Vacancies at CAS
Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles (ECSEL/ PRYSTINE Project)
Applications are invited for a PostDoc to conduct research and development on the creation of highly-efficient programmable hardware for sensor fusion and AI in the context of the ECSEL-funded project Programmable Systems for Intelligence in Automobiles "PRYSTINE" (ADAS). The focus will be on the design of programmable compute hardware to enable automatic driving functions, across two application targets: data fusion for robust perception; and acceleration of AI frameworks for decision making. The PostDoc will investigate the applicability of neuromorphic computing architectures, and programmable hardware fabrics, within PRYSTINE's envelope of objectives: robust perception & dependable embedded control at reduced cost and power-consumption.
Assistant/associate professor in bio electronics (tenure-track)
Assistant Professor (tenure track)
Wearable and implantable medical devices; electroceuticals
Acoustic signal processing for virtual reality applications
Recreate a virtual sound environment
Biomedical Signal Processing: Atrium Fibrillation Detection
A 192-electrode array measures heart signals. How can these be classified such that a fibrillation condition is detected?
In this project we aim to develop a hybrid optical-wireless system for accurate positioning. The project has a vacancy for a PhD student