The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of New Mexico, has rolled out two fully-funded Ph.D. students starting from Fall 2022.
The students will work under an NSF-funded project in collaboration with the Sandia National Laboratories.
Possible research topics include: Quantum Sensing, Hardware Security, Resource Management in Next Generation Wireless Networks.
Students from the lab work closely with the Sandia National Laboratories, the Air Force Research Labs, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Working knowledge of the linux OS, Working knowledge of a clean text editor (vim, emacs), Working knowledge of networks, configuration of IP address, general understanding of setting up a network, Experience with some type of FPGA, preferably Xilinx, Ability to write a C program that uses dynamic memory allocation, typedefs, arrays and function calls
Familiarity with: a hardware description language (VHDL or Verilog), e.g., able to write a state machine, FPGA development tools, e.g., Vivado, programming and debugging an HDL design on an FPGA, how to
build a boot disk for linux for an SoC, e.g., Xilinx ZYBO board, booting and logging onto an FPGA using a network connection, creating a binary that runs on an FPGA, e.g., the Arm microprocessor, running simulations on a hardware design using, e.g., Xilinx, SOC FPGAs with both a processor and programmable logic component
Interested Ph.D. students should send email: email@example.com
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