The U-Smart lab is looking for talented and self-motivated students who are passionate to pursue their PhD degree towards shaping the future sustainable and resilient power and energy systems. The students will work on funded projects and receive full funding and benefits.
We are specifically looking for students with one or more majors in electrical engineering, industrial engineering, operations research, computer science and economics. The prospective students should have strong knowledge base in mathematical optimization techniques and economics, preferably in the context of power and energy systems.
If you feel confident about your qualifications, please send your SOP, CV and a representative paper/report to Dr. Parvania. Please also review the admission requirements of the ECE department for graduate studies before application.