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Admin - 29.03.2021
Open Internship position at Nokia Bell Labs, Stuttgart

Job description

Nokia is a global leader in technologies that connect people and things. Bell Labs, the innovation engine of Nokia, is a worldwide research and development community for telecommunications. Our researchers continuously invent and enhance technologies, e.g. for 4G and 5G systems.

Nokia Bell Labs Stuttgart is offering an internship in the area of 5G vehicular communications for a qualified and passionate master student. The internship will be addressing a simulation study for 5G sidelink communication in a group of cars (platoon). The duration of the internship is 6 months. With good background on the topic, the internship can potentially be used for an industrial master thesis.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

• Analysis of reliability improvements in 5G sidelink vehicular communications

• Performance evaluation using system-level simulation studies

• Enhancement and validation of resource scheduling for vehicle user equipment

• Collaboration with Bell Labs researchers 

• Technical report and internal presentation


Skills and Qualifications

Enrolled student in M.Sc./Diploma for Communication Engineering or Electrical 

Engineering or Computer Science or a related discipline.

• Knowledge in communication systems and/or signal processing, radio channel propagation and measurements, system-level simulations

• Programming Skills: C++, Matlab or Python, Linux Environment

• Highly engaged and hands-on personality, with theoretical and simulation skills

• Language skills: English or German

Employment type

Full-time for 6 months, starting April to June 2021. 

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Employment is with nomico, a non-profit organisation for Talent Management.

Contact

Oliver Blume, 

Nokia Bell Labs Standardisation & Research, oliver.blume@nokia-bell-labs.com

Tel. +49-160 404 1788

Admin - 29.03.2021
Open Internship position at Nokia Bell Labs, Stuttgart

Job Description

Nokia is a global leader in technologies that connect people and things.

Bell Labs, the innovation engine of Nokia, is a worldwide research and development community for telecommunications. Our researchers continuously invent and enhance technologies, e.g. for 4G and 5G systems.

Nokia Bell Labs Stuttgart is offering an Internship in the area of 5G NR positioning for a qualified and passionate master student. The internship will be addressing conceptual and experimental work for sub-meter localisation precision. The duration of the internship is 6 months. With good background on the topic, the internship potentially can be used for an industrial master thesis.


Main Duties and Responsibilities

• Study the impact of radio channel properties on the performance of 5G NR positioning methods

• Measurement and analysis of radio channels using an experimental Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) platform for positioning and radio measurements

• Channel model development for link-level positioning simulations

• Algorithm design, simulations and performance evaluations

• Collaboration with Bell Labs researchers

• Technical report and internal presentation

Skills and Qualifications

Enrolled student in M.Sc./Diploma for Communication Engineering / Electrical

Engineering / Computer Science or a related discipline.

• Knowledge in communication systems and signal processing, radio channel

propagation and measurements

• Programming Skills: Matlab or Python, C++, MS Windows and Linux environment

• Highly engaged and hands-on personality, with theoretical and experimental skills

• Level of education: Bachelor/Vordiplom

• Language skills: English or German

Employment Type

Full-time for 6 months, starting May to July 2021.

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Employment is with nomico, a non-profit organisation for Talent Management.

Contact

Oliver Blume,

Nokia Bell Labs Standardisation Research, oliver.blume@nokia-bell-labs.com

Tel. +49-160 404 1788

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