Dr. Salehi at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of Kentucky is looking for outstanding postdoc fellows and self-motivated PhD students and visiting students/scholars to join his research group starting Fall 2018 or Spring/Fall 2019. You are encouraged to apply if you have background in one or more of the following areas:
VLSI and computer architectures
IOT and embedded systems
Cryptography and hardware security
digital signal processing.
Selected PhD students can be either RA or TA (both available). In addition to a waiver of tuition fees, the Graduate Assistantship also supports health insurance and competetive salary. Furtheremore, Dr. Salehi will cover the cost for the students to participate in related conferences.
If you are interested or have questions, please send an email including your CV to Dr. Salehi at . For Postdoc applicant a 2-5 pages research statement is required.
The ECE department at the University of Kentucky has about 600 students in BS, MS, and PhD programs and 24 tenure-track faculty, with research strengths in computer engineering, computational electromagnetics, nanoelectronics, power and energy systems, and signal and image processing. Faculty are actively involved in a broad range of research, including partnerships with the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CeNSE), the Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing (ISM), NASA Kentucky, and the Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky (PEIK).
Lexington is situated in the heart of Kentucky surrounded by gently rolling bluegrass hills, enjoys a mild climate, and has a vibrant entrepreneurial community and outstanding healthcare facilities. The University of Kentucky is the flagship university for the Commonwealth, and is one of only eight universities in the United States that house colleges of agriculture, engineering, medicine, and pharmacy on a single campus, leading to groundbreaking discoveries and unique interdisciplinary collaboration. For more information, visit https://www.engr.uky.edu/ece.
Dr. Mohamed Bassuoni is soliciting PhD positions in the areas of cementitious materials, concrete technology and durability of concrete. Research areas include, but are not limited to, development of nano-modified cementitious composites and concretes, degradation of concrete under multiple damage mechanisms (physical, chemical and structural), and prediction of in-service performance of cementitious materials under aggressive exposure conditions. Candidates must have strong academic credentials and research potential or background in these areas. Interested candidates must provide the following documents:
1- Transcripts and graduation certificates
All documents must be e-mailed directly to Dr. Mohamed Bassuoni on the coordinates below:
Dr. Mohamed T. Bassuoni, P.Eng.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
An opening exists, for graduate studies at the M.Sc. or Ph.D. level to work on analog and digital electronics design for novel, large scale particle detectors. We are looking for students with prior experience in analog and digital electronics and/or a strong desire to work with electronics and the associated firmware and particle detectors. Students with an undergraduate degree in computer or electrical engineering, computer science, or physics are strongly encouraged to apply.
More details can be found here
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The Yousriya Loza-Sawiris Scholarship is a fully-funded program for students seeking to earn a Master’s Degree in Development Practice from the Hurbert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, USA. For more information click here.