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Research: Efficient Deep Learning Algorithm and Accelerator Design, Advisor: Yingyan (Celine) Lin

Lab details: EIC Lab

TIGs: Computer Systems and Software, VLSI Systems and Digital Design
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, MS students, 10 positions
Application Due May 1, 2024 to zyu401@gatech.edu

Research keywords: hardware-aware efficient algorithms, algorithm-aware hardware, algorithm-hardware co-design

Description:

EIC Lab is actively recruiting algorithm/hardware interns! Our lab is dedicated to advancing efficient machine learning systems towards real-world applications via cross-layer innovations, i.e., developing 1) hardware-aware efficient algorithms, 2) algorithm-aware hardware, and 3) algorithm-hardware co-design. We regularly publish in first-tier machine learning algorithms and hardware conferences, such as ICML/NeurIPS/ICLR, ISCA/MICRO/HPCA, and ICCAD/DAC. If you are interested and believe you are a good fit, please check out our recruitment flyer and scan the attached QR code for more details and application instructions.

Attachments: eic-flyer-algorithm-6e5fb0.pdf, eic-flyer-hardware-e82b51.pdf
Entry Created: February 12, 2023 at 9:52 pm

Research: PDL Undergraduate Research Program a Learning Experience, Advisor: Lukas Graber

Lab details: Plasma and Dielectrics Laboratory

TIGs: Electrical Energy
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, 4 positions
Application Due July 21, 2023 to https://graber.ece.gatech.edu/purple/

Research keywords:

Description:

PURPLE provides a research learning experience for Georgia Institute of Technology’s undergraduate students. Students will closely collaborate with the Plasma and Dielectrics Lab’s research team to fulfill project-centered tasks while gaining hands-on research experience and co-authoring publications.
What is needed to apply? To apply you must be a current Ga Tech student, fill out the application form and submit your resume.
When are applications due? All applications must be submitted three weeks prior to the start of the semester for the intended project.
When will acceptance notifications be distributed? All applicants will be contacted two weeks prior to the start of the semester for the intended project.
Is there monetary compensation? Please visit the experience page to learn more about compensation.

Entry Created: June 13, 2023 at 2:38 pm

Research: Leveraging AI to revolutionize traditional domains, particularly engineering education, Advisor: Ying Zhang

Lab details: Sensors and Intelligent Systems Lab

TIGs: Digital Signal Processing, Systems and Controls
Seeking: PhD Students, 1 positions
Application Due May 1, 2024 to yzhang@gatech.edu

Research keywords:

Description:

A Ph.D. position is available in the Sensors and Intelligent Systems Lab, focusing on leveraging AI to revolutionize traditional domains, particularly in the realm of engineering education. The expectations for students who are interested in this position are:

Essential:

i. High self-motivation and high passion for research

ii. Strong learning ability

iii. A solid foundation in math and machine learning

iv. Fluent in programming with Python

v. Fluent in English (written and spoken)

Preferred:

i. Experience with deep learning and the frameworks (PyTorch/TensorFlow)

ii. Experience with machine learning-related research (deep learning/statistical learning/online learning/reinforcement learning/…)

If you are interested in this position, please contact Dr. Ying Zhang at yzhang@gatech.edu.

Entry Created: August 14, 2023 at 2:27 pm

Research: AI and Computer Vision for spatial omics data, Advisor: Ahmet Coskun

Lab details: Coskun Lab

TIGs: Bioengineering, Digital Signal Processing
Seeking: PhD Students, 1 positions
Application Due January 31, 2024 to thu71@gatech.edu

Research keywords: AI, Spatial Omics

Description:

At the Coskun lab, we have one open Ph.D. position to work on computer vision and AI to revolutionize the analysis of spatial omics data acquired in the Lab. The lab generated state-of-the-art spatial omics imaging data tackling various biological problems. The expectations for students who are interested in this position are:

1. High self-motivation and passion for research and more specifically biology and AI
2. Strong learning ability and communication with wet lab members to define hypotheses and communicate computational processes with lab members
3. Strong foundation in computer vision and image processing
4. Fluent in programming with Python

The student will learn from current Ph.D. students on existing ongoing projects and rapidly start working on independent projects.
If you are interested in this position, please contact Thomas Hu at thu71@gatech.edu and cc Dr. Coskun at ahmet.coskun@bme.gatech.edu.

