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Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position in MEMS and microfabrication area, SIST

ShanghaiTech University

Assistant Professor Tao Wu's research group (SMALL) is seeking self-motivated postdoctoral fellow to work in the areas of ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials based MEMS transducers and microsystem, with emphasis on applications in piezoelectric MEMS and novel multiferroic sensors. Other research interests of the group include the design of RF MEMS components, energy efficient MEMS devices and novel microfabrication techniques. We invite highly motivated Ph.D. graduates to work with us in these exciting areas. There are currently a position available.

More information about Dr. Tao Wu and his group is available at 


  1. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Physics or related areas.
  2. Strong publication record in micro-/nano-scale fabrication, MEMS, ferroelectric and ferromagnetic materials.
  3. Strong hand-on experience on micro-/nano-scale fabrication and material characterizations.
  4. Good communication skills. Ability to mentor graduate students.
  5. Fluency in written and oral English.


Qualified applicants are invited to submit, all in English, a CV, research statement (describing research experience and research plan), copies of three representative publications, and three letters of reference to: (cc

Location: Shanghai - China
Salary: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 24th April 2019
Expires: 24th June 2019
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