The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Montana State University is looking for highly qualified Master’s and Ph.D. students to commence studies in the Fall semester. Candidates for the Master’s program should possess a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics or other appropriate field. Candidates for the Doctoral program may enter with either a Bachelor's or Master's degree in an appropriate field. It is our intention to support all qualified graduate students with either RA or TA positions (subject to availability of funding).
Presently, funded opportunities exist for Master’s and Ph.D. candidates with experience or interest in the following specific research areas:
Digital systems (Prof. R. Snider, Prof. B. LaMeres, Prof. T. Kaiser)
Optical imaging and remote sensing (Prof. K. Repasky, Prof. J. Shaw)
Micro- and nano-structured devices (Prof. D. Dickensheets, Prof. W. Nakagawa)
Signal, image and information processing (Prof. R. Maher, Prof. N. Nategh, Prof. S. Shaw, Prof. R. Snider)
For more information about these research topics, please contact the indicated faculty members, or the graduate coordinator, Prof. Wataru Nakagawa.
The priority application deadline is January 15, for all applicants seeking RA or TA support.
Applications from international students received by May 1, or domestic students received by July 1, can also be considered for Fall semester admission (subject to available funding).
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Montana State University
P.O. Box 173780
Bozeman, MT 59717-3780
Tel: (406) 994-2505
Fax: (406) 994-5958
Location: 610 Cobleigh Hall
Robert C. Maher, Ph.D., P.E.