Open Post-doc Positions
Candidates with a PhD degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Biomedical Engineering or related disciplines are welcome to apply. Strong knowledge and experimental research experience in developing microfluidic devices for biomedical applications is required. A strong background in microbiology techniques (e.g., tissue culture, immunostaining) as well as experience in characterization tools such as fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry are also required. Additionally, computational skills in data analysis/processing using tools such as Matlab and/or LabVIEW are highly desired. Scientific productivity and creativity evidenced by a strong record of peer-reviewed publications is expected. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to work independently on multiple projects and to mentor and collaborate with graduate and undergraduate students. The candidate should also have very strong written and verbal English skills, communication and interpersonal skills.
Successful candidate will have a joint affiliation with Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience and Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology. Georgia Tech offers many opportunities for career development such as grant and paper writing workshops, entrepreneurial programs, and the ability to audit a wide variety of courses.
Interested candidates should contact Prof. Sarioglu with a letter describing the candidate’s research experience, career goals and the fit for the position, a CV, names and contact information of 3 references and copies of selected relevant papers.
For Graduate Students
Currently, there are openings for highly-motivated and energetic PhD students who are interested in developing micro-scale tools for biomedical applications. Well-qualified students from diverse disciplines including, but not limited to Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering are welcome to apply.
Interested students should contact Dr. Sarioglu through email with their CV.
For Undergraduate Students
We encourage undergraduate students who wish to learn about graduate school experience and participate in research that can result in publications. Interested students should contact Dr. Sarioglu through email.