EPFL/LCA2 (Prof. Jean-Yves Le Boudec) is recruiting a post-doc researcher for the EPFL project on deterministic networking. This project focuses on analyzing and building networking solutions with guaranteed low delay, as is required by many new applications.
Main duties and responsibilities include
- Analysis and modelling of Time Sensitive Networking protocols and systems.
- Development of network calculus to accommodate new systems with sub-millisecond latency requirements.
- Prototype implementation of regulators in emulated environments.
- Analysis of requirements and opportunities in the mobility sector
- Participation in the lectures on networking.
- PhD in computer science, electrical engineering, communication systems, or computer engineering, with a convincing publication record
- Very good knowledge of written and spoken English (French is a plus but is not required)
- Strong background in TCP/IP networking
- Prior exposure to real-time systems or to network calculus is a plus.
- EPFL offers top research facilities and a competitive remuneration; it is an equal opportunity employer.
- The duration of employment is flexible, and is limited to 4 years by law
Start date :
To be agreed
Work rate :
Flexible, limited to 4 years
If you are interested in this position and believe that you qualify, please send a research statement, a resume, and the name, email address, and phone numbers of at least 3 reference persons to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention “Application to post-doc position Deterministic Networking” in the title of your email.