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GRADUATE PROGRAM

Biomedical Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/bme/graduate

The goal of the UCI biomedical engineering program is to train students for 21st century jobs in the biomedical and biotechnology industries, healthcare professions and academia. Located at a world-class research university deep in the heart of the nation’s biomedical device and technology capital, we are uniquely positioned to build upon our existing research strengths.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • Highly interdisciplinary culture • State-of-the-art research center and facilities • Centrally located in the heart of Southern California’s biomedical device industry (more than 300 medical device companies)


RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

REQUIRED BACKGROUND

• Biophotonics

Because of its interdisciplinary nature, biomedical engineering attracts students with a variety of backgrounds. The requirements for admission are tailored to students who have a bachelor’s degree in an engineering, physical science or biological science discipline with a grade point average of 3.20 or higher in their upper-division coursework. The minimum coursework requirements are six quarters of calculus through linear algebra and ordinary differential equations, three quarters of calculusbased physics, three quarters of chemistry and two quarters of biology. Students without a physics, chemistry, or engineering undergraduate degree may be required to take additional relevant undergraduate engineering courses during their first year in the program; any such requirements will be specifically determined by the BME graduate committee on a case-bycase basis and will be made known to the applicant at the time of program acceptance.

• Biomedical Micro/Nanoscale Devices • Tissue Engineering • Biomolecular/Genetic Engineering • Cardiovascular Engineering • Neuroengineering • Biomedical Computational Technologies

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Beckman Laser Institute • Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics • Center for Advanced Design and Manufacturing of Integrated Microfluidics • Edwards Lifesciences Center for Advanced Cardiovascular Technology • Center for Complex Biological Systems • Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center • Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility • Reeve-Irvine Research Center • UCI Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center • Gavin Herbert Eye Institute • Bio-Organic Nanotechnology Lab

The recommended minimum combined verbal and quantitative portion of the GRE is 310, or a minimum combined MCAT score in verbal reasoning, physical sciences and biological sciences problems of 30. A minimum score of 94 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT) is recommended of all international students whose native language is not English. All applicants must submit three letters of recommendation. GRADUATE COORDINATOR

University of California, Irvine

Clare Cheng bme@uci.edu (949) 824-3494

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/admissions/graduate/programs-andconcentrations/chemical-and-biochemical-engineering

The principal objectives of the graduate curriculum in chemical and biochemical engineering are to develop and expand students’ abilities to solve new and more challenging engineering problems and to promote their skills in independent thinking and learning in preparation for careers in manufacturing, research or teaching. These objectives are reached through a program of coursework and research designed by each student with the assistance, advice and approval of a primary faculty adviser and a faculty advisory committee.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • World-class faculty addressing current grand challenges in energy and the environment • Highly collaborative, interdisciplinary research culture • Active and engaged graduate student association, which participates in department affair


RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

RECOMMENDED BACKGROUND

• Biomolecular Engineering

It is strongly recommended that students have background and training in core chemical engineering topics (transport phenomena, thermodynamics and reaction kinetics) as well as a strong background in mathematics, chemistry and physics. A student who enters the program without undergraduate preparation in chemical engineering is required to take three to five additional prerequisite courses (MATH 3A and MATH 3D, and CBEMS 45B-CBEMS 45C, CBEMS 110, CBEMS 112, and CBEMS 125A).

• Biomaterials • Biophotonics and Optoelectronics • Electrochemistry and Energy Materials • Metabolic Engineering and Synthetic Biology • Nuclear Chemistry and Separations • Soft Matter and Complex Fluids • Systems Biology

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Beckman Laser Institute • Flow Cytometry Core Facility • Genomics High Throughput Facility (GHTF) • Institute for Design and Manufacturing Innovation (IDMI) • Irvine Materials Research Institute (IMRI) • Laser Spectroscopy Facility • Mass Spectrometry Facility • Nuclear Reactor Facility • Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Center Core

RELATIONSHIP OF M.S. AND PH.D. PROGRAMS Students applying with the objective of a Ph.D. are admitted to the M.S./ Ph.D. program only if they are likely to successfully complete a Ph.D. program. These students do not formally reapply to the Ph.D. program after completing the M.S. degree. Students who apply to the M.S.-only program must formally apply for the Ph.D. program if they desire to continue for the Ph.D. Financial support is usually reserved for those students who plan to complete the Ph.D. The normative time to complete M.S. and Ph.D. degrees is two and five years, respectively.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR

University of California, Irvine

Grace Chau chaug@uci.edu (949) 824-3887

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Civil Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/cee/graduate

