I always looking for talented PhD students. Successful candidates will work on:

  • Developing, testing, and integrating new multifunctional structures for remote sensing applications.
  • Investigating and developing methods for large-scale coupled structural-EM simulations.
  • Investigating aircraft integration effects on phased arrays.11Applicants should hold a B.S. and/or M.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Ideal candidates will have a strong background in aerospace structures and some interest in electromagnetics and antennas. Experience in design of aerospace structures a plus.  In addition to the above engineering skills and interests, applicants should also be highly motivated, self-driven students who have demonstrated a strong academic track record.Position are typically 50% appointment year round, with the potential for up to 100% appointment during the summer. Positions include tuition support as well as a stipend. Some domestic and international travel will likely be required over the course of the degree program.

    Interested applicants should apply to the graduate program of KU and then contact me (earnold@ku.edu) with a detailed CV and a research statement summarizing research background/interest.