User login

You are here

Postdoctoral research associate position in mechanics of materials, morphogenesis and biosinspired structures

zichen's picture

One postdoctoral research associate position is available (dates negotiable). The successful candidate will work on one or multiples of the following topics: mechanics of morphogenesis in plants and embryos, fast motion of plants (e.g., the Venus flytrap's rapid closure), mechanical self-assembly and instability of thin structures (e.g., DNA, plant tendrils, self-assembly of nanostructures, etc.), and bioinspired structures. The candidate should have received (or expect to receive very soon) a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or any related field. The salary and benefits are competitive, and commensurate with experiences. We strive to provide a stimulating environment with exciting research topics and excellent colleagues in which you can become an outstanding independent researcher, with the freedom to explore your own ideas while working on well-designed projects.

Candidates interested in this position shall contact Dr. Zi Chen (http://taberlab.seas.wustl.edu/index.php/zi-chen) at chen.z@seas.wustl.edu, with the current CV and the contact information of at least two references. The position remains open until filled.

Subscribe to Comments for "Postdoctoral research associate position in mechanics of materials, morphogenesis and biosinspired structures"

Recent comments

More comments

Syndicate

Subscribe to Syndicate