The Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL) of the Foundation for
research and Technology Hellas (FORTH), in the framework of the project
METATHERM, (Call: HORIZON-EIC-2021-TRANSITION-CHALLENGES-01, GA ID
101058284), funded under European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive
Agency, is seeking to recruit one master student on zero power wireless sensor
nodes and one research assistant.
Building an IoT implementation using sensors and in house developed zero power
Circuit development and automation prototyping necessary to implement a novel
Zero power wireless sensor relay and information platform.
Organisation/Company: Foundation for Research and Technology
Department: Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL)
Organisation Type: Research Laboratory
Website: https:// www. iesl.forth.gr
Street: N. Plastira 100Vassilika Vouton711 10 HeraklionCreteGreece
The candidate will perform teaching and research activities in the Institute
of Electronic Systems, in the areas of microprocessor techniques and digital
The candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of
will explore novel RF/digital signal circuit design for mMIMO embedded system
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