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Job: Graduate Fellowships At Los Alamos National Laboratory
 
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#18 Job: Graduate Fellowships At Los Alamos National Laboratory

GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS AT LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY

Graduate student fellowships in wavelet transform research are now
available in the Theoretical Division at Los Alamos National
Laboratory. The fellowships are open to students not yet enrolled in a
graduate program, students interested in taking a leave of absence
from their graduate studies, and students enrolled in a graduate
program but interested in carrying out full-time thesis research at
Los Alamos. Summer students are also welcome.

The student fellowships are with a newly formed research group that
focuses on wavelet transform theory (both continuous and discrete),
and unique approaches to image compression, speech denoising, and
other problems in digital signal processing.

Applicants should have strong technical skills together with a
background in signal processing or related topics in mathematics or
computer science.

Extensive experience in C or C++ programming is essential.

Graduate student salaries at Los Alamos are determined commensurate
with previous job experience, with salaries ranging from $20,000 to
$34,000 per year.

Los Alamos National Laboratory is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer. Fellowships are open to both U.S. and
non-U.S. citizens, but the applicant must be available in the U.S. or
Canada for telephone and personal interviews.

Please send resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, examples
of your C or C++ code (via email), at least three letters of
recommendation, and a list of your references (together with their
phone numbers and email addresses) to:

George Zweig
MS-B276
Theoretical Division
LANL
Los Alamos, NM 87545
(505)667-8496
zweig@lanl.gov
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