Civil engineering addresses the technology of constructed environments and, as such, embraces a wide range of intellectual endeavors. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering mission is to provide students with a broad, fundamental and flexible educational program and to expand engineering knowledge through an active and exciting graduate research program. Financial support through research or teaching assistantships and a variety of fellowships and scholarships is available to qualified students.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • Internationally recognized academics • State-of-the-art laboratories and research centers • Financial support through research and teaching opportunities


RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

AFFILIATED FACILITIES

At the point of application, a student is required to identify a thrust area. Specifically, the three thrust areas that have been identified for the Civil Engineering Graduate program are:

• Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing

• Structural Engineering – includes engineering mechanics, advanced composites, structural dynamics, earthquake engineering, and reliability and risk assessment

• Structural Engineering Test Hall

• Transportation Systems Engineering – includes traffic operations and management, advanced information technology applications, travel behavior and transportation systems analysis

• FloodRISE

• Institute of Transportation Studies • Water-Energy Nexus (WEX) Center

AFFILIATED PROJECTS • UCI Water-PIRE • UC Stormwater Initiative

• Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering – includes hydrology, water resources, and remote sensing Once admitted, an advisor will be assigned according to the thrust area a student has chosen. Financial support through research or teaching assistantships and a variety of fellowships and scholarships is available to qualified students.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR

University of California, Irvine

April Heath a.heath@uci.edu t: (949) 824-0584 f: (949) 824-2117

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Electrical and Computer Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/eecs/graduate

Electrical engineering and computer science is a broad field encompassing such diverse subject areas as computer systems, distributed computing, computer networks, control, electronics, photonics, digital systems, circuits (analog, digital, mixed-mode and power electronics), communications, signal processing, electromagnetics and physics of semiconductor devices. Knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences is applied to the theory, design and implementation of devices and systems for the benefit of society.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • A challenging and stimulating environment • Cutting-edge and interdisciplinary research • Great location and connections to industry • Internationally renowned faculty who are all top experts in their fields


AFFILIATED FACILITIES

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

• California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology

• Optics, electronic devices and circuits

• Center for Embedded Computer Systems • Center for Pervasive Communications and Computing • Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility

ADMISSION Prospective graduate students apply directly to the Electrical and Computer Engineering program, specifying M.S. or Ph.D. degree goal. Applicants are evaluated based on prior academic coursework and potential for creative research and teaching, as demonstrated in their application materials including official university transcripts, letters of recommendation, GRE test scores and statement of purpose.

RECOMMENDED BACKGROUND It is strongly recommended that students have a background and training in core engineering topics with a required minimum undergraduate grade point average of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. A student who enters the program without adequate undergraduate preparation may be required to complete additional coursework.

• Communications • Signal processing • Machine vision • Power electronics • Systems engineering

CONCENTRATIONS • Computer Engineering: researching parallel and distributed computer systems, distributed software architectures and databases, ultrareliable real-time computer systems, VLSI architectures, reconfigurable computing, computer design automation, low-power design, embedded systems, computer communication protocols, computer networks, security, programming languages for parallel/ distributed processing, knowledge management, service-oriented architectures and software engineering • Electrical Engineering: researching optical and solid-state devices, including quantum electronics and optics, integrated electro-optics and acoustics, design of semiconductor devices and materials, analog and mixed-signal IC design, microwave and microwave devices, and scanning acoustic microscopy; systems engineering and signal processing, including communication theory, machine vision, signal processing, power electronics, neural networks, communications networks, systems engineering and control systems GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Natalie Imondi eecsgrad@uci.edu (949) 824-6012

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Engineering with a Concentration in

Environmental Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/cee/graduate/programs/environmental

Environmental engineering is an interdisciplinary program, engaging faculty from engineering and the sciences. It addresses the development of strategies to control anthropogenic emissions of pollutants to the atmosphere, waterways and terrestrial environment; the remediation of polluted natural systems; the design of technologies to treat waste, energy efficiency and environmentally responsible power generation; and the evaluation of contaminant fate in the environment. The program curriculum provides students with an

understanding of environmental air and water chemistry; environmental microbiology; combustion technologies; aerosol science; transport phenomena; reactor theory; unit operations and systems design; physical, chemical and biological processes in relation to water and wastewater treatment; water reuse; pollutant fate and transport; waste disposal; the ecology of natural waters; mathematical modeling; energy systems; soil physics; fluid mechanics; hydrology; meteorology; and global climate change and energy.


DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • Internationally recognized academics • State-of-the-art laboratories and research centers • Financial support through research and teaching opportunities

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS • Water • Energy • Air Quality • Climate

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Advanced Power and Energy Program • Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing • Institute of Transportation Studies • Water-Energy Nexus (WEX) Center

REQUIRED BACKGROUND The program core curriculum builds on environmental engineering fundamentals such as fluid mechanics, environmental chemistry, microbial processes, thermodynamics, hydrological and climate science, and reactor theory and design. The interdisciplinary nature of the program allows students with a variety of science and engineering backgrounds to undertake studies in this field. Students admitted to the program lacking one or more fundamental courses can earn credit toward the M.S. degree by completing these courses at UCI. Students entering the program are expected to have had exposure to engineering-level math that includes linear algebra, differential equations and statistics. The degree to which each student meets the program’s background requirement is determined by a faculty committee at the time of admission. Students with an insufficient background who are offered admission will be required to take a set of appropriate prerequisite undergraduate courses before entering the program or at the beginning of the program.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR

University of California, Irvine

April Heath a.heath@uci.edu (949) 824-0584

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Engineering with a Concentration in

Materials and Manufacturing Technology http://engineering.uci.edu/interdisciplinary-graduate-programs/ materials-and-manufacturing-technology

Materials and manufacturing technology is concerned with the generation and application of knowledge related to the composition, structure and processing of materials to their properties and applications, as well as the manufacturing technologies needed for production. MMT has become an important component of engineering education, partly because of the sophistication required to engineer materials in a rapidly changing technological society, and partly because the selection of materials has become an integral part of almost every modern

engineering design. In fact, further improvements in design are now viewed more and more as primarily materials and manufacturing issues. Both the development of new materials and the understanding of present-day materials demand a thorough knowledge of basic engineering and scientific principles including, for example, crystal structure, mechanics, mechanical behavior, electronic, optical and magnetic properties, thermodynamics, phase equilibria, heat transfer, diffusion, and the physics and chemistry of solids and chemical reactions.


DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • Schoolwide interdisciplinary program • Integration of materials and manufacturing processes • Broad choice of courses

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS • Chemical Processing and Production • Electronic and Photonic Materials and Devices • Biomedical and Electronic Manufacturing and Packaging

RECOMMENDED BACKGROUND Given the nature of materials and manufacturing technology as an interdisciplinary program, students with a background and suitable training in either materials, engineering (biomedical, civil, chemical, electrical and mechanical), or the physical sciences (physics, chemistry, geology) are encouraged to participate. Recommended background courses include an introduction to materials, thermodynamics, mechanical properties and electrical/optical/ magnetic properties. A student with an insufficient background may be required to take remedial undergraduate courses following matriculation as a graduate student.

• Materials Engineering

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility • Irvine Materials Research Institute • Bio-Organic Nanofabrication Lab

GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Connie Cheng connie.cheng@uci.edu (949) 824-3562

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Materials Science and Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/chems/graduate

Materials Science and Engineering focuses on the discovery of new materials, the tailoring of materials systems for optimum performance in a given technological application, and the design of novel materials solutions for emerging technologies. MSE is an interdisciplinary field incorporating elements of chemistry, physics, biology and/or engineering to derive and control the connections between structure (at length scales ranging from sub-atomic to macroscale), the processing necessary to achieve that structure, the fundamental properties (electrical, optical, thermal, mechanical, etc.), and the performance.

These correlations are investigated using advanced materials characterization techniques and theoretical/computational analysis. Many of the most pressing scientific and technological challenges faced by humanity are constrained by the limits of currently available materials. The discovery, design and development of enabling materials is at the core of solving current and future scientific and engineering grand challenges, and benefit industries involved in electronics, advanced sensors, communications, human health, transportation, manufacturing recreation, energy conversion and storage, and environmental sustainability.


DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.

HIGHLIGHTS • Cross-disciplinary research in energy, sustainability and biomaterials • Cohesive graduate student community with a proactive departmental Graduate Student Association • Internationally renowned researchers leading the Irvine Materials Research Institute with state-of-the-art instrumentation for TEM (4), SEM/FIB (5), and XRD (3)

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Irvine Materials Research Institute • Institute for Design and Manufacturing Innovation • Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility • Advanced Power and Energy Program • National Fuel Cell Research Center • Laser Spectroscopy Facility and Mass Spectrometry Facility • Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics • Nuclear Reactor Facility

