Our lab's work spans a broad range of topics that can involve physical modeling and analysis of single devices (for example using tools of quantum transport, semiconductor and device physics, magnetism and spintronics, among others) , all the way up to designing and implementing systems with thousands of devices (involving FPGA emulation of new architectures or algorithms, analyzing their computational complexity) or it could involve activities in between, such as prototyping small circuits with emerging devices in the lab.
If you are interested, please apply to the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) graduate program in the area of Computer Engineering (CE). If you would like to email us about your application or to discuss potential interests, please include your CV and transcripts, as well as a brief description of any past research experience.
We are always looking to work with undergraduate researchers with an interest in research. Undergraduate researchers typically work with our lab for at least a year (and during breaks) and they regularly co-author research publications at the highest levels.
Undergraduate research is a rewarding experience and it takes a significant amount of commitment for it to be a productive activity. We do not require any previous research experience, however, given the intensity of work required we can accommodate only a few students who can commit a significant amount of time.
Feel free to contact us with a short description of your interests and background along with a realistic plan of how much time you can allocate for research.