[MARMAM] job opening: Acoustic Signal Detection Engineer

Dave Mellinger David.Mellinger at oregonstate.edu
Thu Aug 9 10:41:18 PDT 2007


Position Announcement

Title: Acoustic Signal Detection Engineer

Department: Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies
(CIMRS), Oregon State University

Rank: Research Associate (postdoc) or Faculty Research Assistant

Location: Newport, Oregon, USA

Start Date: Sept. 2007 or as available.

Duration: One year of support is currently available.  Funding for
successive year(s) is anticipated but is not guaranteed.

This 12-month, full-time, fixed-term appointment is through the
Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies in support of a
project on acoustic detection and classification of cetaceans
(dolphins and whales) under the direction of Dr. David Mellinger.
Reappointment is at the discretion of the CIMRS Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:	
Required
- Ph.D./M.S./B.S. in science, engineering, or related disciplines.
  (Individuals with a Ph.D. will be appointed at the Research
  Associate rank; individuals with a M.S. or B.S. will be appointed at
  Faculty Research Assistant rank)
- Experience with digital signal processing, preferably audio/acoustic
  signal processing.
- Familiarity with MATLAB or equivalent rapid-prototyping signal
  analysis environment.
- Ability to present results in English at regional and international
  meetings.

Preference may be given to applicants with experience in the following
areas:
- Experience at signal detection, classification, and estimation.
- Working within a research environment and with other research teams.
- Demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.

Oregon State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer and has a policy of being responsive to needs of dual career
couples.

For further details, including application procedures, please see
jobs.oregonstate.edu.  Applications must be made online.  Click on
"Search Postings" at left and then enter posting number 0001210 (the
leading zeros are necessary).



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