RA Position in Wireless Communication at University of Louisville

A research assistant position with full financial support is available in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. The position can start the fall of 2017 or the spring of 2018. We are looking for self-motivated and diligent students who seek to pursue a Ph.D. degree specializing in wireless communications and networking.

The ideal candidate is expected to conduct research on advanced wireless technologies and innovative wireless applications, from theoretical exploration to system implementation. Research areas include, but are not limited to:
- Physical layer of wireless communications (OFDM, MIMO, channel coding, etc.)
- Advanced wireless system design (Wi-Fi, LTE, Bluetooth, etc.)
- Cross-layer wireless network optimization
- Wireless network privacy and security (Jamming, authentication, eavesdropping, etc.)
- Innovative wireless applications (e.g., localization, tracking and detection)

Students with background in wireless communications, signal processing, computer networking, OR algorithm design are encouraged to contact Prof. Huacheng Zeng at huacheng.zeng@louisville.edu. Hands-on experience on wireless system design (e.g., GNU Radio and USRP) is a big plus but not required.

More information regarding the RA position is available at www.ece.louisville.edu/hzeng

University of Louisville is localized at the metropolitan area of Louisville, which is the largest city of Kentucky. Louisville boasts a thriving art community, an affordable cost of living, eclectic neighborhoods, safe streets and a diverse population. The Places Rated Almanac ranked Louisville the 14th-best place to live in North America.