Research Opportunities for Prospective Students
PhD students: Those interested in RF microsystems research, please try to review the research field, my publication, list of projects and send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) detailing why you are interested and what background you have that could match my research.
Masters students: Students interested in a Masters degree with thesis (ECE6999) are encouraged to contact me to discuss their interest or learn about potential projects that they can be involved in.
Undergraduate students: I typically advise 2-3 student every semester on a related research projects. Sometimes the activity is structured in a form of REU (NSF research experience for undergraduates). Independent studies (examples: ECE4998 or ECE4193) and paid hourly positions may also be available. A typical commitment on student’s part are a minimum 10 hours per week during Autumn/Spring semesters and full time during Summer.