EURECOM's Communication Systems Department, one of Europe's premier research labs in communications and networking, invites applications at PhD levels. The position is to be filled ASAP. The position is as part of the Networks of the Future PEPR supported by the French National Agency for Research (ANR) with a focus on the Foundations of Communication Networks.
EURECOM is looking for a highly motivated and talented PhD student to join our dynamic research team. Under the supervision of Prof. Massimiliano Todisco, this project represents a landmark in the field of technological innovation in speech technologies. The main objective is to address and solve two of the most urgent challenges in the field of speech and voice technologies: the critical need for increased privacy and the optimisation of energy efficiency.
The selected candidate will conduct fundamental research in the areas of Quantum Information, Quantum Statistics, Quantum Learning and Classical Information Theory, broadly specified. Topics include but are not limited to 1) One-shot quantum information theory, 2) Quantum PAC Learning, 3) Error Exponents and Renyi Divergences, 4) Classical Information Theory, among others.
EURECOM is seeking a highly motivated and talented PhD student to join our research team under the supervision of Prof. Antonio Faonio. The selected candidate will work on a challenging and innovative research project focused on zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) and their applications in cloud scenarios. The primary objectives of this position are to advance the state-of-the-art in ZKPs, with a particular emphasis on zkSNARKs, and to explore novel applications of such protocols.
Wireless communications and computer vision have evolved as separate scientific areas. However, with the advent of new sensor technologies and AI-based signal processing algorithms in both telecommunication and computer vision, new joint studies are now possible . For examples, wireless communications could benefit from visual data to prevent blockage whereas computer vision could gain robustness against occlusions if helped by radio-based imaging.
In the context of a running Horizon Europe project, CoreNext https://www.barkhauseninstitut.org/en/corenext-trustworthiness-and-sustainability-for-6g, EURECOM is engaged alongside academic and industrial partners to devise EU-sovereign computing and communications technologies for 5G/6G disaggregated networking components.
We are looking for a talented Ph.D. candidate to help us advance state of the art in data-intensive systems design. The candidate will be embedded in the Data Science department at EURECOM, and will be supervised by Dr. Raja Appuswamy.