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Several research and teaching assistantships (with full tuition waiver), starting Fall 2016 or Spring 2017, are available in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) for self-motivated students committed to pursuing a PhD in Computer Science (CS) or Computer Engineering (CE) in the general area of software engineering and programming languages, with focus on the quality, reliability, performance, and/or security of modern software systems. Expected research topics will center on (1) testing, debugging, and optimizations of object-oriented programs and systems, including distributed systems and big-data computing platforms, and (2) security and privacy defense of mobile applications, such as Android apps. Major approaches will be static and dynamic program analysis, information flow tracking, path profiling, runtime monitoring, as well as data analytics and empirical studies.
Students with a BS in CS/CE or closely related subjects and passionate in researching any of the topics are welcome and encouraged to apply. Key qualifications include strong logical reasoning skills, solid understanding of computer algorithms, and proficiency in (Java/C/C++) programming and system development. A MS in CS/CE, a strong background in compiler construction and related tools, and/or experiences in designing/implementing large software systems would be desirable yet not required.
If interested, please contact Dr. Tsai (email@example.com) with your CV/resume. For the detailed application procedure, please refer to http://school.eecs.wsu.edu/graduate/admissions/ and https://gradschool.wsu.edu/apply/.
Washington State University is a top-tier (R1) public research university based in Pullman, Washington. The School of EECS has seen dramatic growth with its faculty and student body steadily increased in size and quality during the past few years and continuing to expand. The overall engineering graduate program is ranked #80 nationally and the CS graduate program is ranked #70 among all computer science departments in the U.S. More about the university and its EECS programs can be learned online at http://www.wsu.edu.
补充内容 (2016-8-25 10:15):
联系邮箱更新为 hcai dot eecs dot wsu dot edu