Ph.D. Student position in Reconfigurable Computing
A Ph.D. student position in Reconfigurable Computing at Oakland University is open for Fall 2015. The successful candidate will work under the direction of Dr. Llamocca. Current
research areas include i)hardware development for automotive and video compression applications, ii) embedded system design with FPGAs, and iii) Run-Time Reconfigurable Techniques on FPGAs.
Applicants should have a B.Sc. degree in electrical/computer engineering. Relevant experience in hardware design, signal processing, and embedded systems is desired. Self-motivation,
good programming skills, writing skills, and willingness to work in a collaborative environment are expected.
Applicants should send their CV and their GRE score to Dr. Llamocca while at the same time following the
school admission procedures.
The application deadline for Fall 2015 is July 15 for domestic students and May 1 for international students.
Graduate Research Opportunities
Prospective M.Sc. and Ph.D. students are encouraged to apply if they are interested to work in the areas of computer architecture, reconfigurable computing, embedded systems,
and GPU programming. Experience in hardware design is a plus. In order to be considered for graduate studies, you must formally apply to the
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Oakland University.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Undergraduate students are welcome to conduct research in the RECRLab, particulary during Summer months. Students will work on a project under the supervision of a faculty advisor or
will assist a senior graduate student in their research. Strong motivation is desired.