Ericsson Master Thesis or Internship Student, Wireless Access Networks in Herzogenrath, Germany
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Wireless Access Networks (WAN) is a unit at Ericsson Research, with the mission to develop world-leading algorithms, protocols and architecture solutions for current and future wireless access networks.
For our WAN Research Team at the Ericsson Eurolab in Herzogenrath close to Aachen (Germany) we are looking for candidates for Master Thesis or Internship projects.
Together with our research staff, you will have the opportunity to work on the exciting future of mobile applications and communications technologies. During your time at Ericsson, you will be assigned to a research project, aligned with your individual interests, background and skills. For Diploma or Master Theses, these projects are usually assigned for six to eight months. For internships, shorter assignments are possible. You will work together with experienced researchers and other students in a truly international team.
In our research lab we cover key technologies of telecommunication networks and systems in the area of radio network architectures and protocols such as:
- LTE and its evolution
- Machine-to-Machine Communication
- Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Services (eMBMS)
You will execute a dedicated project directly related to the latest developments in these areas. This will provide you with excellent insights into key technologies of the telecommunications world. If you have a special area of expertise or already a proposal for a concrete research topic, we will consider this in the project definition.
- A student in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or a related field.
- Strong interest in mobile communications or mobile applications, and have demonstrated excellence both in your education and in extracurricular activities.
- Fluency in English is a prerequisite
- Computer and programming skills are essential for most of our projects, e.g. Matlab knowledge is required.
An internship or a thesis project is a very good opportunity to work in a multi-national work environment where you are encouraged to find creative ways to succeed. It can also be the starting point for a career within Ericsson.
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Primary country and city: Germany (DE) || North Rhine Westphalia || Herzogenrath || IT