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Would you like to work at TU Graz? Contribute with your know-how and commitment to the success of TU Graz? Then apply now for one of the advertised positions!


University Assistant (m/f/x) / PhD Position in the field of UWB indoor positioning systems

Type: PhD Position
Topic: UWB indoor positioning systems

The Institute of Technical Informatics at Graz University of Technology is one of the leading places in Europe for research on Internet of Things and more generally networked embedded systems. The offered position will be part of the Low-Power Embedded Networked Systems (LENS) group. The institute provides funding to purchase material needed by the candidate to carry out research, to attend international research conferences for paper presentations, and potentially also for extended visits to international partner institutions. The university also offers a mentoring program for PhD students, extensive in-house training opportunities including languages and soft skills, sports courses, and a welcome centre with many offers and support especially for international students.

Published: December 2023
More information: here

Open Postdoc Position in the area of "Dependable Wireless Embedded Systems”

Type: Postdoc Position
Topic: UWB indoor positioning systems

The research group on Intelligent & Networked Embedded Systems at the Institute of Technical Informatics of Graz University of Technology (Austria) is looking for a highly qualified Postdoc (university assistant with doctorate) to reinforce its research and teaching activities.

Context and scope. The Intelligent & Networked Embedded Systems group focuses on the latest advances in wireless networking, localization, collaborative awareness, and machine learning, towards the development of dependable and sustainable embedded/IoT systems. Exemplary research topics investigated within the group include, but are not limited to:

  • Dependable wireless communication despite harsh environmental conditions;
  • Robust and scalable ultra-wideband localization;
  • Testbeds and tools to benchmark existing wireless and IoT solutions;
  • Cross-technology communication, coordination, and synchronization;
  • Low-latency communication in the mesh-cloud continuum;
  • Battery-free and energy-harvesting systems;
  • Highly-performant and fault-tolerant wireless mesh networks;
  • Secure, self-healing, and adaptive IoT systems and cyber-physical systems.

The successful candidate will conduct highly competitive research in the aforementioned areas, and co-supervise PhD and MSc students.
The independent as well as supportive initiation, application and conduction of related research projects is also expected.

Published: May 2023
More information: here

DRIVES Platform Programmer (Industrial Informatics)

Type: PhD Position
Topic: DRIVES Platform Front-End/Back-End SW engineering

The DRIVES project will deliver training solutions covering the whole automotive supply chain. Through the network of the partners, DRIVES outcomes will be disseminated EU-wide to more than 300 associations, bringing together more than 270,450 companies of all sizes, representing over 7 million workers.

The Industrial Informatics group is supporting the development of the EU-wide DRIVES platform and developing education materials and courses for future automotive engineers.

Published: February 2020
More information: here

VECTO Programmer (Industrial Informatics)

Type: PhD Position
Topic: VECTO Programmer

VECTO simulates Heavy Duty Vehicles, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The Industrial Informatics group helps to develop the EU wide certification method for the CO2 calculation of Heavy Duty Vehicles. The method is based on the measurement of the components relevant for the fuel consumption (mass, rolling resistance coefficient of tires, aerodynamic drag, losses in the drive train, fuel map of the engine, power demand of auxiliaries) combined with the simulation of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions for the entire vehicle using the measured component data.

Published: February 2020
More information: here