The Information Processing Group welcomes colleagues wishing to collaborate and spend time at Oregon State University, but does not have funding to support such visits. Potential visiting scholars having their own funding should contact Professor Mathews.
One one-year long post-doctoral position in the general area of biomedical signal processing and machine learning is available at this time. More information is available here. If you are interested, have done prior research in biomedical signal processing and machine learning, please contact Professor Mathews with your CV and academic records. Experience with electroencephalogram processing is a plus.
If you are interested in a post-doctoral position in another area of emphasis of the Group and have already secured funding or wish to seek outside sources of funding (for example, NSF, NIH, etc.), contact Professor Mathews to discuss project ideas.
We expect to add one or two new graduate students to the Group each year. If you are interested in working on your graduate research under Professor Mathews’ guidance, please read the information below.
Professor Mathews receives quite a few e-mails each year from students wishing to learn about opportunities to join the Information Processing Group. It is difficult to respond individually to all the letters. However, you may want to know the following before you apply for admission to our graduate program and are interested in working with Professor Mathews:
If you are an undergraduate student in the Electrical & Computer Engineering department or in a related field, have an excellent academic record, good mathematical skills and an ability to program in MATLAB or another language, and are interested in doing your senior project under Professor Mathews’ guidance, please contact Dr. Mathews directly. Opportunities to join the Group during earlier stages of your program also exist.