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Research Associate positions at Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College

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Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, an Ivy League institution in New Hampshire, cordially invites applications for TWO Research Associate positions to start immediately. Collaborative projects led by Dr. John Zhang and Dr. Zi Chen are sponsored by NIH Director’s Transformative Award and Fortune 500 companies in the Silicon Valley. We are looking for outstanding junior scholars with great research potential who are desirous of independent academic or industrial R&D careers.

Research Associate positions

We welcome applications from individuals with a background in engineering, including and not limited to mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, or material science and engineering. Applicants must have a PhD degree. We expect the successful candidate to have relevant prior experience in:

  •  Piezoelectric materials synthesis, devices design, fabrication, and theoretical modeling
  • Energy harvesting, sensing, actuating devices and systems design, circuits for signal processing, microwave engineering and measurements
  • Clean room manufacturing, and/or soft lithography and microfluidics fabrication experience
  • Overall project leadership is a plus

 

For more information or application, please send your CV (with contact information of three references), cover letter, and up to two representative papers to Professor John X.J. Zhang, john.zhang@dartmouth.edu.

The Thayer School of Engineering is a graduate school at Dartmouth College. Founded in 1769, Dartmouth is a member of the Ivy League and consistently ranks among the world's greatest academic institutions. Dartmouth is well known for graduating many students who take the leading positions in the public service, research and industrial practice around the world.  

 

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