Ph.D. Student Openings: The Ray Research Group at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa is seeking dedicated and motivated students to join our team in the exciting field of microfluidics, mechanical design, nanomaterials, fluid dynamics, and 3D printing. We are looking for individuals with a passion for cutting-edge research and a strong background in these areas to contribute to our ongoing projects.
Designation: Research Assistant
Research Area: Microfluidics, Mechanical Design, Nanomaterials, Fluid Dynamics, 3D Printing
Location: University of Hawai at Manoa, Honolulu, HI
- Ideal candidates should hold an M.S. degree or equivalent.
- Strong background and expertise in one or more of the following areas: microfluidics, nanomaterials, 3D printing, mechanical design, and theoretical modeling.
Job Description: As a Research Assistant in the Ray Research Group, you will be actively involved in cutting-edge research projects in the fields of microfluidics, mechanical design, nanomaterials, fluid dynamics, and 3D printing. Your responsibilities may include:
- Conducting experiments and simulations related to our research areas.
- Collaborating with team members on project development and execution.
- Analyzing data and presenting research findings.
- Assisting in the design of next-generation 3D printing technologies.
- Utilizing computational modeling tools such as COMSOL.
- Exploring machine learning approaches for component optimization.
How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates are invited to apply by sending the following documents to Dr. Ty Ray at email@example.com:
- CV or resume detailing your educational background and relevant experience.
- A 1-page research statement describing your motivation for joining our research group and your research interests.
- Contact information for two professional references.
Last Date for Apply: Until position filled. Please ensure your application materials are submitted by this deadline.
Join us at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and become a part of our dynamic research team, where you can contribute to groundbreaking discoveries in microfluidics, mechanical design, nanomaterials, fluid dynamics, and 3D printing!