Multiple postdoc jobs are available in the new Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek (NCB) (http://www.mit.edu/~profsarkar/) research lab at MIT. NCB aims to fuse nanoelectronics, applied physics, and biology to develop novel devices.
1> POSTDOC JOB IN 2D MATERIALS AND/OR NANOELECTRONICS
The postdoc will design and develop new nanoelectronic devices for diverse applications such as transistors, sensors, biomedical devices etc.
2> POSTDOC JOB IN MAGNETICS and SPINTRONICS
The postdoc will design and develop new magnetic and spintronics devices for diverse applications such as energy harvesters, sensors, actuators, resonators, antenna, memory, transistors etc
3> POSTDOC JOB IN WIRELESS SENSING
NCB has opening for postdoc in wireless sensing of chemical and biological signals. The postdoc will conduct research to design and develop wireless sensing technologies, transmitter/receiver systems, RF circuit, implantable and wearable antennae for diverse applications in wireless energy harvesting, sensing, magnetic resonance imaging and biomedical applications. Strong background in electromagnetism, antenna design and RF engineering is required.
More details about the openings and application steps can be found at http://www.mit.edu/~profsarkar/positionsavailable.html
Deblina Sarkar, PhD
Assistant Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
AT&T Career Development Chair Professor at MIT Media Arts and Sciences
Founder and Director of Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek Research Lab.