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[ME/AERO] Three funded PhD positons at SUNY Binghamton

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嘟嘟嘟菲 发表于 2016-2-6 05:25:08 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式

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1. Research Assistantship (RA) for Two PhD Students in Mechanical Engineering
Two NSF-funded research assistant positions are available for new PhD students in Mechanical Engineering at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. The research is focused on materials printing using a hybrid inkjet-electrospray technique. The goal is to print highly-ordered monolayers of functional nanoparticle inks at high throughput. The students’ research will be experimental; however, close collaboration is expected with faculty and students in materials science and computational physics. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: (1) nanoparticle ink synthesis, (2) mechanical/fixture design and assembly, (3) materials printing using electrospray and inkjet, (4) characterization of deposit structure using microscopy, and (5) data analysis and interpretation.  Strong theoretical background in fluid dynamics, interfacial phenomena, and colloids self-assembly is highly desirable. Experience in atomization, materials printing, and/or microscopy is an advantage. The position provides an annual stipend and full tuition support. Applicants should contact Dr. Paul Chiarot (pchiarot@binghamton.edu) for more information. This position is contingent on acceptance into the Graduate School at SUNY Binghamton.

2. Research Assistantship for One PhD Student in Computational Biophysics
An NIH-funded research assistant position is available for a new PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. The research is focused on biomolecular modeling of bacterial outer membranes. The goal is to reveal the specific interactions between small signaling molecules and physiologically-relevant asymmetric lipid membranes and the membrane behavior in response to the insertion of molecules. The student’s research will be computational; however, close collaboration is expected with faculty and students in Mechanical Engineering and Biology. Strong theoretical background in math and physics is highly desirable. Experience in biophysics/biochemistry and full-atom molecular dynamics simulations is an advantage. The position provides an annual stipend and full tuition support. Applicants should contact Dr. Xin Yong (xyong@binghamton.edu) for more information. This position is contingent on acceptance into the Graduate School at SUNY Binghamton.

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