Entry Created: October 24, 2023 at 2:44 am

Research: Development of a reconfigurable electronics for intrasvascular ultrasound imaging, Advisor: Brooks Lindsey

Lab details: Ultrasonic Imaging and Instrumentation

TIGs: Bioengineering, Electronic Design & Applications
Seeking: MS students, 1 positions
Application Due February 1, 2024 to brooks@gatech.edu

Research keywords:

Description:

This project aims to implement and evaluate an FPGA-based high-frequency intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) pulser-receiver system for forward-viewing intravascular ultrasound imaging. The proposed system will consist of a computer to control the excitation and reception parameters using Matlab, a DE2-115 Development FPGA board (Terasic Inc., Taiwan), and a custom, proprietary board with the pulser HV7631 (Microchip Technology Inc., USA) and a 12-bit 105 MSPS ADC ADS6124 (Texas Instruments Inc., USA).

Activities:
-Review circuit schematics for PCB design
-Write code for FPGA (Intel) using the Quartus software
-Develop software for Nios II processor using C language
-Develop MATLAB-based graphical user interfaces (GUI) to control the TX/RX parameters

Requirements:
-Strong interest in developing circuits and systems for medical applications
-Experience in FPGA development

Entry Created: November 28, 2023 at 1:52 pm

Research: A postdoc or Ph.D student for Energy Shed, Advisor: Chuanyi Ji

Lab details: Network and Learning

TIGs: Telecommunications
Seeking: PhD Students, 1 positions
Application Due February 27, 2024 to jichuanyi@gatech.edu

Research keywords: Energy networks, large scale data analytics, machine learning

Description:

A position is available for a postdoc or a Ph.D student at Network and Learning Group, ECE, Gatech (https://jic.ece.gatech.edu). The project to develop models and algorithms for energy Shed (//www.gpb.org/news/2022/12/26/georgia-tech-receives-federal-grant-for-renewable-energyshed-project). We seek a potential candidate to join us, who
• aspires to innovative research in this area,
• has (or is developing) a strong background in network modeling or large-scale data analytics and machine learning,
• is persistent in your technical pursuit.

A background in energy/power network is a big plus but not a must – a candidate is expected to develop knowledge once on board.

Please feel free to send a resume with a short statement on your research objective, transcripts for Ph.D student, or example publications (for postdoc candidate), to Chuanyi Ji (jichuanyi@gatech.edu). Position will be available from Jan. 2024 until filled. We apologize that no funding is available for MS students.

Entry Created: December 7, 2023 at 2:20 pm

Research: Undergraduate Field Data Collection, Advisor: Randall Guensler

Lab details: Dr. Guensler lab

TIGs: Optics and Photonics, VLSI Systems and Digital Design
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, 10 positions
Application Due February 2, 2024 to marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu

Research keywords: data collection, machine vision processing, stereo-optical point cloud analysis, Lidar distance data, video analytics

Description:

Dr. Guensler’s research team in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is looking for undergraduates to perform data collection tasks for a national research project funded by the US Department of Transportation. The undergraduate research assistants (URAs) will work under the supervision of a team of faculty members and experienced graduate research assistants that are inventorying pedestrian assets from field-collected video using a combination of manual review, machine vision processing, stereo-optical point cloud analysis, and Lidar distance data. Over the course of the semester, students will collect data from a camera-equipped wheelchair platform. Each wheelchair data collection session typically lasts about five hours along specified sidewalk routes, including travel time (each walking route being roughly 4 to 6 miles) The research team is looking for individuals with an unwavering sense of responsibility and commitment who can handle high-cost equipment with care and ensure that high quality video data is collected. URAs will be expected to work between 10 to 20 hours per week at $20.00/hour for field data collection. Schedules are very flexible and weekend work is encouraged. A current US driver’s license and access to a car are required, as the position requires driving from the Georgia Tech campus to the data collection site and back to campus. Mileage is reimbursed at standard federal rates of 65.5 cents/mile. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Marjorie Jorgenson in the School of CEE (marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu) with the job title in the subject line and attach your latest resume.

