I3T Lab Hiring PhD Students and Postdocs

Duke University I^3T Lab has multiple openings for PhD students and postdocs.

We work in the area of pervasive mobile and sensing systems broadly, and pervasive mobile Augmented Reality (AR) and next-generation intelligence for the Internet of Things in particular. Our work is generously supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Lord Foundation of North Carolina, IBM, Facebook, and DARPA. We are also a part of the recently established NSF AI Institute for Edge Computing Leveraging Next Generation Networks, where our work is focused on building next-generation AI-powered mobile augmented reality.

If you are interested in joining the lab as a PhD student, please e-mail professor Gorlatova (maria.gorlatova /at/ duke.edu) your CV, transcripts, and a brief note about your research interests. We have openings for both CS and ECE PhD students. Strong candidates for PhD studies generally have undergraduate GPA above 3.6/4 and have experience either conducting research or developing advanced technical solutions outside of classroom settings (e.g., in independent studies, internships, employment, as extra-curricular projects). We have openings for PhD students with start dates in August 2022.

If you are interested in joining the lab as a postdoc, please e-mail professor Gorlatova (maria.gorlatova /at/ duke.edu) your CV, a brief note about your research interests, and 1-3 papers that you believe represent your best work to date. Candidates for postdoctoral positions need to have a track record of publishing their work in top venues of the field, and need to be self-driven and independent. The postdoctoral positions’ start dates are flexible, and can be as early as January 2022 and as late as August 2022. Lab’s previous postdoctoral affiliate Dr. Guohao Lan has successfully secured an independent Assistant Professor position at a top university.

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