Graduate Research Assistantships
We are interested in Ph D applicants with strong mathematical background. All applicants should have background in analysis of algorithms and abstraction and analysis skills. For students interested in our Data Science Lab (dslab.usc.edu), we expect the applicants to know linear algebra and probability theory. Familiarity with optimization (linear and non-linear programming) is a big plus. Current projects are described at our websites fpga.usc.edu and dslab.usc.edu. Research assistants receive a competitive stipend plus paid tuition. Outstanding applicants will also be considered for Fellowship. Research assistantships and Fellowships are available for PhD applicants only. These are highly competitive. I strongly encourage you to visit my project web pages, study our recent publications, interact with my students and with me via email before you decide to apply to my group. If you are interested in our work, your Statement should clearly state your interest to work in my group and list me as one of your potential advisors at USC.
Applicants can apply to either the Computer Science department or to the Computer Engineering program within the Electrical Engineering department.
1. The USC
graduate online application webpage is available at the following websites: https://gradadm.usc.edu/apply/.
2. Complete and submit the electronic USC Graduate Admission Application.
3. Read the instructions on the webpage carefully and fill the online application form. You must provide the following information:
email Professor Prasanna (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with following documents:
5. If you have questions about USC application process, please e-mail the USC Graduate Admissions Office, or contact them via telephone at +1 (213) 740-7755.
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