Computer System Researcher,
Device Technology Research
Mobile Device Research
Technology leadership is essential for Ericsson’s success and the mobile device segment is one of the most aggressive technology drivers in the world with its extreme requirements on properties such as energy efficiency, cost, and size.
Ericsson Research is therefore strengthening research activities in mobile device-related technologies. We are looking to recruit highly innovative and technically curious researchers and experts to develop cutting edge software and hardware solutions in the mobile device segment.
We use the collective term devices for equipment connecting, possibly indirectly, to our networks; e.g. smartphones, wearables, XR-glasses, implants, IoT sensors.
Ericsson Research (ER) is the central research organization within Ericsson. We are over 650 researchers in eight countries. Our mission is to provide Ericsson with system concepts, technology, and intellectual property, to secure long-term success and competitiveness of Ericsson.
World-class innovation is achieved through cooperation within Ericsson as well as with external partners, customers, universities, and research institutes.
The position is based at the Device Platform Research unit, Ericsson Research, Lund, Sweden. The unit focuses on mobile device related research with the charter to create novel concepts and technologies, do proof-of-concept prototyping, be a strategic eco-system influencer, serve as a pool of expertise supporting strategy, business and standardization functions within Ericsson, and create strategically important intellectual property.
The work involves a great degree of freedom and expectations are high on the ability to build expertise knowledge and generate innovative output.
We are now extending the team with more computer system researchers. You are expected to have in-depth competence as well as research experience and track record from one or several of the following technology areas:
- Computer architecture, including but not limited to multicore systems, DSPs, GPUs, and memory hierarchies
- Hardware software co-design optimizations aiming for improvement in performance, energy efficiency and cost
- System software and operating systems
- Memory system, especially novel and emerging memory technologies
- Compilers, theory or construction
Device implementation research in ER is organized as a cross-disciplinary program spanning multiple units and geographical locations. This means that the work involves collaboration with other units within ER. The work will also involve external collaborations with, e.g., universities and partner companies.
Ericsson celebrates diversity and welcome applicants of all genders and nationalities.
A successful candidate will
- Work in an international and dynamic environment with strong opportunities for professional growth.
- Work in an area of great strategic importance for the Ericsson Group
- Be a regular author of Ericsson patents
- Make significant impact on Ericsson’s partner ecosystem, international industry bodies and communities
- Interact, for example at conferences and through publications, with the global research community
- In-depth competence in one or several of the disciplines listed above
- Postgraduate degree, eg. PhD degree in a relevant field
- Fluent in verbal and written English
- Highly developed communications skills
- Technical curiosity and willingness to try new things and methods
- Scientific track level with publication of novel ideas
- Experience from working in cross-cultural and multi-site organizations
Location: Lund, Sweden
The selection and interview process are ongoing. Therefore, send in your application in English as soon as possible. If you have any specific questions you are welcome to contact Monal Jain, Recruitment Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Primary country and city: Sweden (SE) || || Lund || IT
Req ID: 284432