High Power Electronics (Graduate Research Assistant)

High Power Electronics (Graduate Research Assistant)
Contact - Jun Wang
Department - Electrical & Computer Engineering
Students Needed:
• Graduate
Dr. Jun Wang’s lab in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is searching for a highly motivated Ph.D. student with an interest in studying wide-bandgap-based high power electronics. The student will explore high-efficiency high-performance electric power conversion solutions for heavy-duty transportation carriers such as electric ships and trucks. Research opportunities include power circuit topologies, system integration and optimization, advanced control systems and gate-drivers, as well as converter reliability and resiliency.

Lincoln, Nebraska, is a vibrant city with one of the top 10 downtowns and a large number of parks and trails. Indeed, Lincoln was recently named the #2 top city with the highest quality of life by The Huffington Post. There is ample affordable housing available with a cost of living about 10% below the national average. Come and check out one of the best college towns in the nation that is less than an hour from Omaha and an easy three-hour drive to Kansas City.

How to apply?

Please send a CV and statement of interest that includes motivations, qualifications, and career goals to jwang91@unl.edu.