Does the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology that promises continuous high-speed Internet connectivity for vehicular travel interest you? Would you like to be a part of a project team responsible for bringing innovative wireless network infrastructure to Princeton University’s campus to advance the capability and reliability of Wi-Fi networking? Do you have a strong background in Linux kernel programming for wireless networking? If so, the “Wi-Fi Goes to Town” project team at Princeton University is recruiting a Linux Kernel Developer for Wireless Networking to lead the development, prototyping, rollout, and testing of roadside Wi-Fi hotspot technology on campus.
As a joint project between the Princeton Advanced Wireless Systems (PAWS) group in the Department of Computer Science, and the Research Computing Department in the Office for Information Technology, you will work closely with a team of post-doctoral research associates, graduate students, and undergraduate researchers, as well as highly-skilled, advanced networking IT professionals to turn this concept into reality.
This position is a 1-year term position with an extension possible, contingent on funding availability.
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