of the subject area specifically concerns wireless autonomous systems where consideration is given both to the characteristics of the wireless link and to the autonomous process to be controlled. The second part concerns optimization of the autonomous wireless system itself. The complexity of today’s wireless systems is high, and development is therefore moving towards greater elements of autonomy and self-configuration even in the network itself. Future wireless systems are expected to be more adaptive to the application area, but also to the environment they are in and able to learn what it looks like. The subject area therefore spans the sub-areas of optimization, machine learning, distributed synchronization, control of wireless networks, and control via wireless networks.
Work duties include:
- Research within the subject area.
- Teaching in the first, second and third cycles of studies.
- Supervision of degree projects and doctoral students.
- Actively seeking external research funding.
- Collaboration with industry and wider society.
- Administration related to the work duties listed above.
- Contribution to Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP)’s broader goals in research, education, and external collaboration.