Research Assistant (RA) positions available for self-motivated PhD students. I am passionate about designing and implementing timing-predictable, efficient, and safe autonomous embedded systems, with autonomous driving as the currently focused application domain. Recent research focus of our research group is on attacking/detecting/mitigating vulerabilities in DNN-driven autonomous driving systems and performing system-level optimization in such systems.
I am interested in working with self-motivated students who strive for success through research. In the past, students in our group interned at top research labs (e.g., IBM T.J. Watson and Fujitsu US Research), and had excellent academic and industry job placements. If you are interested in my research and working with me, please include some samples of your work (e.g., major projects, open source contributions, etc.) when contacting me directly.
For current UTD students who are interested in working with me, please stop by my office so that we can discuss and see if there is a good match.
- Mr. Zheng Dong, since Fall 2014
- Mr. Soroush Bateni, since Spring 2017
- Mr. Yuankun Zhu, since Fall 2017
- Mr. Simin Chen, Since Spring 2019
- Ms. Julie Rauer, since Spring 2019
- Mr. Zelun Kong, since Spring 2019
- Mr. Junfeng Guo, since Spring 2019
- Dr. Husheng Zhou, (Ph.D. March 2014 - Fall 2018, first employment: Bitfusion, a startup company on at-scale heterogeneous computing)
- Dr. Guangmo (Amo) Tong, (Ph.D. Spring 2014 - Summer 2018, first employment: Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware)
- Mr. Yue Ma, (M.S. Spring 2017, first employment: Amazon)
- Ms. Xia Zhang, (M.S. Fall 2016, first employment: IBM)
- Mr. Yuchuan Liu (M.S. Spring 2016, first employment: NVIDIA)
- Mr. Gbadebo Ayoade, (M.s. Spring 2015, first employment: Ph.D. student at UT-Dallas)