SMART: Postdoc in Applied Soft Matter Singapore 2635 views

The SMART Centre (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology) invites applications for a Postdoc position in the area of Applied Soft Matter. The successful applicant will be expected to work on the microfluidic production of muco-adhesive particles and design /carry out assays to access their function and efficacy.

The successful candidate will be reporting to Prof Saif Khan (NUS, SMART) and Prof. Patrick Doyle (MIT, SMART) and work with their team of researchers and clinical collaborators.


Candidates with an earned or soon-to-be-earned PhD degree in Chemical, Materials Engineering, Physics/ Mechanical and related disciplines will be considered,

Candidates with research track record is in the broad areas of microscopy, microfluidics, materials, materials characterization (such as AFM and rheology), and related disciplines. Ideally the successful candidate should be able to be supervising more junior researchers in all aspects of research.

Candidates should consist of your full CV/resume, cover letter, copies of no more than three representative publications and list of 3 references (to include reference names and contact information). We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

SMART is constantly on the look out for dynamic, creative and talented individuals to be part of our team. SMART provide a vibrant, open-minded and friendly environment that encourages creativity and innovation.

Type Postdoctoral Associate
Subject Chemical, Materials Engineering, Physics,  Mechanical


Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre Singapore, Singapore
Deadline Open till filled
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Lim Yueh Ping
Human Resource
Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre
1 CREATE Way #10-01 CREATE Tower
Singapore 138602

Phone Number 65-65168283


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