Sunday, November 30, 2014

[Mycolleagues] M.S. and Ph.D. Positions in Wireless Sensor Networks

Dear All,

Wireless Sensor and Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (WiSeMAN) Research Lab
is looking for highly self-motivated full-time
​M.S. and ​
Ph.D. students to conduct
cutting-edge research in the area of wireless sensor networks.
students will be hired to join WiSeMAN Research Lab 
and work on
an NSF-funded project that is related to the design, analysis,and implementation
of sustainable and scalable three-dimensional wireless sensor networks
with a special focus on coverage, connectivity, localization, and geographic forwarding.
To be considered for
​one of these 
, the interested candidate should have:
   -   Master of Science
​(for Ph.D. position) and Bachelor of Science (for M.S. position)
in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Mathematics
   -   Solid knowledge in the area of networking and/or wireless sensor networks.
   -   Outstanding programming skills.
   -   Strong mathematics background.
   -   Excellent writing and communication skills in English.
   -   High GRE and TOEFL scores.
For full consideration, a complete application should be received by 
 15, 2014

and should include the following documents:
   -   Application letter.
   -   Detailed curriculum vitae, including a list of publications (if any).
   -   Copy of Master's thesis (
​for Ph.D. position, ​
if any).
   -   List of graduate courses taken along with grades
​ (for Ph.D. position)​
   -   List of
graduate courses taken along with grades
​ (for M.S. position)​
   -   GRE and TOEFL scores

our complete application 
​should be submitted ​
Prof. Ammari at
​Note: An email without the above documents will not be considered as an application, and,
           thus, will not be reviewed.

Best Regards,
Habib M. Ammari

Habib M. Ammari, Associate Professor                      Office: 129 CIS Building
Founding Director, WiSeMAN Research Lab            WiSeMAN: 132 CIS Building
Department of Computer and Information Science    Phone: (313) 593-5239
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