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Problems in electromagnetics and signal analysis originating from power engineering.
The PhD position is situated at Linnaeus University, Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Växjö.
The research group carries out research in waves and signals, a mutlidisciplinary collaboration between the areas of applied mathematics, mathematical physics and signal processing. The research focuses on electromagnetic problems relating to direct and inverse problems in science and engineering. Typical application areas are within industry and medicin such as microwave tomography, imaging, parameter estimation, detection and surveillance. The research team collaborates closely with several other research teams in Sweden, and have many international contacts.
The PhD project
The PhD position is a prestige position as part of a large grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) in a collaboration between Lund University, Stockholm University, the Royal Institute of Technology and the Linnaeus University. The project and the groups also have a close connection with Swedish industry. The overall SSF-project will have four PhD students in the subject area of "complex analysis and convex optimization for EM design", and it runs over a period of five years. There are hence very good possibilities of collaboration and exchange between these groups.
The PhD project at the Linnaeus University will be concerned with problems in electromagnetics and signal analysis originating from power engineering. In particular, the problems are relating to direct and/or inverse problems regarding the design and/or surveillance of high-voltage power cables, such as with the minimization of power losses or with fault localization. The research methods include electromagnetic modeling, numerical methods, optimization and statistical signal processing, and is aiming to increase the mathematical/physical understanding of the related direct and inverse problems, their physical limitations and optimal performance. The research will be carried out in close collaboration between the academic partners and industry, and in particular with ABB High Voltage Cables AB.
Please read more about General entry requirements, Specific entry requirements and Assessment criteria/Qualifications on our webbsite http://lnu.se/about-lnu/jobs-and-vacancies?l=en
Terms of employment
The position is a fully funded full-time appointment in five years (five years when there are 80% studies and 20% teaching duties)with the objective to obtain a PhD degree.
Please read more on how to apply and what to include in your application on our webbsite www.lnu.se under http://lnu.se/about-lnu/jobs-and-vacancies?l=en
Questions regarding the research area and the profile in particular should be directed to Professor Sven Nordebo +46 (0) 470 70 81 93. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Your application must be registered no later than 31 of August, 2014. Ref.no is: PA 2014/260-2.2.1
Please apply by clicking on the "Apply" button at the bottom of the ad. Your application should be designed according to the Template for application which can be found in the Guide to Appointment procedures under attachments on the right. The credentials you invoke must be verified with certification and they must be attached digitally in your application. Other documents, including various types of scientific works, must be submitted digitally along with the application. The application and other documents to be marked with the reference number. All documents cited must be received by the University no later than 24.00 on the closing day.
Kontaktpersoner på detta företaget
Lena Larsson, Prefekt
0480-44 67 11
Helena Birath, Personalkonsult
0480-44 73 81
Erik Elheim, Personalkonsult
Bärbel Westphal, Prefekt
Linda Reneland Forsman, Prefekt
Joakim Krantz, Studierektor för forskarutbildningen
Karolina Österdahl, Personalkonsult
Peter Karlsudd, Professor