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Electrical and Computer Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

***Ph.D. Students Needed***

New Graduate Assistantship Openings
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduate Programs | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering | University of Wyoming

Graduate Assistantship openings are available fall of 2014 in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at The University of Wyoming.

The University of Wyoming, with high levels of financial support from the state of Wyoming, is embarking on a bold new venture to greatly enhance its graduate program.  As part of this initiative, the college of Engineering will be adding almost 50% more faculty positions and 100 new Ph.D. level Excellence Fellowships.  

The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering needs top quality Ph.D. students to assist our professors in their research efforts.  Faculty members in ECE at the University of Wyoming have research opportunities in the following areas:


Electronic Systems and Devices


Control Systems

Signal Processing & Computer Networks

Electrical Energy Systems—Wind


Electrical Energy Systems—Power


Graduate Programs | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering | University of Wyoming                

You may review the Electrical & Computer Engineering website for admission requirements at:

For early consideration follow this link and complete the graduate student pre-admission survey

All Ph.D. candidates must have completed their M.S. Degree before being accepted into the Ph.D. program.

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