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One fully funded Ph.D. position will be available either in Spring or Fall of 2024 at the Computational Soft Matter Lab, situated at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. The primary objective of this research project is to employ multiscale modeling and innovative simulation methods to explore the interactions of soft materials with interfaces and surfaces.
The candidate should have earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Applied Mathematics/Physics, or a related field (applicants with an MSc will be given priority).
A background in multiphase flows, soft matter, or interfacial transport phenomena, along with proficiency in a programming language, will be considered as a PLUS.
Interested applicants are encouraged to forward the underlisted documents to email@example.com, indicating "Ph.D. Applicant" in the subject line of the email:
Cover letter (summarizing their background, achievements, and motivations)
CV (including the list of related courses, publications, presentations, projects, and GRE/TOEFL scores)
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