Computer Science - Post-Doctoral Fellow #00079904 Location:
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Full Time (1.0 FTE) Job Description
The Computer Science Department at Missouri S&T is seeking outstanding applicants to fill the role of multiple Post-Doctoral Fellows. An outstanding Post-Doc hire must be well trained in one or more of the following fields: cyber security, cyber-physical systems (CPS), IoT, machine learning, AI, data science, cloud/edge computing, high performance computing, wireless mobile networks (5G and beyond), sensor and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) networks with applications to smart environments (e.g., smart city, smart energy, smart health, smart transportation, and smart agriculture). Strong background in theory and practice (including hands-on experience in testbed development) is required. The Post-Doc will (1) investigate deep research challenges in the above topics in collaboration with Dr. Das and Dr. Markowsky; (2) publish high-quality papers in top-tier journals and conferences; (3) develop competitive research grant proposals; and (4) help mentor graduate and undergraduate students' research. Based on the performance, the position will be renewed for multiple years.
Minimum Qualifications Ph.D. in Computer Science Strong research foundationDemonstrated publications record Comments
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