Post-doc opening at MIT on physics-based modeling of city-sized fires

POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATENuclear Science and Engineering, to enhance understanding of the climactic effects of limited nuclear wars by studying the fundamentals of how large-scale fires are initiated by nuclear explosions, the probability of their occurring, and the expected soot loading produced by such fires.  Responsibilities include carrying out literature reviews of existing work and identifying key disagreements and their origins; researching soot generation in limited nuclear wars, including through the use of code for modeling large-scale fires; validating findings against published research; analyzing data to reach novel conclusions; summarizing research results and present findings at lab meetings and externally to both technical and policy audiences; drafting at least one technical paper for submission to a peer-reviewed journal and one book chapter to summarize key findings for a policy audience; and performing other related duties as required, including work performed at lower levels, when necessary.  

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: Ph.D. in a relevant quantitative technical discipline (i.e., physics, applied mathematics, engineering, environmental science); practical experience with coding and numerical modeling; proven ability to craft research agenda, review and analyze the existing literature, and synthesize research findings; and excellent command of written and spoken English, including the ability to structure complex technical documents and write clear and precise prose.  PREFERRED:  experience with modelling large-scale fires, knowledge of nuclear weapons and their effects, experience with knowledge transfer in a public-policy setting, and knowledge of the LaTeX typesetting language.  Job #23813

Salary: $80,000/year

This is a full-time, one-year position that is renewable for up to one additional year pending satisfactory performance.

Will be expected to work in residence at MIT.

Postdoc Fellow Position at NRC Canada (Fire Safety Team) – Closing Date: 15 March 2024

See details in the link:

Research Officer, Performance-based Codes – Fire

Priority may be given to the following designated employment equity groups: women, Indigenous peoples* (First Nations, Inuit and Métis), persons with disabilities and racialized persons*.

* The Employment Equity Act, which is under review, uses the terminology Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities.

Candidates are asked to self-declare when applying to this hiring process.

City: Ottawa 

Organizational Unit: Construction 

Classification: RO 

Tenure: Continuing 

Language Requirements: English

Work Arrangements: Due to the nature of the work and operational requirements, this position will require some physical presence at the NRC work location identified, in the form of a hybrid work arrangement (a combination of working onsite and offsite).

Your Challenge

Great Minds. One Goal. Canada’s Success.

Help bring research to life and drive your career forward with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), Canada’s largest research and technology organization. 

We are looking for a Research Officer (RO), Performance-based Codes – Fire, to support our Construction Research Centre with research of international calibre and the development and application of advanced technologies. The RO would be someone who shares our core values of Integrity, Excellence, Respect and Creativity.

NRC Construction is implementing the “Platform to Decarbonize the Construction Sector at Scale” to accelerate and scale up new technologies to help transition the Canadian construction sector towards decarbonization and contribute to the emerging low-carbon economy. It will also establish new codes, standards, specifications, and guidelines to position the sector to achieve its 2050 greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon reduction targets. These investments will help spur the growth of Canada’s clean technology sector and help achieve Canada’s international commitments to reduce GHG emissions.

As a Research Officer, you will work as a member of the Fire Safety Unit with researchers and technical experts in world-class facilities, and will collaborate internally with others as well as externally with stakeholders in the construction industry.

Responsibilities include:

  • Developing proposals for new research initiatives, performance criteria, compliance paths, design guidelines, regulatory requirements, probabilistic and reliability-based models, prevention measures, and innovative technologies and protocols to minimize the impact of fire occurrence on life safety, the environment and the economy.
  • Supporting the transition of the National Model Codes to performance-based codes by developing new knowledge and applying current performance-based approaches where appropriate. 
  • Providing scientific evidence for the development of technical standards and regulations.
  • Providing input into the overall direction and research priorities of the Fire Safety Unit within the context of the Research Centre business plan.

Screening Criteria

Applicants must demonstrate within the content of their application that they meet the following screening criteria in order to be given further consideration as candidates:


PhD in engineering, science, architecture or a relevant area of expertise is preferred. 

An equivalent combination of a related PhD or Master’s degree in engineering, science, architecture or a relevant area of expertise, with significant relevant experience may be considered.

