We have multiple Ph.D. and postdoc position openings for enrollment in 2021. We have assistantships in the form of research assistantships, teaching assistantships, or mixed research-teaching assistantships for highly motivated students with a background in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, physics, material science, or any related area. Potential candidates are encouraged to send your CV and project ideas (optional) to Dr. Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other than Ph.D. students, we always welcome motivated undergraduate students, master's students, visiting scholars, and postdocs to join our group. For more information, please contact Dr. Wang directly.
We are looking for postdocs experienced in density-functional theory calculations and/or development of machine-learning-based force fields for molecular dynamics calculations.
Potential Ph.D. Students
We have assistantships in the form of research assistantships, teaching assistantships, or mixed research-teaching assistantships. The university and the College of Engineering also offer various forms of scholarships. Notably, two Ph.D. students in our group have received the prestigious Dean's Merit Scholarship in the past two years. The exact form of assistantship/scholarship you will obtain depends on your academic record, previous research experience, and English proficiency. Please send a copy of your CV/resume including your GPA, GRE test score, and itemized TOEFL/IELTS score to Dr. Wang. You can usually hear back from us in one week if we are interested in your background.
Potential Master's Students
Even though typically Ph.D. applicants have priority in obtaining fundings from our group, we do not exclude the possibility of providing partial or full assistantships to exceptional master's students. It would be even advantageous to you if you have a one-semester or one-year financial support from some other resources. Please send a copy of your CV/resume including your GPA, GRE test score, and itemized TOEFL/IELTS score to Dr. Wang. You can usually hear back from us in one week if we are interested in your background.
Potential Undergraduate Students
We are also enthusiastic about working with talented undergraduate researchers. We are aware of the importance of positive research experience to undergraduate students for their future career ( probably in academia or industry) and we are glad to provide such experience, so feel free to contact us (either Dr. Wang or current students in our group) regarding the availability of research positions and the ongoing exciting research projects in our group.