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Engineering | Undergraduate Research

eLab Research on Flexible Hybrid Electronics and Dynamic Power Management


Dr. Umit Ogras, Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering College, has a research opening for REU students regarding eLab Research on Flexible Hybrid Electronics and Dynamic Power Management.

eLab research group at Arizona State University has multiple open positions for Undergraduate Research Assistants. Successful candidates will work one of the two following projects:

1- Dynamic power and thermal management of multiprocessor systems-on-chip that power state-of-the-art smart phones. This work will involve power and temperature measurement on mobile devices, online machine learning, and optimal control. The students will have the opportunity to work with industrial collaborators during this project.

2- Designing energy-harvesting wearable devices using Flexible Hybrid Electronics. This project has two aspects. The first thrust will involve low-power hardware and energy-harvesting circuit designs. The second thrust will focus on developing health monitoring and motion tracking applications using wearable devices.
This will involve developing machine learning algorithms and software implementation.

Students from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

Lab/Center website:


  • Wearable systems
  • Dynamic power and thermal management
  • Computer system design

Student qualifications/requirements: 

  • Majors: Electrical engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science
  • Send a detailed Cover Letter, including references

Semester(s) or start/end date of position: Start date: Summer 2018; End date is flexible

Number of hours per week: Both 10hr/week and 20hr/week positions are open

Stipend amount/hourly wage/volunteer position: $20/hour

How to apply: Interested candidate should submit their CV to with the subject line “New eLab researcher.” More information can be found at

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