Current Openings

Project Positions

We are looking for a Project Assistant who can assist us in various aspects of a project (Especially in Hardware aspect) in the area of Wireless Sensor Networks / Internet of Things". Job descriptions and qualification requirements appear below. In general, we are looking for someone who is hardworking, can take the initiative, is able and willing to play multiple roles, is enthusiastic and can work as part of a team.

Position: Project Assistant (consolidated emoluments of Rs. 24000-30000 p.m.)

Duration: One Year

Qualifications: BE/BTech in ECE

Required skill set:

PSpice simulation of analog circuits
Handling lab equipment such as function generators, power supplies, oscilloscopes, spectrum analysers, multi meters
Knowledge of CAD for PCB - orcard, eagle, pads
Knowledge of electronic components, package information, soldering
Embedded programming and signal processing ( optional but knowledge of that is an added advantage)

Job description:

To contribute to sensor platform development and manufacturing, testing the platforms, one tuning of platforms, analyzing and finding out the reasons for the malfunctioning of platforms, preparing presentations and compiling reports, interacting with other team members and any other responsibilities that may be assigned from time to time as per the needs of this team project (Candidate will be working in collaboration with Zero Energy Networks Lab, DESE, IISc and Code and Signal Design Lab, ECE, IISc).

How to apply:

email your CV by 21st August, 2016 with subject line Application for Project Assistant at ZEN and CSD Lab, IISc" to
Ms. Pallavi.T.R Siddappa
Code and Signal Design Lab,
Department of Electrical Communication Engineering,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
(with a copy to Ms. Abhirami Sampath (email: ))

Research Positions

(for students admitted under the research programme to the ECE Department at IISc in June 2016)

I am currently looking for

  1. An M.Tech (Research) (formerly called MSc) student for a WSN project that involves intrusion detection using a passive-infrared (PIR) sensor. The project involves

    1. Development of machine learning algorithms for 3-way classification: (i) human, (ii) animal and (iii) clutter arising form vegetative motion

    2. Design, development, data collection and field testing of the PIR sensor tower platform. Further details on the project can be found in the following writeup.

  2. A Ph.D/M.Tech (Research) student for work on the problem of coding for distributed storage. Further details on the project can be found in this talk and in this tutorial presentation.