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Fully-funded Ph.D. (starting summer/fall 2020) at the U of South Florida

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Fully-funded Ph.D. (starting Summer/Fall 2020) in Mechanical/Chemical/Biomedical/Electrical/Materials/Medical Engineering at the University of South Florida (USF)





Fully-funded Ph.D. student positions in Mechanical/Chemical/Biomedical/Electrical/Materials/Medical Engineering are available in the Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials, and NanoManufacturing Laboratory (NM3L, nano.university), part of the University of South Florida (USF) Functional Materials and Manufacturing Institute and housed within USF Research Park.

The University of South Florida (USF), a Florida Preeminent State Research University, is an R1 Research University with 50,000+ students (ranked 10th largest public US university in 2018). USF is located in sunny Tampa Bay, Florida, a rapidly growing region with a population of 3.5+ million. The Tampa Bay region has the best beaches in the United States and is just an hour away from world famous resort destinations including Disney World, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios. USF is also home to the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, the 8th best cancer hospital in the United States.





The Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials, and NanoManufacturing Laboratory (NM3L) is seeking highly-motivated Ph.D. students to conduct multidisciplinary research in the areas of:

1) Advanced nanomanufacturing of 2D nanopore-based biomolecule sensing and molecular sieving platforms, with applications in rapid label-free DNA/RNA/protein sequencing and membrane-based chemical separation, and

2) Nanoscale interactions between atomically-thin 2D materials and biological systems, including mechanisms of cytotoxicity/genotoxicity and applications for targeted therapeutics.

This position is fully funded for five years including tuition, eligible insurance/fees, stipend, and professional travel expenses. Qualified, dedicated, and self-motivated candidates are encouraged to apply. All applicants must satisfy USF graduate program admission requirements: usf.edu

Interested candidates are encouraged to send a letter of intent and CV to Michael Cai Wang (mcwang@usf.edu).





Position Requirements:

; Masters/Bachelor’s degree in fields including but not limited to: Mechanical Engineering, Applied Physics, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Mechanics/Physics, Materials Science, Physics, etc.

; Experimental research experience in micro/nano-fabrication, materials characterization, electrochemistry, metrology, spectroscopy, circuit design, sequencing, cell culture, bioanalytical techniques, etc.
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