Microelectronics and Bioelectronics and Nanoelectronics
Postdoctoral Positions in Electrofluidics for Bioelectronics
The Nanoelectronics Laboratory of Prof. Andrew Steckl at the University of
Cincinnati is looking for post-doctoral scholars with background in
several aspects of electrofluidics: electrowetting, electrospinning,
integrated microfluidic devices. The positions are for a growing program
in Biotronics: Devices Using (or Inspired by) Biomaterials. Projects include
(1) light emitting diodes and transistors using DNA and other
biopolymers (“BioLED” and “BioFET”); (2) liquid state electronic devices
(“LiquiFET”) using electrowetting; (3) electrospinning of nanofibers from
bio-relevant materials; (4) microfluidic circuits integrating biotronic
devices with fluid dispensing.
Qualifications: PhD in appropriate engineering or science discipline (such
as electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering,
materials engineering, mechanical engineering, chemistry). Experiences
with various aspects of electrofluidics are a definite plus. To apply, please
send your CV, names of three references, along with a cover letter to
Prof. Andrew Steckl at email@example.com, Nanoelectronics Lab, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030. Applications will be reviewed
immediately until the positions are filled.
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