The Utah Smart Energy Laboratory (U-Smart) at the University of Utah has an immediate opening for two Ph.D. Students on: 1) integrating building and community energy flexibility in power distribution systems operation, 2) cyber-physical resilience of power distribution systems.

The ideal candidates would have expertise in machine learning methods, control theory, mathematical optimization, and hardware-in-the-loop simulation, with applications in power systems.

The successful applicants will receive Research Assistant positions, along with tuition waiver and medical benefits, to earn their Ph.D. degree at the ECE Department at the University of Utah.

If interested to join us, please fill out the online application form. We will review the applications and get back to select applicants to set up an interview.

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