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Ph.D graduate students on
optical nanoscopy for micro/nanofluidics, cellular imaging and nanofabrication
Highly motivated applicants with strong experimental background in optics are invited to apply for two Ph.D graduate student positions for experimental research. We are developing a novel multifunctional far-field optical nanoscopic system using two tunable femto lasers for the high resolution measurement of flow velocity (for research of slip flow and micro electrokinetic turbulence), concentration and temperature field measurement in nano/microfluidics, as well as studying the fundamentals of transport phenomena in micro/nanofluidics. The system will also be explored for electrokinetics, nanophotolithograpgy and cellular bioimaging within a single living cell with super-resolution to develop new technique for cancer detection. Ideally, the applicant should have a master degree and experience in one or several of the following fields: slip flow, electrokinetics and nanofluidics in fluid dynamics, fluorescence and nonlinear optics, super-resolution microscopy, cellular imaging, optics, femto laser, far-field nanoscopy or confocal microscopy.
The Nanofluidics and Microfluidics Lab at The University of South Carolina is dedicated to experimental science over a broad range of disciplines. Current research is carried out in science and engineering, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary work and the development of new experimental tools. We received funds from National Science Foundation (NSF Career and MRI) and National Health Institute (NIH) to support this research. The position needs to be filled as soon as possible.
To apply, please email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dr. Guiren Wang, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering Program & Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, USA; Tel: (803) 777-8013.