美国弗吉尼亚联邦大学博士招生（2个名额）Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)。全额奖学金 (tuition + stipend)。|
Ph.D. Graduate student position(s):
We are looking for well-motivated graduate students to join the Micro/Nano Transport and Printed Devices lab in Fall 2016. The research area will encompass solid-liquid interactions, thermal-fluid surface interactions across multiple length and time scales, inkjet printing, electrohydrodynamic printing, and 3D printing. Highly motivated students with a minimum BS degree in Mechanical engineering, Chemical engineering, Material science & engineering or related disciplines are encouraged to apply. Some experiences in fabrication of functional electronic devices and coating techniques will be a plus, but not required. The successful candidate should have strong passion in doing research in lab environment, and demonstrate proficiency in English to meet the TOEFL (or IELTS) and GRE requirements of the VCU School of Engineering.
1. GRE： Quantitative analysis 要150+，总分没有具体要求。
2. TOEFL或者IELTS。TOEFL要90+，IELTS 的Overall Band Score 6.5+.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and a complete CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virginia Commonwealth University is a public research university located in Richmond, Virginia (98 miles south of Washington, D.C.). VCU is classified as a Tier 1 research university with very high research activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The School of Engineering has outstanding state-of-the-art instructional and research facilities, and offers MS, PhD as well as ABET accredited undergraduate programs in Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical& Life Science Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering (MNE). MNE is the largest department at VCU's School of Engineering, with total undergraduate and graduate enrollments around 600 and 90 students, respectively. MNE currently has 24 full-time faculty with research areas that include smart materials and sensors, robotics and mechatronics, manufacturing, computational mechanics, energy conversion systems, high temperature materials, radiation transport, flow control, thermal-hydraulics and micro/nanotechnology.