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Ph.D. and Postdoc Positions in Advanced Materials & Emerging Electronics @ MSU

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Multiple PhD and Postdocs positions in the fields of advanced materials and energizing electronics are available immediately at Michigan State University. The multi-disciplinary research topics are including mechanics and applications of soft materials and nanomaterials; bioinspired materials, 3D/4D printing; flexible/stretchable/printed electronics; biomaterials and biomechanics; metamaterials and metasurfaces; soft machines and robotics, composite materials etc.

Applicants for Postdoc Positions must hold a Ph.D. degree in the areas of Solid Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics or related fields. Candidates with solid knowledge in non-linear elasticity and mechanics of soft materials, deformable/wearable electronics, additive manufacturing or bioprinting are especially encouraged to apply.

Applicants for Ph.D. Students should have a B.S. or M.S. degree in Applied Mechanics, Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, Biomedical Engineering or related fields. Candidates with course or research background in solid mechanics, additive manufacturing, mechanical design, mechanics of materials or polymer physics are highly encouraged to apply. Experience in using ABAQUS or COMSOL or LAMMPS is a plus, but not required.

We also have multiple openings for Visiting Scholars who are interested in doing research in the areas of mechanics, dynamics, bioinspired materials and mechanical systems, 3D/4D printing, emerging electronics, biomaterials/biomechanics and biotechnology, soft robotics, biomedical devices.

Interested applicants are encouraged to send a statement of interest, CV and contact information of 2-3 referee as one single PDF file via email to Dr. Changyong Cao at

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