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Multiple Fully-funded Postdoc and PhD positions in Biomachines & Bioelectronics

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There are multiple open positions available in Dr. Zhengwei Li's research group in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Houston. Our research group works on the interface between human and machines to create novel devices and technologies for addressing grand challenges in health, medicine and robotics. The current research topics include Curvy wearable electronics, biohybrid living robotics, biomedical devices, bioelectronic neural interfaces, etc. 

Postdoc Position:

We have a postdoc opening right now!  A PhD with background/research experience described below are very welcome to inquire the position by contacting Dr. Li directly. Please send your CV with full list of publications to Dr. Li ( 

PhD Position:

We have 2-3 fully-funded PhD positions! The expected start date is Spring or Fall 2023. We always welcome talented, self-motivated, and hard-working PhD students to join our group. Perspective PhD students with educational background mentioned below are very welcome to inquire potential positions by directly reaching out to Dr. Li ( 


The Li research group @UH conduct the highly interdisciplinary research projects. Candidates with prior educational background and research experience in the following areas will be considered as priority. 

  • Biomedical Engineering (Cell and Tissue Engineering, Neural Engineering, Biomaterials and Regenerative Engineering, Medical Devices and Instrumentation, Biomedical Sensors, etc.)
  • Electrical Engineering (Circuit design, Device fabrication, Flexible electronics, Optoelectronics, Solid state electronics, AI and intelligent systems)
  • Mechanical Engineering (Design and Manufacturing, Robotics, MEMS and Nanotechnology, etc.)
  • Material Sciences (Synthesis of Biomaterials, Soft materials, Smart active materials, Electronic materials)
  • Applied Mechanics (Biomechanics, Fluid mechanics, Solid mechanics, Fluid-structure interaction, etc.)



More information about the position and the Li research group can be found at the Groupweb:




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