Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Two Post-Docs in Paris

Jerome Bobin let me know of these two postdoc positions:

Two post-doctoral positions (18 months), signal and image processing at CEA Saclay.
Two postdoctoral positions will be open at CEA Saclay in the area of signal and image processing to work in the data analysis group of Jean-Luc Starck. The candidates will work on sparse representations of multivalued (multi/hyper-spectral, etc ...) data for different applications such as (semi)-blind source separation, target detection/identification and compressed sensing.
Candidates should have a PhD in signal/image processing or applied mathematics. Previous experience in sparse representations (wavelets, curvelets, etc ...) and source separation is preferred but experience in related areas is also suitable.
The positions are funded for 18 months. The gross income salary will be 34,000€ annually (~2,260€), and will be adjusted according to experience and family situation. 
The usual funding support of any French institution (medical insurance, etc) is included. Applicants are requested to send a CV, a list of publications and a brief statement of research interests. This material together with two letters of reference should be sent by the closing date to jbobin@cea.fr
The closing date for receipt of applications is :
  • March 1st, 2012 for the first post-doctoral position
  • September, 1st 2012 for the second post-doctoral position

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