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bayern1986

Post subject: Help me choose the offer Posted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:11 am

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Hi , I recently got two fellowship from two universities:

1. Ohio State University, ECE, PhD, focus on integrated optics, advisor is an asssistant professor

2. University of illinois at chicago, ECE, PhD, focus on RF passives and RFIC, advisor is a professor and also a IEEE Fellow

I plan to go to the industry after graduation, and here sincerely ask for you guys advice on my choice. Thanks!

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mbergmann

Post subject: Re: Help me choose the offerPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:12 am

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Joined: Mon Jun 19, 2006 10:27 am

Posts: 7

Bayern, wenn es Dir um das Ansehen der Universitäten geht (was in den USA wohl nicht ganz unwichtig ist), so müßte es Rankinglisten im Netz geben.

Die beiden zur Auswahl stehenden Themen sind doch recht unterschiedlich, optische Komponenten vs. Bauelemente der HF-Technik, da würde ich nach Interesse und existierenden Vorkenntnissen entscheiden.

Hast Du an Deiner bisherigen Uni irgendeinen Prof oder Assistent, die Du um Rat bitten kannst ?

P.S.: 1986 und schon am Promovieren ?

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