Students / Supervision
Current/Former Students and Lab Members
- Please follow this link to the Lab’s team roster: Lab Roster!
- Do you want to be part of the team?; please read on below!
Available Positions / Prospective Students
- Please read the text below.
- You can find currently available positions here.
Do you want to work in my team (ALSETLab)?
To work in my team as a MSc or PhD student under my supervision you have to be formally admitted for graduate studies at RPI. * It is not necessary to contact me prior to application, just indicate that you want to work with me in your documentation once you have fulfilled the requirements for admission.* Please read the information below.
If you are an undergraduate at RPI, just get in touch with me to book a meeting!
If you are looking for post-doctoral or research visiting opportunities, please see the following page: here
RPI’s Admission Requirements
List of Requirements
- Visit RPI’s Grad. Admission website to find out about the requirements here.
- Check if you are in one of the Embargoed and Sanctioned Countries here, if you are, please contact admissions office before applying, here.
- TOEFL score of 230 CBT/88 iBT/570 PBT (IELTS 6.5 or PTE 60)
- GRE Scores:
- Category 1. Verbal: 156, Quantitative: 146, Analytical: 4.0
- Category 2. Verbal: 149, Quantitative: 155, Analytical: 3.5
Study for the tests! Really!
RPI has the score requirements above for our graduate program in Electrical Engineering. It is very difficult (not to say impossible) to admit a student for graduate studies if the scores are not met, specially the GRE/Quantitative score.
Also, you should be aware that many other students will be applying, and good GRE scores is an easy way of differentiating yourself from other applicants.
Before you do anything, and specially before taking the tests, you should prepare very well to attain the marks suggested above. Here’s what you can do to prepare:
- Take a course: here or here.
- Prepare using a practice book or website: here is a free one.
- Repeat steps 1. and 2. above.
Where are the available positions available?
Now that you have read the information above, please find the available positions described here.