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A 2 year Post Doctoral research fellowship is available at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTNU, aimed at mathematical modelling within the project Controlled Tapping

processing and mathematics with researchoriented master thesis in a related field, e.g., statistical machine learning, statistical signal processing, speech technology, information theory, applied mathematics

motivated individual who has strong background in mathematics, communications, and statistical signal processing researchoriented master thesis in a related field, e.g., statistical signal processing

candidate with knowledge, academic training, or experience in one of the following fields: Computer science, mathematics, or electrical engineering where prior knowledge of the information security domain is

of the following fields: Computer science, mathematics, or electrical engineering where prior knowledge of the information security domain is highly valued. Skills and experience in mathematical modelling

of fisheries 2. Allow more precise management of fish stocks The objectives will be achieved through interaction with fishermen, collection of data from the fishing vessels, development of mathematical models

credentials, written and spoken English proficiency. Excellent knowledge in mathematics, especially in signal processing. Good experience in sensor data collection and analysis. Strong programming skills and

, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Machine Learning, (Applied) Mathematics, Statistics or equivalent education with a grade of B or better in terms of NTNU’s grading scale . Applicants with no letter

of Excellence (SFFIII) funded by the Research Council of Norway for the period 20132023. The research at CBD is crossdisciplinary, mainly in the interface between biology and mathematical sciences

responsibilities Job description The first PhD position is part of the project "Geophysics and Applied Mathematics for Exploration and Safe Production", funded by The Research Council of Norway. The main topics