The next generation wireless communication systems that are beyond 5G, or in short 6G, are envisioned to seamlessly connect humans to the physical entities via the creation of their digital twins to enable new mixed-reality experiences. Hence, AI will play a significant role in the definition and development of 6G systems across the design, deployment, and operational phases. Use of AI for replacing some of the critical signal processing functionalities in baseband processing, such as digital pre-distortion and channel estimation, are already proven to be efficient in terms of performance and efficient spectrum utilization. However, the compute power requirements for the AI-based baseband processing compared to conventional signal processing techniques are quite high, and this will be a primary limitation in realization of AI-enabled 6G communication systems due to the stricter power consumption budget. The main goal of this project is to exploit the benefits of AI-based baseband signal processing algorithms in recovering from hardware errors and use this as an advantage to devise circuit-level and architecture-level techniques to design processing hardware with low design margins to reduce the energy consumption and silicon area.
Electronic Systems group at TU/e
The Electronic Systems group consists of seven full professors, two associate professors, eight assistant professors, several postdocs, about 40 PDEng and PhD candidates and support staff. The ES group is world-renowned for its design automation and embedded systems research. It is our ambition to provide a scientific basis for design trajectories of electronic systems, ranging from digital circuits to cyber-physical systems. The trajectories are constructive and lead to high quality, cost-effective systems with predictable properties (functionality, timing, reliability, power dissipation, and cost). Design trajectories for applications that have strict real-time requirements and stringent power constraints are an explicit focus point of the group.
This project will be done in collaboration with Prof. Sonia Heemstra who is leading the Centre for Wireless Technology Eindhoven (CWTe) and Dr. Vlado Menkovski from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
We are looking for excellent candidates that add value to the ES group and match the following profile:
If you are interested in working in an exciting, dynamic, high-tech environment, where you will contribute to creating the society of the future and you would like to know more about the the position, please contact dr. Manil Dev Gomony, m.gomony[at]tue.nl.
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