Research Positions Available


Positions are available for Masters, MS/PhD students, visiting students and postdocs in our research group: Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek (NCB) at MIT. After application is received, the shortlisted candidates will undergo selection procedure which may involve series of assignments and skype or in-person meetings to gauge how the person fits into NCB.
NCB has also opening for UROPs (See below)



Postdoc

(positions are available as long as the ad is here. Ad will be taken down when position is filled)
To apply email
deblina@mit.edu with a brief description of projects and achievements in this format

Postdoc position in Magnetoelectric Devices and Spintronics

Postdoc position in Wireless Sensing

Postdoc position in Nanoelectronics and/or 2D materials

Graduate Students

NCB is looking for students with background/interests in the specific areas given below. Apart from the following areas, NCB is also open to enthusiastic and passionate students in electrical, bio, chemical, mechanical, materials engineering, applied physics and related fields.


UROPs

NCB has openings for UROPs in the following areas:


    Fusing Nanoelectronics with Biology

    • Description : We are developing next-generation nano-bio hybrid devices for probing and modulating our biological systems specially the brain.
    • Requirements : strong background or willingness to learn electromagnetism and nanoelectronic devices.


    Biomedical antennae

    • Description : We are developing next generation antennae that can record and stimulate our biological system specially the brain with minimal invasiveness.
    • Requirements : strong background or willingness to learn electromagnetism and nanoelectronic devices.


    Novel Nanoelectronic transistors

    • Description : We are developing next generation nanoelectronic transistors using atomically thin materials for achieving extreme energy efficiency and high computing performance.
    • Requirements : strong background or willingness to learn nanoelectronic devices and solid state physics.