Automotive Research: Stochastic signal processing & control
A fully funded PhD student position is available in the Automotive Research Group, Center for Nonlinear Dynamics & Control, Villanova University, PA. Villanova is an R2 research University situated near Philadelphia.
We are looking for a talented doctoral student to develop and apply stochastic signal processing and control techniques to Automotive Knock Control. The successful candidate will receive a stipend and tuition remission, and the position is available immediately. The applicant should have MS degree in a relevant field (eg. electrical or computer engineering, mechanical engineering or mathematics). They should also have strong analytical and writing skills in English, good programming skills (MATLAB) and a good background in statistical analysis and control. Preference will be given to candidates who currently reside in the USA or who already have a valid visa for study in the USA.
For initial consideration, please email a single PDF file containing a brief cover letter, detailed CV and contact information for three references to Professor James Peyton Jones (email@example.com). Please include the phrase "PhD Applicant 2020" in the subject line of the email. In due course, successful candidates will also need to apply through the required University application and onboarding processes.