Entry Created: December 15, 2023 at 10:06 pm

Research: Neural dynamics underlying physical effort based decision making, Advisor: Sankar Alagapan

Lab details: SIPLab

TIGs: Bioengineering, Digital Signal Processing, Electronic Design & Applications
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, 2 positions
Application Due January 21, 2024 to sankar.alagapan@gatech.edu

Research keywords:

Description:

We are looking for undergraduate students to work on projects investigating effort-based decision-making in humans. Activities will include building custom hardware using off-the-shelf components, developing computer-based cognitive tasks, and preprocessing and analyzing physiological data, including EEG and EMG. Students will have the opportunity to learn human neuroscience besides gaining experience in the areas mentioned above. A time commitment of ~ 10 hours/week is expected, with the option of doing research for credits. Previous experience in any of these areas would be advantageous but not necessary. Please send applications with a current cv/resume to sankar.alagapan@gatech.edu

Entry Created: January 9, 2024 at 3:35 pm

Research: Real-time oscillation estimation for optogenetic feedback control, Advisor: Christopher Rozell

Lab details: SIPLab

TIGs: Bioengineering, Digital Signal Processing, Systems and Controls
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, MS students, 1 positions
Application Due January 12, 2024 to kjohnsen@gatech.edu

Research keywords: frequency-analysis, neuroengineering

Description:

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Attachments: oscillation-estimation-siplab-project-description-2024-01-8a29e0-9e62ea7e7c0b99cf.pdf
Entry Created: January 9, 2024 at 4:29 pm

Research: Undergraduate Machine Vision Position, Advisor: Randall Guensler

TIGs: Bioengineering, Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electrical Energy, Electromagnetics, Electronic Design & Applications, Nanotechnology, Optics and Photonics, Systems and Controls, Telecommunications, VLSI Systems and Digital Design
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, 4 positions
Application Due February 1, 2024 to spandare3@gatech.edu

Research keywords:

Description:

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is looking for three or four talented and detail-oriented undergraduate research assistants (URAs) in civil engineering, computer science, computational science and engineering, and related disciplines to work on cutting-edge research in machine vision and deep learning AI application. The research team is seeking three or four undergraduate research assistants (URAs) to work with a team of graduate students to prepare machine vision training data and assess machine vision model performance. URAs will also gain first-hand experience with the latest research data, including LiDAR and stereo-optical video. This is an excellent chance to be part of a team working on an innovative project that has the potential to make a real impact on the travel conditions of vulnerable road users in the United States. Candidates are expected to work 10 to 20 hours per week at $15.00/hour for Spring 2024 (schedules are flexible). Additional work will be available through the summer semester. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to Marjorie Jorgenson in the School of CEE (marjorie.jorgenson@ce.gatech.edu) with the job title in the subject line and attach your latest resume.

Entry Created: January 11, 2024 at 7:02 am

Research: Wearable IoT system development for worker’s safety, Advisor: Yong Cho

Lab details: RICAL

TIGs: Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electronic Design & Applications
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, MS students, PhD Students, 2 positions
Application Due August 15, 2024 to yong.cho@ce.gatech.edu

Research keywords: microcontrollers, IoT, sensors

Description:

Required Skills:
• Experience in mechatronics
– Worked with microcontrollers
– Familiar with receiving and processing wireless sensor data
– Has experience reading datasheets, working with low-level code
• Proficient in C/C++ and Python
• Experienced in Linux
– Comfortable using terminal commands

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience with PCB design
• Experience with the Arduino ecosystem
• Experience with the Raspberry PI ecosystem
• Experience working with IMUs
• Knowledge of UART and PWM
• Knowledge of Apache2, PHP, or MySQL
• Familiarity with networking (HTTP request methods, using TCP protocol, etc.)

Entry Created: February 8, 2024 at 2:53 pm

Research: Large scale data analytics for resilient energy infrastructure and communities, Advisor: Chuanyi Ji

Lab details: Network and machine learning lab

TIGs: Telecommunications
Seeking: Undergraduate Students, 1 positions
Application Due February 9, 2024 to jichuanyi@gatech.edu

Research keywords: data analytics, resilient energy grid and communities

Description:

If you are interested in working with us through PURA in summer 2024, please feel free to contact jichuanyi@gatech.edu

The students needs to have a basic background in computing (e.g., writing code and using existing visualization tools). It will be super if the student has taken ML classes but not a must.

