Multiple Ph.D. positions with full financial support are now available for Spring 2019 in Dr. Jingtong Hu’s group, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Dr. Hu’s research interests include embedded system, FPGA, emerging memory technology, wearable devices, smart health, and internet of things. For more information about possible research projects, please visit www。pitt。edu/~jthu
The University of Pittsburgh is known for its world-class School of Medicine and top-level School of Engineering. Pitt is ranked 43rd globally by USNews, 47th globally by CWUR, and 70th globally by ARWU.
The Computer Engineering program is currently ranked 43rd in U.S. by U.S. News 2018.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has classified the school as a Research University with highest research activity.
The city of Pittsburgh has been constantly evaluated as the safest and most livable city among all the U.S. big cities, and hence hosts a large number of Hi-Tech companies including Google, Uber, Apple, Facebook, IBM, etc. The city, as a result, provides abundant internship and job opportunities for students, along with the big city’s convenience and large collections of cultural activities.
Applicants should have a Bachelor or Master (preferred) degree (or expect to receive the degree before enrollment at Pitt) in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Automation, Applied Mathematics or related disciplines. Applicants with strong hands-on experiences in FPGA/embedded systems are particularly welcome to apply.
To apply, please email resume in PDF (including the scores of *all* undergraduate/graduate level courses, class/department rank, English test scores (GRE/TOEFL), relevant research experience and publications) to Dr. Jingtong Hu (jthu [at] pitt [dot] edu) with subject "PhD Applicant".