Information for Prospective Group Members

We are always looking for talented researchers to join our team.

  • If you are a UCLA Fast Track honors student please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical and programming skills, and use subject line [UCLA undergraduate fast track student interested in LORIS research].

 

  • If you are a UCLA undergraduate student please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical and programming skills, and use subject line [UCLA undergraduate student interested in LORIS research]. Please note that I generally expect that you have taken Probability (EE131A or equivalent) and earned a solid grade. Stipends available ! 

 

  • If you are a UCLA graduate student, please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical and programming skills, and use subject line [UCLA graduate student interested in LORIS research]. Please note that I generally expect that you have taken Channel Coding (EE231E or equivalent) and earned a solid grade. GSR positions available ! 

 

  • If you are a prospective MS/PhD student  who is currently not at UCLA, please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical background and research interests and how they relate to appropriate research topic(s) we work on , and use subject line [Prospective graduate student interested in LORIS research]. GSR positions available!

 

  • If you are a prospective postdoc researcher, please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical background, research interests, and 3 selected publications and how they relate to appropriate research topic(s) we work on, and use subject line [Prospective postdoc researcher interested in LORIS research].

 

  • If none of the above categories apply to you and you are interested in joining/visiting our group as a researcher, please email me with you CV, summary of your mathematical background and research interests and how they relate to appropriate research topic(s) we work on, and use subject line [Prospective researcher interested in LORIS research]. I generally do not host visitors or researchers whom (or whose recommenders) I do not know personally, even if you provide evidence of self-support.

Due to sheer volume of emails, if you send me an email inquiry without an appropriate subject line, I will not reply.