New Ph.D. Research Assistantship, Post-Doc, and Visiting Scholar/Professor Positions Available:


The Computational Intelligence and Self-Adaptive Systems (CISA) Laboratory at the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rhode Island (URI) is seeking applications for various positions, including Ph.D. students, post-doc, and visiting scholars. Our laboratory currently has about 10 Ph.D. students/post-doc/visiting scholars working on cutting-edge research on the fundamental advancement of computational intelligence and its applications to a wide range of domains, such as smart grid, robotics, cyber security, big data, and cyber-physical systems.
 
For these openings, we are particularly interested in highly-motivated students/scholars with a strong research background and capability.

For Ph.D. positions:
 
1.    A Master degree in electrical and computer engineering, or related departments is preferred. Outstanding undergraduate students will also be considered;
 
2.    Strong mathematical background and proficient in modeling and simulation in a programming environment, such as Matlab;
 
3.    Previous research experiences with computational intelligence, pattern recognition, smart grid, adaptive control, machine learning, and data mining are preferred;

For Post-Doc and Visiting Scholar/Professor positions: 

We are also looking for outstanding post-doc and visiting scholars/professors (funded by my group) in our lab. These normally are for one-year period, with the possibility of extension. 


Interested students are encouraged to contact the Director for the CISA laboratory Prof. Haibo He at he@ele.uri.edu. Web site: http://www.ele.uri.edu/faculty/he/