I am constantly looking for self-motivated PhD students to carry out research in networking area. A successful candidate should meet the following requirements:
- - Have completed the MS/Honours degree in EE, CS, or a relevant area.
- - Strong analytical/experimental skills and strong communications skills.
- - Solid background in communications and networking.
- - Previous research experience on wireless networking is a plus.
- - Previous research experience on simulation/experiments is a plus.
If you believe that you meet the above requirements and would like to pursue your PhD degree in our group, please send me an email including a detailed CV, a summary of your previous research experience, the abstract of your master thesis, one or two representative published papers, and everything that you believe will demonstrate your research abilities and help your application. (Kindly don't send zip files, as our antivirus software quarantines them.)
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