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Job: PhD Fellowships at Polytechnic University - Brooklyn
 
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Ivan Selesnick (selesi@taco.poly.edu)
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 1998 12:00 am    
Subject: Job: PhD Fellowships at Polytechnic University - Brooklyn
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#20 Job: PhD Fellowships at Polytechnic University - Brooklyn

I'd like to let students interested in doing wavelet-related
research know that several fellowships are available at Poly
for Jan 99.

- Ivan Selesnick
selesi@taco.poly.edu

Announcement for Research Fellowships

Electrical Engineering Department
Polytechnic University
Six Metrotech Center
Brooklyn, New York 11201
U.S.A.

Several research fellowships are available beginning Spring '99 for
students who are interested in pursuing their Ph.D. in the Electrical
Engineering Department. These research scholarships are very
competitive and highly qualified candidates are encouraged to apply
for these positions. It is required that applicants have a high grade
point average and strong GRE scores. The Electrical Engineering
Department enjoys a strong national reputation and is ranked 12th in
its undergraduate program and 24th in its graduate program. The
department engages in over 2.5 million dollars of external research
annually in the following areas: Telecommunications, signal
processing, control, wireless, communication, robotics, computer
engineering, electromagnetics, and power.

Interested applicants should send their applications to the Electrical
Engineering Department with a cover letter stating their
qualifications for the research fellowships. Applications will also be
posted on the departmental web pages and may be reached through the
university web pages at http://www.poly.edu.
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