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Bell Labs' research facility in Dublin, Ireland is a leading end-to-end systems and solutions lab working in the areas of, wireless networks, autonomic networking, cloud and distributed computing, services-centric operations research, data analytics, and thermal management. We have an opening for a research scientist in our Small Cells Research team. A successful candidate will have strong experience in wireless communication networks. The position involves creating and proving new technologies in the areas of Small Cells, and 5G networks. Role description: Carry out state-of-the-art research and prototyping in the areas of planning, deployment, operation and future evolution of small cell networks. Propose and publish research in major research publications worldwide. Partner with business units to ensure the successful exploitation of research outputs. Generate intellectual property through the patenting of ideas. Create and maintain strong collaborative associations with university-based researchers, other leading research bodies, business units and government agencies. Contribute in a positive manner to the creative and innovative atmosphere in Bell Labs.
Qualifications, skills, and experience: Candidates must have a PhD in any related electronic engineering or computer science domain. Candidate must have the ability to conduct independent research while also contributing to team-oriented projects that often span across multiple Bell Labs sites. A successful candidate will be versatile, flexible, hands-on, and a self-starter. Experience of development activities is also desirable. Candidates must have experience in wireless networks and systems, with the following skills and experiences being highly desirable: - Optimisation of wireless networks, particularly for SON. - Familiarity with cellular networks (UMTS/LTE). - Wireless network simulation modelling. - Small cell/femtocell networks. - Prototyping and building demos of research ideas. Key attributes: - Strong written and spoken communications skills, able to participate in robust discussions in English. - Good track record in a research arena or strong industrial experience - Proven problem solving and analysis ability