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS

RECOMMENDED BACKGROUND

• Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage • Materials for Extreme Environments • In-situ Microscopy • Nanomaterials • Materials Processing and Additive Manufacturing • Bio-inspired Materials • Optoelectronic Materials • Compositionally Complex Alloys (High Entropy Alloys) • Micro/Nano-Architected Materials • Nanomechanics • Coatings and Engineered Surfaces • Green Engineering • Computational Materials Science • Quantitative Percussion Diagnostics of Defects in Materials

Given the nature of materials science and engineering as a cross-disciplinary program, students with a background and suitable training in materials, engineering (mechanical, electrical, civil, chemical, aerospace) and the physical sciences (physics, chemistry, geology) are encouraged to participate. A student with an insufficient background may be required to take remedial undergraduate courses. Recommended background courses include an introduction to materials, thermodynamics, mechanical behavior and electrical/optical/magnetic behavior.

• Scalable Micro/Nano-Manufacturing GRADUATE COORDINATOR

University of California, Irvine

Grace Chau chaug@uci.edu (949) 824-3887

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering http://engineering.uci.edu/dept/mae/graduate

The mechanical and aerospace engineering faculty are internationally recognized experts and scholars in diverse areas of research and scholarship. In addition to their research accomplishments, faculty members are deeply dedicated to teaching and mentoring. The department offers an outstanding selection of courses that combine fundamentals with the latest technological advances in a variety of fields. The graduate program provides a superb educational experience that

stimulates knowledge, discovery, creativity and technology development. Students work with some of the brightest minds in the world, in cuttingedge experimental and computational facilities.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.


HIGHLIGHTS • Highly interdisciplinary research opportunities in first-class experimental and computational facilities • Faculty who are world experts and have received top distinctions in their fields • Financial support through a variety of fellowships and assistantships • Dedicated mentoring, and academic and professional guidance from faculty

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Advanced Power and Energy Program • Center for Advanced Design and Manufacturing of Integrated Microfluidics • Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility • National Fuel Cell Research Center • Institute for Design and Manufacturing Innovation • UCI Combustion Laboratory

• Innovative course options

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS • Biomechanical Engineering • Design and Manufacturing • Dynamics, Controls and Robotics • Energy and Environment • Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics • Mechanics of Solids, Structures and Materials • Microsystems and Nanomaterials • Power and Propulsion

GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Louise Yeager lyeager@uci.edu (949) 824-7984

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Medical Scientist Training Program http://www.mstp.uci.edu

Since the first students entered the UCI MSTP in 1980, the program has grown and flourished. Today, students and associated faculty pursue research in fields such as stem cell biology, cancer biochemistry, epidemiology of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, human brain mapping, orthopedic biomechanics in sports injury, among others. Our associated graduate programs include biomedical engineering. This program trains individuals who can understand and contribute to advances in research

and apply their skills to medical care. The combination of clinical training leading to a M.D., together with research training leading to a Ph.D., is a way to educate scientists who can apply laboratory results to the problems of clinical medicine. UCI MSTP prides itself on the invigorating and collaborative experience its students and faculty cultivate. Plus, the beaches of Southern California make a beautiful backdrop for our academic and recreational pursuits.


DUAL DEGREE OFFERED M.D. & Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering

ADMISSIONS Highly qualified students who have an outstanding academic record, substantial research experience and a strong commitment to a career in clinical and translational research will be considered for the UCI MSTP. Applicants must meet the admission requirements of both the School of Medicine and the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. MCAT scores are required, GRE scores are not. The UCI MSTP strives for diversity. Nonresidents of California are encouraged to apply and are considered equivalently to residents. International students are not eligible. Students who already hold either degree (M.D. or Ph.D.) are not eligible for the joint program. Over the past few years, students admitted to the MSTP have had undergraduate grade point averages ranging from 3.6 to 4.0 and MCAT scores ranging from 11 to 14 in all subjects. All current MSTP students have had substantial research experience as undergraduates or have completed master’s degree programs before entering. As of 2015, the time to degree is 7.8 years and the rate of completion is 90%.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Armando Villalpando afvillal@uci.edu (949) 824-8848

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Networked Systems http://www.networkedsystems.uci.edu

The graduate program in networked systems is administered by faculty from two academic units: the Department of Computer Science in the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Samueli School of Engineering. The program provides education and research opportunities in the areas of computer and telecommunication networks.

Networked systems include telephone, cable TV, wireless, mobile, ad hoc and cellular, as well as the internet. Networked systems, as a field, is inherently interdisciplinary since it combines technology in software, hardware and communications. As a result, it transcends traditional departmental boundaries.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S. & Ph.D.


