Télécom Paris, a founding member of Institut Polytechnique de Paris and a part of IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom), is ranked as one of the top 5 engineering schools in France. Recognized for its invaluable corporate connections, Telecom Paris is an institution with a strong sense of community and international representation. This public higher-education establishment guarantees excellent employability in all sectors and is the leading engineering school for the entire digital spectrum (from hardware to software technology).
With its high-level instruction and innovative pedagogy, Télécom Paris is at the heart of a unique innovation ecosystem which is based on collaborative classroom engagement, an emphasis on project-based training, and multidisciplinary research. Our scientific faculty are affiliated with two key research laboratories; first, the LTCI laboratory, which is recognized by the HCERES as a leading facility in the field of digital sciences and has a remarkable international outreach. And second, the i3 laboratory, Interdisciplinary Institute of Innovation (I3 - UMR 9217 of the CNRS), which carries out multidisciplinary research focused on innovation and in collaboration with the École Polytechnique and Mines ParisTech.
Based in Palaiseau, France at the heart of the Institut Polytechnique campus alongside the École Polytechnique, ENSTA, Télécom Sud Paris and ENSAE, Télécom Paris also has a central-Paris incubator at the epicenter of the French start-up ecosystem.
Télécom Paris is a living laboratory for all the major technological and societal challenges including artificial intelligence, quantum computing, IoT, cybersecurity, large-scale digital equipment (Cloud Computing), 5G/6G, and Green IT.
The Image, Data and Signal Department (IDS) is one of the four teaching and research departments of Télécom Paris. The research activity of the IDS department is done at the Laboratory Treatment and Communication of Information (LTCI).
The mission of the IDS department is teaching and research in the field of signal, image and data processing.Its objectives are:
The Department Image, Data, Signal is structured around three teams: Signal, Statistics and Learning, Multimedia and Image, Modeling, Analysis, Geometry, Synthesis.
The main objective of the recruited engineer will be to :
The required expertise for this position include:
Additional expertise on the following topics will be an asset:
Additional desired skills for the candidate include:
Other abilities and skills:
Candidates with one or more of the following required qualifications may apply:
Deadline : August 19, 2022
Scientific contact : Gaël Richard - email@example.com
Administrativ contact : Marion Taldir - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telecom Paris is an equal-opportunity employer.
All our positions are open to individuals with disabilities.