[AUDITORY] Openings for post-doctoral audio researchers at Microsoft Research (Malcolm Slaney )

Subject: [AUDITORY] Openings for post-doctoral audio researchers at Microsoft Research
From:    Malcolm Slaney  <malcolm@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 6 Jun 2013 10:33:22 -0700

This might be of interest to many of you. Contact Ivan for more details. --- Malcolm Please find attached a flyer about job openings for post-doctoral researchers in the area of audio research. Feel free to forward to your contacts in academia, or directly to PhD students or researchers that might be interested. Your help is greatly appreciated. Best, Ivan Ivan J. Tashev, PhD Principal Architect Microsoft Research One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052 USA Phone: 425-706-1667 Fax: 425-936-7329 Web: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/people/ivantash/ Post-doctoral researcher openings Post-doc openings for audio processing research Microsoft Research (http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/) is looking for one or more post-doctoral researchers in the general area of audio signal processing. They will perform research in sound capture and rendering, speech enhancement, processing for arrays of transducers, psychoacoustics, human perception of sounds and images. Openings are in the MSR headquarters in Redmond, WA, USA. Qualifications The applicants must have a PhD in CS, EE, or other relevant area; strong background in the area of audio and speech signal processing; a good publication record; and experience in creating working audio systems. Expertise in speech enhancement and/or psychoacoustics is a strong advantage; good engineering and coding skills are preferred. Ability or experience to work with engineering teams is a serious plus. Opportunity to do something cool These openings are a good opportunity to combine audio research with an impact on breakthrough products. Microsoft Research is one of the most academically focused research organizations within a commercial company while at the same time the results from our research have went into mainstream products such as the Kinect, Xbox, Windows Phone, and Microsoft Auto platform which have improved the quality of life for millions of people. At Microsoft Research "Be what's next!" has a very real meaning. Contact info For more information please e-mail to Dr. Ivan Tashev at ivantash@xxxxxxxx

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