Fully-funded Ph.D. (2024 Fall intake) and Postdoc positions are immediately available at the Department of Information Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Successful candidates will conduct research at AIoT Lab and under the supervision of Prof. Zhenyu Yan (Research Assistant Professor) and Prof. Guoliang Xing (IEEE Fellow). The candidates will conduct system research in Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) with focus topics on:

  • Resilient AIoT sensing;
  • Security and privacy in AIoT systems;
  • Embedded AI and foundation model for cyber-physical systems.

Candidates with solid programming skills, system prototyping capabilities, and relevant research experience in IoT, signal processing, AI, and networking will be preferred.

A Chinese version of the job description can be found here.

Interested candidates can send their CV and transcripts to Prof. Zhenyu Yan (zyyan [AT] and copy (cc) aiot [AT] Only shortlisted candidates will be replied.

About CUHK:

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a world-leading research university. CUHK has the largest campus among all higher education institutions in Hong Kong, which is only 25 minutes from Shenzhen by train. Next to the CUHK campus is the Science and Technology Park - the home to a few hundred high-tech start-ups and major companies offering many research collaboration and internship opportunities. The Department of Information Engineering (IE) was founded by Nobel Laureate and former president of CUHK, Prof. Charles K. Kao in 1989. IE has gained a worldwide reputation for its cutting-edge research and high impact on industries, including setting up the first Internet connection linking HK to the world and being the birthplace of Network Coding (now a major research area in information theory and communication) and a few high-profile high-tech start-ups such as SenseTime. The areas of EE and CS, in CUHK, are ranked 20th and 22nd respectively worldwide by QS university rankings.