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PhD Position Available at University of Miami, USA

Dr. Emrah Celik is looking for a PhD student with mechanical engineering background (or a related field) who will apply nanotechnology on bio-medical applications. The student will design the mechanical characterization systems, develop computer programs, perform atomic force microscopy (AFM) measurements and analyze data. The ideal candidate will have previous experience or motivation to learn nano-microfabrication, laboratory measurements and finite element analysis. Programming, design and machining experiences are also plus for this position.  Selected student will have full PhD scholarship (PhD Tuition+Salary), health insurance. If interested, send your CV/resume to Dr. Emrah Celik


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PhD Position in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rowan University

We are currently seeking an outstanding candidate for a fully funded PhD program in our research group at Rowan University starting Fall 2015. The ideal candidate should have a B.S or M.S. in engineering or physics. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in applied mechanics, additive manufacturing or bioengineering. Applicants with a strong research potential and interest in clinical translational research will be given due consideration. Any prior publication track record will be highly valued. There will be significant opportunity to collaborate with orthopadic surgeon(s) at the Cooper University Hospital of Rowan University and the possibility to collaborate with researchers at The U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC). Potential projects include applying new manufacturing techniques for use in orthopaedic surgery.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send their CV (including TOEFL/GRE scores), representative publications (if any) and names and contact information of two references to

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