Entry Created: February 9, 2024 at 3:52 am

Research: Spacecraft Avionics Engineer, Advisor: Glenn Lightsey

Lab details: Space Systems Design Lab

TIGs: Computer Systems and Software, Electronic Design & Applications
Seeking: MS students, PhD Students, 1 positions
Application Due February 29, 2024 to fvirani7@gatech.edu

Research keywords: PCB Design, Embedded Programming, Avionics, F-Prime, Microcontrollers(Arduino, ATMega128, RPI), C, C++

Description:

Dr. Lightsey’s group in the Space Systems Design Lab is looking for one or two ECE Master’s students interested in working on avionics for future CubeSat missions. CubeSats are small square-shaped satellites deployed in space to perform research and explore new technologies. Selected candidates would get the opportunity to work with flight hardware and learn spacecraft-specific skills (space hardware design & requirements, as well as cleanroom assembly, integration, and test)! The roles would involve assisting with electronic design and flight software development for CubeSat systems funded by NASA.

Candidates should have prior experience designing electronics (analog, digital circuit design) and/or writing software for embedded systems (firmware development in C, C++). The ideal candidate would have experience in one or more of the following:
• PCB Design, Fabrication, and Testing
• Embedded Systems Programming (Proficiency in C, C++)
• Microcontrollers (ATMega128, Arduino, RPI)
• Communication protocols(SPI, I2C, UART, RS422/485)
• Operating digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, function generators
• F-Prime(desired but not required)

Prior experience working with space hardware and designing electronics/software for space systems is desired, but not required.

To conform to U.S. Government export regulations, applicant must be a (i) U.S. citizen or national, (ii) U.S. lawful, permanent resident (aka green card holder), (iii) Refugee under 8 U.S.C. § 1157, or (iv) Asylee under 8 U.S.C. § 1158, or be eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State

Interested candidates should send their resume to Mohit Singh (msingh336@gatech.edu), Farhan Virani (fvirani7@gatech.edu), and cc Dr. Lightsey (glenn.lightsey@gatech.edu)

Entry Created: February 9, 2024 at 9:34 pm

Research: Biotelemetry for Gastrointestinal Devices and Neural Implants, Advisor: Seun Sangodoyin

Lab details: Bioelectronics, Wireless and Nanotechnology Systems (BioWiNS)

TIGs: Bioengineering
Seeking: MS students, 2 positions
Application Due June 7, 2024 to seun.sangodoyin@gatech.edu

Research keywords: Wireless Communications, Signal Processing

Description:

The Bioelectronics, Wireless and Nanotechnology Systems (BioWiNS) Group led by Prof. Seun Sangodoyin (ECE), has two GRA positions available for MS students.
Students are expected to have a strong background in wireless communications and statistical signal processing.

This is a paid position, students will be expected to work 20 hrs a week.

If interested, please send your resume to seun.sangodoyin@gatech.edu.

Attachments: Ad_Research_Flyer-b606b3-dfe6c9a984d57c1c.pdf
Entry Created: February 21, 2024 at 11:03 pm

Research: Jammer Detection in Joint Communication and Radar Sensing Systems, Advisor: Seun Sangodoyin

Lab details: Bioelectronics, Wireless and Nanotechnology Systems (BioWiNS)

TIGs: Bioengineering
Seeking: MS students, 1 positions
Application Due June 1, 2024 to seun.sangodoyin@gatech.edu

Research keywords: Radar, Communication, Remote Sensing, Signal Processing

Description:

The Bioelectronics, Wireless and Nanotechnology Systems (BioWiNS) Group led by Prof. Seun Sangodoyin (ECE), has one GRA position available.

Requisites: We seek the following:
1. MS student with background in estimation, detection, and communication theory.
2. MS student with experience in signal processing.

Furthermore, student should have strong proficiency in MATLAB.
This is a paid position; therefore, student must commit 20 hours per week.

Location: Technology Enterprise Park, 387 Technology Circle NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

If interested, please send your resume to seun.sangodoyin@gatech.edu.

Attachments: Ad_Research_Flyer_Jammer_Detection-9a4e3e-782b2ee5786787a9.pdf
Entry Created: February 23, 2024 at 10:44 pm