SESSION II. ENGINEERING IN NEUROSCIENCE & REHABILITION
Introduction - Session Chair
Oswald Steward, Ph.D. Director, Reeve-IrvineResearchCenter, Reeve-Irvine Chair in Spinal Cord Injury Research Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology; Neurobiology and Behavior School of Medicine, UC Irvine
The Advanced Power and Energy Program at the UC Irvine Samueli School of Engineering anticipates openings for all levels of the specialist series. Applications are being sought from graduates with backgrounds in mechanical or aerospace engineering. Applicants must have a proven track record of research. Positions are dependent on extramural funding and research contracts of individual principal investigators. The positions may be full-time or part-time and may be without salary. Dependent upon extramural funding, salary is commensurate with experience.
Groundbreaking research is a key component of the Samueli School’s mission, one the school is committed to advancing through collaboration with industry experts. Industry partners can participate in a number of ways: sponsorship of an individual faculty member's research on a contractual or philanthropic basis, collaboration with one of the school's many research centers, or licensing a technology developed on campus.
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science department has an opening for an exceptional, motivated, outstanding, and organized applicant to work on cutting edge and multidisciplinary projects within collaborative teams of engineers and biologists.
The projects are in the area of point-of-care, portable/wearable sensing devices (for detection of different bio particles such as proteins and cells), microfluidics, microelectronics, and microbiology.