Two funded Ph.D. positions are available in Optofluidic Bio and Energy Systems (OBES) Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at San Diego State University (SDSU). Applicants are required to have research experiences in the areas of:
- Microfluidics, Optofluidics, Biofluidics
- Electrowetting devices
- Energy (solar, water) harvesting
- Lab on a chip
- Multi-physics computational study
Research focus at the OBES Laboratory is on small-scale fluidic and interfacial phenomena such as electrowetting, triboelectric energy harvesting, and light-interacted micro/nanofluidic manipulation. We further develop novel materials and micro/nano sensing and actuation systems for energy and environmental applications.
This Joint Doctoral Program (JDP) is offered jointly with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and graduates will receive separate Ph.D. degrees from both institutions of SDSU and UCSD. Faculty at SDSU and UCSD collaborate closely in supervising the students as well.
Laboratory Information (https://obes.sdsu.edu/)
Contact Info: Prof. Park (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please refer to the attached pdf file for the detailed information: US San Diego.pdf