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Immediate opening for a PhD student in MD Simulations of flows at complex surfaces.

There are immediate openings for Ph.D. positions at SMIEL (Soft Matter Interfaces and Energy Laboratory; Website: www.smiel.umd.edu) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland (UMD) starting in Spring 2019. These positions are described below:

Immediate postdoc opening on 3D printing of electronics on conformal surfaces

Duration: 1 year and subject to renewal for another year based on performance

Location: Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland (UMD), College

Park, MD 20742

Supervisor: Dr. Siddhartha Das (UMD)

Project Description: The current technologies of 3D printing have huge potential in the domain

of printing flexible electronics and direct write printing on curved surfaces. In this project, we

want to explore such technologies to print electronics on curved surfaces. We would experiment

Immediate postdoc position on 3D printing of electronics on conformal surfaces

The current technologies of 3D printing have huge potential in the domain of printing flexible electronics and direct write printing on curved surfaces. In this project we want to explore such technologies to print electronics on curved surfaces. We would experiment with various kinds of printing solutions for the fabrication of printed electronics onto arbitrary non-flat surfaces. We would test the feasibility of printing with various kinds of multi-axis printing platforms like syringe/extrusion printing, aerosol jet printing etc.

MS and research positions available at University of Maryland College Park

Research Positions at Soft Matter, Interfaces and Energy Laboratory (SMIEL) at UMD in simulations

2 PhD positions immediately available at University of Maryland- College Park

Two PhD positions on the MODELING AND SIMULATIONS OF FLOWS IN POLYELECTROLYTE-BRUSH-GRAFTED NANOCHANNELS are available immediately in SMIEL (Soft Matter Interfaces and Energy Laboratory) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland. One of the selected students will be working with Prof. Siddhartha Das (Webpage: www.smiel.umd.edu) and the other student will work jointly with Prof. Siddhartha Das and Prof.

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