Vacancies at MS3

Polarimetric Electronically Scanning Arrays

PhD student

A PhD position on designing polarimetric antenna elements for wide scanning polarimetric arrays, including the beamforming network

IC design support specialist

Project Support

In the role of design flow support engineer, you will be actively supporting students and university staff with the implementation of state-of-the-art electronic integrated circuits and systems for (5G) communication, (car) radars, smart (bio) sensors, bioelectronics, and analogue / digital / mixed-signal (VLSI) circuits. These circuits are typically conceived and implemented in the most advanced IC technology nodes.


Cognitive Radar Signal Processing for Remote Sensing Applications

Assistant Professor

Challenge: Embedding cognitive processes into radar remote sensing.

Change: Closed-control loop in radar signal processing.

Impact: A multifaceted approach to health care and environmental challenges.

Research Assistant in Radar Processing for Healthcare


PostDoc position in the field of radar sensing for multiple persons tracking in an indoor environment


We have the ambition to investigate innovative techniques for the separation and tracking of multiple persons in an indoor environment using radar systems. Information on what activities a person is doing, where, and when, can help understand his/her physical and cognitive status and identify anomalies possibly related to worsening health.

Postdoctoral Position in Antenna Design and RF/mm-Wave Circuit Integration


We are now looking for a postdoctoral candidate to join our team who will be involved in the ongoing antenna design-oriented research projects in collaboration with our industrial partners.

PhD Optimal Control of Multi-function Radar Tasks

PhD student

"Take control over your future by controlling the radar"

PhD position in Radar Multi-Sensors Imaging for Automotive Applications

PhD student

We have the ambition to design and validate innovative methods to image the environment around a car using radars. Due to lower resolutions, radar images are intrinsically different from lidar or optical images. An increase in the image resolution could be achieved via the fusion of the data coming from multiple radar sensors.

2 PhD positions : TU Delft Sensor AI Lab

PhD student

Develop algorithms to combine physics-based models with data-driven models for navigation of multi-agent systems