Multiple fully funded Ph.D. and Postdoctoral positions available in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of North Texas. The Postdoctoral positions are multiple-year positions that start immediately. We offer competitive salaries, access to laboratories, and funds for travels to conferences. |
The research areas of these positions are generally related to network control, wireless networking, cyber-physical systems, and their applications to unmanned aerial vehicles and air traffic management applications.
Applicants for the Postdoctoral positions are required to have received a Ph.D. degree in related engineering field with a strong background in at least one of the following areas: control, stochastic systems, optimization, big data, software development, wireless communication, and implementation of embedded systems. Previous research experience in unmanned aerial vehicles and/or traffic management is a plus. Depending on the candidate’s expertise, the position can involve fundamental theoretical development, software development, and implementation and fabrication of real CPS systems. The candidates are also expected to gain experience in project management. Excellent writing and communication skills are expected.
Applications for the Ph.D. positions are required to have received a Bachelor’s degree in engineering field related to control and/or wireless communication. Self-motivated students with strong theoretical background and/or hands-on experience are encouraged to apply. Excellent writing and communication skills are expected. Previous research experience with a good publication record will be highly valued.
Interested applicants for the Ph.D. and Postdoctoral positions please send the application to Dr. Yan Wan by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send one pdf document that includes a 1-page cover letter that states their qualifications and career plans, detailed CV, and a list of professional references. Applications will be received by November 30 or until the positions are filled.