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- Position to begin in January 2018, or as soon thereafter as possible. Continuation depends on the satisfactory performance and availability of funds.
- • Conduct interdisciplinary research in the Laboratory of Biocolloids and Biointerfaces
- • Conduct NSF-supported research as described in http://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1254795
- • Assist the Professor in experimental study of bio-nano interactions
- • Assist the professor in analytic study of droplet based research
- • Conduct experiments, analyze data, and publish papers in scientific journals
- Must be an enrolled Master's or Ph.D candidate. We are recruiting responsible and self-motivated graduate students who are interested in experimental research at the interface of engineering, physical chemistry, nanotechnology, medical sciences, biophysics and biochemistry.
- Preference will be given to students who apply for a PhD program (usually 3-4 years). However, excellent students who apply for a M.Sc. program (usually 2 years) will also be considered. You may visit our website http://www2.hawaii.edu/~yzuo/ for more information about our research.
- We welcome interested students from all backgrounds of Engineering, Chemistry, and Biology to apply. Although we are in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, our research is mainly on chemistry and nanotechnology, specifically colloids and surfaces, monolayers, bio-nano interactions, and biophysics. We are also working on instrumentation, including both software and hardware development. Hence, students with the background of mechatronics, thermofluids, and mechanical engineering are also welcome to apply.
- Preference will be given to students who apply for a PhD program
- Professor Yi Zuo; 808-956-9650; email@example.com
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