Research or teaching assistantships/scholarships are available
for Ph.D. students in Biomechanics/Microfluidics/Nanotechnology at Lehigh University. The students are expected to have a
good education and research background in either experimental microfluidics/nanomechanics/bioengineering or numerical
modeling. The student will use combined experimental and
numerical methods to study biophysical phenomena in
cells and biomolecules and micro/nanofluidic
problems in MEMS/NEMS, from continuum to nanoscale.
Students familiar with microfabrication, cellular/molecular biology, surface functionalization, fluid/solid mechanics and
atomistic simulation are highly encouraged to apply.
If you are interested in positions above, please
contact Dr. Liu at
email@example.com. Please email your CV along
with a cover letter expressing your background and