PhD Scholarship in Electrical and Computer Engineering in USA

University of Alabama is pleased to invite applicants to apply for PhD scholarship in electrical engineering. This scholarship is available for all students around the world. Applications will be accepted at any time until the position is filled.

The laboratory is engaged in several NIH-sponsored research projects covering monitoring of human behaviors in natural environment, biofeedback and simulation of physiological indicators. The positions are available in two tracks:

- Analog and digital hardware development. The ideal candidate will have a hands-on experience in design, prototyping and fabrication of digital and analog electronic circuits, FPGA design, microcontroller interfacing, use of Bluetooth/Zigbee and other wireless interfaces, printed circuit board design, C/C + + programming, as well as familiarity with Matlab, Labview and digital signal processing.

- Signal processing and pattern recognition of biomedical signals. The ideal candidate will have a practical experience with signal processing algorithms as well as familiarity with methods of machine learning and computational intelligence.

The position covers a yearly stipend, tuition and health insurance.

Application Requirements
The candidate is expected to be a reliable and self-motivated team player, preferably with a master ’s degree in Electrical/Computer/Biomedical Engineering, although candidates with a Bachelors degree will also be considered. These positions may potentially lead to a PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Matlab, Labview and C/C + (or Java) proficiency is desired. Knowledge of biomedical instrumentation is desired.

How to apply?
To apply for a position, send the following documents in PDF format via email.
- A one page research statement describing qualifications and fit to the projects listed on the lab ’s website,.
- A curriculum vitae (CV) including references (names and contact details) and a full list of publications,.
- GRE and TOEFL/IELTS scores,.
- Undergraduate/graduate transcripts,.
- Copies of any conference/journal publications.

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