Ph.D. Vacancies (Fall 2014)

PostDoc Research Fellow / Research Associate (Spring 2014)

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There are only limited Ph.D. vacancies in Fall 2010 (with focus on massive MIMO, millimeter wave, robust interference mitigation and management for 5G wireless communications and network control theory). Interested candidates (ECE and Math are preferred) please submit your transcript and CV to me. I might approach you if there is a match in research interests and background.

PostDoc Research Fellow

The research lab is engaged in multi-disciplinary cutting edge research in wireless communications with interference, cross-layer resource optimization, distributive algorithm design, multi-timescale stochastic optimization, stochastic geometry as well as applications of compressed sensing in wireless communications. We have strong ties with industry in wireless communications with projects ranging from theoretical research to applied research. We have a few senior positions as follow:


The postdoc research fellow position will be contract based (1 year renewable) with attractive compensation package and good opportunity to engage in both theoretical and applied research. We would like to invite potential candidates to apply for the position. Ideal candidate should have the following attribute

  1. Ph.D. Degree (ECE or Math) in related areas - Wireless Communications, Interference Mitigation, Network Control Theory, Stochastic Control of Wireless Resource, Stochastic Approximation and Learning, Distributive Algorithms, Compressive Sensing.

  2. Strong theoretical and mathematical background is a MUST.

  3. Good publication record on top IEEE journals

  4. Strong leadership skills. Able to work independently and be a team leader for theoretical research as well as applied research projects.

  5. Project Management:- Liase and interface with companies from the industry on various applied research projects. 

Interested candidate please send your CV + one of your best publication to Prof Vincent LAU (eeknlau@ee.ust.hk).

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