USA: PhD student in Fault Tolerant Control design/Fault Detection and Identification at University of Louisiana

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Description: The Advanced Controls Laboratory at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA has available funding to support a PhD student in the general area of Fault Tolerant Control design/Fault Detection and Identification with application to dynamic systems.

Eligibility: The successful candidate is expected to have a strong background in control systems theory, fault tolerant control design and system identification via Neural Networks. Good programming skills and experience with MATLAB/Simulink is an asset. A background in automotive control as well as prior working experience with CarSim will be an advantage. Applicant to this position should already have completed (or will soon complete) a Masters degree in systems and controls, electrical engineering, automotive, and/or computer engineering. This three year PhD project is sponsored by the Louisiana Board of Regents.

Funding: The funding covers the cost of full tuition and stipends at a competitive rate and will start in January
2014 (Spring semester).

To Apply: Interested individuals should send their detailed curriculum vitae, copies of their recent transcripts, a copy of their best publication in English, and if applicable GRE/test scores to Dr. Afef Fekih (afef.fekih@louisiana.edu).

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