The I2CAT Foundation is looking for a post-doc researcher with proven experience in Multimedia Systems and Computer Networks to apply for a MSCA Fellowhip in order to work on Multimedia Systems. More information about MSCA Call here.
The applicant is expected to have deep theoretical understanding and practical expertise in these fields, mainly focusing on: adaptive media delivery; multimedia protocols; network architectures; media synchronization; and playout adjustment techniques. The goal is to apply these key topics in the development of next-generation multi-media systems, in order to maximize the Quality of Service (QoS) and the perceived Quality of Experience (QoE). The areas of applicability will include distributed multi-conferencing, eXtended Reality (XR), and Immersive TV systems.
The candidate will be integrated in a consolidated team, with proven experience in these topics and in leadership of related EU projects. The work of the applicant will contribute to the tasks of active projects, but most importantly, to consolidate and advance the state-of-the-art in the mentioned areas.
The candidate must have a strong team mentality and willing to develop the research in a collaborative environment, with regular interaction with the rest of researchers in the team and with cross-disciplinary teams from other departments and partners.
The work carried out will be subject to novel proof-of-concepts and products, to knowledge transfer, to standardization and to high-impact publications.
The candidate should have proven experience and achievements, ideally including a strong publication track record.
Who we are:
i2CAT Foundation is a non-profit research and innovation centre that promotes mission oriented R&D activities on advanced Internet architectures, applications and services. The centre stands for a new open innovation framework, fostering the collaboration between companies, public administration, the academic environment and end-users.
i2CAT’s activities span the areas of Research, playing a key role in the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation; Strategic Projects, leading local initiatives that strengthen the digital policies of public administration, and Technology Transfer, fostering R&D collaboration with companies to develop innovative market-oriented solutions.
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What do we offer:
The i2CAT Foundation seeks to increase the number of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and, therefore explicitly, encourages women to apply.
The i2CAT Foundation seeks to increase the number of persons with disabilities among its workforce, and therefore explicitly encourages this collective to apply.
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