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PhD Position in Computational Mechanics at Binghamton University

We are inviting motivated, talented students to apply a PhD opening fully funded by NIH starting Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. The project is focused on the computational modeling of membrane mechanics for understanding vesicle formation in bacteria. The student will work in a multidisciplinary group with experimental microbiologists and mechanical engineers. Candidates with a background in mechanics and biophysics/biochemistry are encouraged to apply. Strong programming skills in C/C++ and experience with all-atom or coarse-grained molecular dynamics are preferred.

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PhD Position in Computational Biophysics at SUNY Binghamton

A research assistant position funded by NIH is available for a new PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. The research is focused on biomolecular modeling of bacterial outer membranes. The goal is to reveal the specific interactions between small signaling molecules and physiologically-relevant asymmetric lipid membranes and the membrane behavior in response to the insertion of molecules.

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PhD Openings in ME and MSE at SUNY Binghamton

1. Research Assistantship (RA) for a PhD Student in Mechanical Engineering An NSF-funded research assistant position is available for a new PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. The research is focused on materials printing using a hybrid inkjet-electrospray technique. The goal is to print highly-ordered monolayers of functional nanoparticle inks at high throughput. The student?s research will be experimental; however, close collaboration is expected with faculty and students in materials science and computational physics.

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Ph.D. Positions in ME@SUNY at Binghamton

We are currently looking for passionate and highly-motivated Ph.D. students to carry out analytical and computational studies on micro-/nanofluidics and soft materials. The focus of our research group encompasses modeling the following phenomena: electrokinetic flows in confined geometries, deposition of colloidal particles during evaporation, dynamic self-assembly of nanoparticles, self-healing polymer nanocomposites, vesicle-particle interactions, and wetting and slip on superhydrophobic surfaces.

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