Postdoctoral Scholar Positions

Postdoctoral Scholar - Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

$53,460 to $64,008 based on experience and qualifications
Will remain open until filled

The UC Irvine Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Samueli School of Engineering is looking for multiple postdoctoral scholars. These positions are part of the ProperData Center, whose goal is to protect personal data flow on the Internet. More information can be found here: http://satcfrontier.eng.uci.edu.

Postdoctoral Scholars in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

$53,460-$64,000 (commensurate with qualifications and years of experience)

The UC Irvine Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in the Samueli School of Engineering is anticipating openings of postdoctoral scholar positions (Levels I-IV). These positions require a doctorate in mechanical engineering or aerospace engineering.

Postdoctoral Scholar - Immunomodulatory nanomaterials

Commensurate with experience

The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UC Irvine invites highly motivated applicants for a postdoctoral scholar position in the Wang lab. The overall goal of this NIH-funded project is to develop biomaterials with tunable immunological properties for cancer immunotherapy. The ideal applicant should have experience in the following areas:

Postdoctoral Fellow in Neural Signal Processing

53,460.00 - 64,008.00 *based on experience and qualifications

The UC Irvine Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has an opening in the Sanger Lab. The department is seeking a highly motivated and skilled postdoctoral fellow for a project in neural signal processing. The project includes the analysis of multichannel invasive electrode recordings from children with movement disorders during awake natural behavior. Datasets include local field potentials from depth electrodes in subcortical structures, surface EMG, scalp EEG, video and accelerometry.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Neural Signal Processing

$53,460.00 - $64,008.00 *based on experience and qualifications

The Sanger Lab in UC Irvine's Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science is seeking a highly motivated and skilled postdoctoral fellow for a project in neural signal processing. The project includes the analysis of multichannel invasive electrode recordings from children with movement disorders during awake natural behavior. Datasets include local field potentials from depth electrodes in subcortical structures, surface EMG, scalp EEG, video and accelerometry.

Postdoctoral Scholar with the Mo Li Group

Commensurate with qualifications and years of experience
Will remain open until filled

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Irvine invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar position. The postdoctoral scholar position is in the area of multifunctional infrastructure materials and structures, and advance manufacturing and sensing methods. The ideal candidate should have knowledge and background in one or a combination of the following fields:

Postdoctoral Scholar Position – Schoenung Group

Commensurate with experience
Will remain open until filled

A postdoctoral position is available in the field of green engineering and sustainable development of materials in Professor Julie Schoenung’s laboratory in UCI’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. The postdoctoral scholar will conduct research on multiple criteria decision-analysis-based approaches to advancing the sustainable use and development of materials in a variety of applications. Analytical methods will include but not be limited to alternatives assessment, environmental impact assessment and economic feasibility evaluation. Applicants should be recent Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Scholar - Biological and Biomimetic Composites

Commensurate with experience
Will remain open until filled

The lab of Professor David Kisailus in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering has a postdoctoral research position opening in the area of biomimetics and biological composite materials. The Kisailus research group investigates ultrastructure-mechanical property relationships in biological materials with the ultimate goal of producing strong and tough composites. The research is at the intersection of materials science, chemistry, biology and mechanics.

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