The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $5,546.67 per month depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.
The Computational Active Matter Mechanics Lab focuses on understanding the behavior of soft active materials made-up-of flexible active and passive elements using theoretical and computational modeling methods. Common examples of soft active matter studied by the lab include individual cells, multicellular constructs, and active biopolymer assemblies.
The Postdoctoral Researcher will be an integral member of a dynamic research team focused on advancing the field of computational active matter mechanics. The primary responsibility will be to develop cutting-edge computational and theoretical models to explore non-equilibrium self-assembly processes and the application of molecular motors in soft robotics. The Postdoctoral Researcher will also contribute to other related on-going projects in the lab.
This one-year position will begin January 2, 2024, with the possibility of an additional year of funding.
The Postdoctoral Research Scholar is responsible for but not limited to:
Research and Development
Mentorship and Supervision
Preferred Qualifications and Special Skills
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