FACULTY NAME & TITLE: NIKOLAOS FRERIS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
RESEARCH PROJECT DESCRIPTION The Cyberphysical Systems Laboratory (CPSLab) offers the opportunity to young and motivated students to do research on a variety of projects in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The goal of our lab is to design and implement efficient algorithms for large-scale systems of smart devices that possess sensing, computation, control and communication capabilities. We consider a great number of applications such as in wireless sensor networks, robotics, healthcare, power systems and transportation systems. Our research is fundamentally interdisciplinary and spans several areas of engineering and computer science such as: optimization, data mining, control, signal processing, and stochastic networks.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POSITION
Design, implementation and testing of algorithms for cyberphysical systems
Writing publications, presentations and possibly patents
**exact project description to be discussed and determined individually for each assistant**
Strong mathematical background
Good programming skills (fluency in Matlab required)
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE / SKILLS:
Basic knowledge of control, signal processing and optimization
Embedded system design
Programming: Python, C++
APPLICANTS TO PROVIDE:
1. Statement of interest in the position
2. Transcript of degree(s)
4. Two letters of recommendation
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