The Materials Science and Engineering Program (group of Nan Wang) is looking for a postdoctoral research fellow to lead research projects in computational materials science related to additive manufacturing technology and nano-electronics. Contract duration: 2-3 years.
Macroscopic behaviors of many technologically important materials are originated from mechanisms at meso-scale where defects, interfaces and non-equilibrium structures are the key. Computational methods based on non-equilibrium statistical thermodynamics are used to simulate complex dynamics of defects and interfaces, shed light on underlying mechanisms, and provide vital guidance to experimental studies. With recent progresses in material informatics and close experiment collaborations, significant impacts from computational methods are expected in emerging fields like 3D alloy printing and nano electronics.
Thermodynamics, non-equilibrium, meso-scale, computational modeling, interfaces, dynamic instability, nanostructure, microstructure evolution, multiscale analysis.
– PhD degree in Physics or Material Science or other related fields (essential)
– Strong interest in non-equilibrium phenomenon and mesoscopic science (essential)
– Good knowledge in engineering materials and computational methods (preferable)
– Good communication skills, good command of English (essential)
– Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment (essential)
– Ability to author scientific reports and co-author scientific publications (essential)
– Salary range: up to $49,000 / year (depending on qualifications of the candidate)
– Subsidized housing at GTIIT, China
– Health insurance: regular cover for Chinese citizens or private health insurance for foreigners
– Professional conference travel allowance
– Application deadline: open till filled
– Send below required documents electronically to: nwangmtl at outlook.com
- Curriculum vitae and personal statements
- A publication list
- Three letters of recommendation (one from the mentor for PhD and/or Master’s studies)
- A short research plan outline (up to one page in length)
- Degree certificates with certified English translation for both the PhD and Master’s degrees