Research Engineer (DSP) for Optical Communications in Paris at Morson Group
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Research Engineer (DSP) for Optical Communications in Paris at Morson Group

Company Name: Morson Group | Location: Paris | Type: Job | Last Date to Apply: 2021-03-02

Our clients Optical Communication Technology Lab in Paris is seeking strong candidates for permanent research positions in digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms for coherent optical communications. This is a unique opportunity to join a world-class, multi-disciplinary laboratory, whose mission is to carry out cutting-edge R&D on ultra-high capacity long-haul transmission systems. Working as part of the DSP team, you will be focused on research topics that may include: Calibration and compensation of component impairments design of advanced modulation formats novel and low-power demodulation algorithms fiber nonlinearity compensation strategies mitigation of cascaded in-line filtering effects and polarization-dependent loss application of machine-learning methods in coherent systems and DSP link impairment monitoring. The research will be conducted in collaboration with teams spanning across multiple international sites. Main responsibilities:Come up with novel concepts and provide full solutions for our client’s coherent ASICsValidate algorithms via simulations and experimentsInteract with other internal teams, product line engineers and managers, to carry out joint projects, gather specifications and requirements, and communicate resultsGenerate intellectual property and file patentsCreate and maintain strong collaborative associations with university-based researchersContribute to the creative and innovative atmosphere at the Paris Research CentrePublish in top journals and conferencesQualifications:PhD in optical communications and DSP, 0-3 years’ experience after graduation.Industrial experience is highly desired.Strong background in DSP algorithms, digital communications and fiber transmission theory.Proven research track record with publications in high-impact optical journals and conferences.Excellent programming skills; expert in Python (preferred) and/or MATLAB, C/C++ is a plus.Laboratory experience is desired.English language spoken/written fluency and good communication skills.Ability to conduct independent research while also contributing to team-oriented projects.