CURENT provides a wide range of exciting opportunities for graduate education within several technical areas relevant to an evolving power industry:
- ultra-wide-area monitoring and measurements
- ultra-wide-area actuation and control
- situational awareness and visualization
- communication and cyber security
- grid integration of renewable energy sources
- power market structures and social impact
- large-scale modeling and high speed computations
- power electronics interface with distributed energy source
- modeling silicon carbide power electronics devices and systems
- high power density converters
- power electronics packaging for high temperature applications
We are looking for exceptional graduate students to be part of the CURENT team.
Financial support is available in the form of Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA) and Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA).
New applicants should apply to the UT Graduate School and follow the procedures described here. Additionally, new applicants should contact the faculty member that they are interested in working with to inquire about GRA and GTA positions.