Colosseum is the world’s most powerful wireless network emulator hosted at the Northeastern University Innovation Campus in Burlington, MA. It can emulate up to 65,536 100 MHz-RF channels, support repeatable research and dynamic spectrum sharing, create custom scenarios and terrains, be accessed through open APIs, and help to advance artificial intelligence and machine learning. We are in search of a Senior Research Engineer with deep expertise in RF signal processing, 3GPP and IEEE 802.X wireless and cellular standards, OSI Layer 0-4 and software development lifecycle management. The candidate must have proficiency in multiple programming languages such as C, C++, Python, JAVA and comfort to operate within a LINUX environment. The candidate must be willing to work in a multidisciplinary environment across domains of RF, computer engineering and networking systems. This position will also participate in external activities, i.e. conducting tutorials, demonstrations, publication of research and attendance/participation in professional conferences, etc.

Applicant must have a BS (preferably MS) in Electrical and/or Computer Engineering or equivalent; (3) three years or more of industry experience with progressively more responsible, independent engineering work. Development Experience with C, C++, and Python programming languages. Experience with tools such as MATLAB, Xilinx VIVADO, JavaScript, and JIRA. Experience with Continuous Integration frameworks such as Jenkins, code repository and versioning tools such as GitHub/GitLab. Extensive experience with wireless networks and next generation communication protocols/3GPP standards such as 4G/5G, WiFi, DSRC, LP-WAN and C-V2X. A demonstrated ability to leading a team of researchers.