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Horizon postdocs: Open positions

Position Status
In-Hospital Semi-Automated Design of Custom-Made Surgical Implants
Thomas Fevens and Kevin Lachapelle
Accepting applications
Analysis of Failure in Composite Materials and Structures
Suong Van Hoa
No longer accepting
applications
Multimodal Neuroimaging of Sleep and Cognition
Christophe Grova and Thanh Dang Vu
Accepting applications
Understanding the Effects of Work Hardening and Residual Stresses on the Water Droplet Erosion Performance of Materials
Mamoun Medraj
Accepting applications
Advanced Oxidation Processes for the Removal of Emerging Contaminants from Water
Zhi Chen
Accepting applications
Machine Learning and Generative Design for Advanced Manufacturing in Mass Customization
Tsz Ho Kwok
Accepting applications
Advanced Nanostructured Materials Design for Novel Rechargeable Batteries/Electrocatalysis
Xiaolei Wang and Alex De Visscher
Accepting applications
Development on Forests Surveillance and Fires Detection Using Multiple Heterogeneous Unmanned Systems and Remote Sensing Techniques
Chun-Yi Su and Youmin Zhang
Accepting applications
Converting low-grade heat waste and wastewater effluents to electricity via membrane technologies
Saifur Rahaman and Catherine Mulligan
Accepting applications
Secure Location Based Services via Smart Beacons in Internet of Things (IoT)
Arash Mohammadi and Konstantinos N. Plataniotis
Accepting applications
Formulate pilot knowledge using MBSE methodology to improve the efficiency of pilot training and aircraft product designing
Yong Zeng
Accepting applications
Mixed-signal integrated-circuit design for neuromorphic computing
Glenn Cowan
Accepting applications
Applications and Services Provisioning in Tactile Internet
Roch Glitho
Accepting applications
Multi-hazard design framework and resilience assessment of steel buildings of different occupancies
Lucia Tirca and Ted Stathopoulos
Accepting applications
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