Research Assistanship Openings

Research Assistantship Opportunities

Announced on 8/18/17

The Electromagnetics Laboratory (EMLab) at Florida International University (FIU) announces
Research Assistantship openings for Ph.D. students. Professor Georgakopoulos and Director of
the EMLab, is looking for highly motivated and self-driven students with strong background in
antennas, RF systems and/or electromagnetics that would like to pursue a Ph.D. degree in areas
related to antennas, wireless power transfer, biomedical applications of RF and antenna systems,
and electromagnetics.

Qualifications:

1. B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Preference will be given to candidates with M.S. in
Electrical Engineering with emphasis on antennas, RF systems and/or electromagnetics.
2. Taken courses on electromagnetics, fields & waves, antennas, RF design, microwave
engineering or related courses.
3. Preference will be given to candidates with knowledge of electromagnetic simulation
software.
4. Preference will be given to candidates with strong background and experience in antennas
and/or electromagnetics.
5. Preference will be given to candidates with journal and/or conference publications in the
areas of antennas, RF systems and/or electromagnetics.

 

Interested students should forward their resume and a personal statement addressing items 1-5
above as soon as possible to Prof. Georgakopoulos at georgako@fiu.edu.

The announcement will remain open until positions are filled.

Selected students will be provided with research assistantships that will support them financially
and cover their tuition. The selected students will work on high profile research programs on novel
antennas, wireless power transfer and/or RF systems.

Contact Info:

Stavros Georgakopoulos

Associate Professor
Director of The Electromagnetics Lab
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Florida International University
10555 W. Flagler Street,
Miami, FL 33174
Phone: (305) 348-1262
FAX: (305) 348-3707
Email: georgako@fiu.edu
Homepage: https://emlab.fiu.edu

 

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