HIGHLIGHTS • Interdisciplinary environment • Top rated by academic analytics • Excellent record of placing graduates • Great location and connections to industry

ADMISSION Prospective graduate students apply directly to the networked systems program, specifying M.S. or Ph.D. degree goal. Applicants who do not hold a bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering or electrical engineering may be required to take supplementary coursework to obtain and demonstrate sufficient background in the field. Applicants are evaluated based on prior academic record and potential for creative research and teaching, as demonstrated in their application materials including official university transcripts, letters of recommendation, GRE test scores and statement of purpose.

RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS • Network Architecture and Protocols • Network Theory • Wireless Networks • Distributed Systems, Embedded Systems and Big Data

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS The graduate program in networked systems includes core, breadth and concentration courses. Core courses are taken by all networked systems students and form a foundation for networking topics. Breadth courses may be selected from technical courses (including distributed systems, algorithms, data structures, operating systems, databases, random processes and linear systems) and management and applications of technology (including educational technology, management of information technology and social impact). Concentration courses may be selected from a long list including courses on networks, performance, middleware, communications, and operations research.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Natalie Imondi eecsgrad@uci.edu (949) 824-6012

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Dual Master’s Degree Program in

Civil Engineering, and Urban and Regional Planning http://ppd.soceco.uci.edu/murp/murpmsce-concurrent-degree

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Planning, Policy and Design in the School of Social Ecology offer a concurrent degree program that allows students to earn both a master’s in civil engineering and a master’s in urban and regional planning in two years, instead of more than three years if these degrees were pursued sequentially.

DEGREES OFFERED M.S.C.E. and M.U.R.P

HIGHLIGHTS • Internationally recognized academics • State-of-the-art laboratories and research centers • Financial support through research and teaching opportunities


RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS • Transportation Systems Engineering • Environmental Hydrology and Water Resources

AFFILIATED FACILITIES • Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing • Institute of Transportation Studies • Water-Energy Nexus (WEX) Center

ADMISSIONS Those seeking admission to the concurrent master’s degree program should have a strong record of undergraduate coursework in disciplines related to civil engineering and urban planning, and they must meet the requirements for admission in both departments. The concurrent degree program requires 84 units of study and is organized around two tracks. The program core comprises 15 graduate courses for the transportation systems track, and 13 graduate and two undergraduate courses for the environmental hydrology and water resources track.

MSCE GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

April Heath a.heath@uci.edu t: (949) 824-0584 f: (949) 824-2117 MURP GRADUATE COORDINATOR: Janet Gallagher janetg@uci.edu t: (949) 824-9849 f: (949) 842-8566

REV: 07/17


GRADUATE PROGRAM

Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems http://mecps.uci.edu

As cyber-physical systems grow in scale, complexity and integration levels, there is a need to move toward a science of embedded systems, addressing the foundational aspects of design. Now that engineers have a better understanding of the basics of embedded systems, it is equally important to branch out to the application of such systems. This requires addressing domain-specific issues and the scale-up in complexity introduced by what is referred to today as cyber-physical systems. They are systems-of-systems that tightly couple their cyber (i.e. computation,

communication and control), and physical components (sensing and actuation) in the context of applications such as (but not limited to): automotive and transportation, manufacturing, power distribution grid, medical and healthcare, robotics, civil infrastructure, avionics, etc. Thus, these cyber-physical systems marry knowledge from the fields of embedded systems, networking, sensors, real-time systems and control as well as domain-specific knowledge to realize systems that are of untapped complexity and scale.


DEGREE OFFERED Professional Master’s Degree

HIGHLIGHTS • First professional graduate degree in cyber-physical systems • One-year, full-time program that includes seven foundational courses and two project courses leading to a final project • Through graduation projects, students develos integrative knowledge of systems, as well as hands-on experience in an applied domain

RECOMMENDED BACKGROUND Applicants are expected to hold a bachelor’s degree in either computer engineering, computer science or electrical engineering. Students from other disciplines may be considered for admission if they have sufficient background in the basics of embedded systems. Applicants will be evaluated based on their prior academic record and their potential for completing graduate-level work. Preference may be given to students whose backgrounds are in one of the target application areas of cyber-physical systems. Consideration will be given to students with relevant industry experience. Applicants are encouraged to include hands-on project experience, if any, in their statement of purpose.

GRADUATE COORDINATOR:

University of California, Irvine

Melanie Kilian info@mecps.uci.edu (949) 824-9127

REV: 07/17


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