We are always looking for self-motivated Ph.D. students in the areas of optimization theory, control theory, machine learning, and power systems. If your interests are compatible with ours, please apply to the ECE graduate program here and indicate my name in your application form. This will ensure that I won’t miss your application.
We are actively looking for post-doctoral researchers to join the lab. Please feel free to send me your CV along with one or two selected publications.
Thanks for your interests. Please feel free to send me an email with your CV. We can chat about how you would like to be involved.
If you are not a current Virginia Tech student and are interested in a short-term visit, please send me your CV along with one or two selected publications.
The ECE Department has 86 tenured or tenure-track faculty members, 30 research faculty members, and external research expenditures exceeding $35 million annually. The department has programs that are among the nation’s largest and strongest in power electronics, power systems, embedded systems, wireless communications and networking, space science and engineering, remote sensing, fiber optics and photonics, and computational biology. The department has additional emerging areas of strength in cybersecurity, autonomous systems, biomedical applications, and integrated microsystems and nanotechnology. See more information about the ECE Department and the College of Engineering.
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