Research Positions Available

We are always on the lookout for self-motivated students interested in working on cutting-edge problems in Nonlinear Control Systems with applications in the Electrical Energy Systems area. If you are interested in working with me, please email me the following documents:

  • Detailed Resume,

  • Transcripts, and

  • Publications (if any).

  • Note: I am not always able to respond to unsolicited emails.

Fellowship and Research Assistantship Available

University Ph.D. Fellowship:

If you are interested in working with me and meet the following requriements:

  • have an earned (or expected) Master degree,

  • GRE score V ≥ 153, Q ≥ 152, AW ≥ 4,

  • undergraduate GPA ≥ 3.25,

please contact me. I will nominate you for the University Fellowship and you will AUTOMATICALLY get it.

Grosscurth Ph.D. Fellowship:

If you are not eligible for the University Fellowship, but meet the following requriements:

  • have an earned (or expected) Master degree,

  • combine GRE score V+Q ≥ 305,

  • undergrad GPA ≥ 3.0,

you are eligible for (but not guaranteed) the Grosscurth Fellowship. In this case, I will nominate you for the Grosscurth Fellowship and your chance of getting it depends on your overall qualifications (publications, GRE, GPA, etc).

Note that both the University Fellowship and the Grosscurth Fellowship provide up to 4 years of financial support, which includes:

  • competitive salary

  • currently $22,000 per year (tax-exempt for the first two years)

  • paid health insurance - currently $2,268 per year

  • fully paid in-state or out-of-state tuition.

Research Assistantship:

I also have Research Assistantship (RA) available for graduate students. The qualifications are:

  • Preference will be given to the graduate students who have finished all the coursework.

  • Strong analytical skills evidenced by publications.

  • Good GPA in major courses and mathematics.

* International student needs to meet the minimum TOEFL (79 IBT, 213 CBT, 550 PBT) or IELTS (6.5) requirement for general admission.

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