Detection of magnetic objects using gradient methods

Czech Technical University in Prague now offers a new fellowship program, the CTU Global Postdoc Fellowship. This new and attractive two-year fellowship-program offers excellent researchers who have recently completed their PhD the chance to continue their research career at CTU.
The fellowship aims primarily at external international scientists who are currently conducting research abroad. Applicants must have completed their PhD within the last seven years (eg. 2015 or later). The fellowship aims at authors (co-authors) of two or more publications in a journal with IF. The mentor has a strong vote in the selection process.

Application deadline: August 31.

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Topic: Detection of magnetic objects using gradient methods

Short description of topic:
Measurement methods using magnetic gradient are useful in many application areas, including detection of vehicles, detection of metallic objects (arms, unexploded ordnance), perimeter protection, geomagnetic data cleaning and
denoising, etc.
Much of current research worldwide is focused on advanced data processing of full tensor magnetic data and/or higher gradient tensor data e.g. for improved target positioning estimation. Our research shall focus on improving positioning
estimation accuracy and reliability.

Description of ideal candidate:
Candidate should hold PhD in physics and strong background in magnetic sensing techniques or vice versa.

Mentor: Antonín Platil, Faculty of electrical engineering, Department of measurement,

Salary: CZK 61 000 per month

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