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Our group includes four faculty members who are driving innovation in everything from electric vehicles to battery management and control. We are always looking for talented, driven graduate students and postdoctoral researchers to join the Power Electronics team!  

Here's how to get started: 

  1. Review our research areas to determine where your interests may lie. 
  2. Contact the faculty member(s) involved in that area to discuss openings for graduate students. You can find contact information on the people page. 
  3. Visit the department's graduate admissions page to learn more about the admissions requirements and process. If you have questions, contact graduate advisors Adam Sadoff by email at adam.sadoff@colorado.edu or by phone at 303-735-0490.

Graduate Research Positions

Graduate fellowships, research assistantships (RA) and teaching assistantships (TA) are offered each year to qualified applicants. The first step is to apply to our graduate program. Students admitted to the program will automatically be considered for these positions, and top applicants will be invited to visit in the spring, with travel costs covered.

Online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Learn at your own pace and power your future with this fully online Master of Science in electrical engineering. Take only the coursework you need to build credentials that will advance your career, from a full master’s degree, to graduate certificates, to targeted, skill-based course credits. Keep pace with today’s dynamic electrical engineering industry as CU Boulder’s world-class electrical, computer and energy engineering faculty deliver short, three- to six-week courses designed especially for online learning on the Coursera platform.