For information on certificates and diplomas issued abroad, please see Degree equivalency


  • Significant experience in fire science and engineering, including experience in evaluating structural fire behaviour and developing or optimizing solutions to fire and life safety challenges.
  • Significant experience in applying and/or developing Canadian building and fire codes, including developing alternative solutions.
  • Significant experience in the full spectrum of research activities including identification of research needs, proposal writing, project management, data production and analysis, and reporting through written documentation, presentations and publishing.
  • Significant experience in experimental design and analysis, including data collection and analysis, overseeing data production, and ensuring data quality.

The following assets will be considered: 

  • Experience in fire risk assessment and fire risk mitigation. 
  • Experience working with building codes committees.
  • Experience in structural/seismic engineering.
  • Experience in business development, marketing activities, and/or the development of partnerships and collaborations.
  • Experience in working in multidisciplinary teams.

**Significant experience: 2–6 years’ experience

Condition of Employment

 Reliability Status

Language Requirements


Information on language requirements and self-assessment tests

Assessment Criteria

Candidates will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:

Technical Competencies

  • Knowledge of fire safety engineering, fire science, fire protection and mitigation systems.  
  • Knowledge of Canadian building and fire codes and the Canadian code development process.
  • Knowledge of numerical fire modelling and life hazard prediction techniques.
  • Knowledge of experimental techniques in evaluation of fire behaviour from small to full scale, design and conduct of such experiments and data analysis.
  • Knowledge of project management principles and practices.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Research – Communication (Level 3)
  • Research – Teamwork (Level 2)
  • Research – Creative thinking (Level 3)
  • Research – Results orientation (Level 2)
  • Research – Networking (Level 2)

Competency Profile(s)

For this position, the NRC will evaluate candidates using the following competency profile(s):  Research

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Relocation assistance will be determined in accordance with the NRC’s directives.


This position is classified as a Research Officer (RO), a group that is unique to the NRC. Candidates are remunerated based on their expertise, outcomes and impacts of their previous work experience relative to the requirements of the level. The salary scale for this group is vast, from $57,220 to $161,754 per annum, which permits for employees of all levels from new graduates to world-renowned experts to be fairly compensated for their contributions.  

NOTE: Please note that the full RO/RCO salary scale has five levels. Salary determination will be based on a review of the candidate’s expertise, outcomes and impacts of their previous work experience relative to the requirements of the level. As such, the initial salary could be within another level of the RO/RCO salary scale (i.e., above or below the intended level for this position).

NRC employees enjoy a wide-range of competitive benefits including comprehensive health and dental plans, pension and insurance plans, vacation and other leave entitlements.

The NRC Advantage

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is the Government of Canada’s largest research organization supporting industrial innovation, the advancement of knowledge and technology development. We collaborate with over 70 colleges, universities and hospitals annually, work with 800 companies on their projects, and provide advice or funding to over 8000 Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) each year.

We bring together the brightest minds to deliver tangible impacts on the lives of Canadians and people around the world. And now, we want to partner with you.  Let your expertise and inspirations make an impact by joining the NRC.

At the NRC Employee wellness matters. We offer flexible work schedules as well as part-time work to help employees maintain work-life balance. We are one of the few federal organizations that close our offices during the December holiday season.  We offer professional learning and development opportunities such as conferences, workshops, and a suite of mentorship, award and recognition programs. Diversity enables creativity and innovation. Fostering a diverse, inclusive, welcoming and supportive workplace is important to us, and contributes to a more inclusive Canadian innovation system. We welcome all qualified applicants and encourage you to complete the employment equity self-declaration questions during the job application process. Please let us know of any accommodation measures required to help you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Please note that the information you provide will be treated confidentially. 

Help us solve problems for Canada. Grow your career with us today!


  • ​A pre-qualified list may be established for similar positions for a one year period.
  • Preference will be given to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada. Please include citizenship information in your application.
  • The incumbent must adhere to safe workplace practices at all times.
  • We thank all those who apply, however only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Please direct your questions, with the requisition number (19088) to:

E-mail: [email protected]

Closing Date: 15 March 2024 – 23:59 Eastern Time.

Assistant Professor at Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan for Combustion Engineering and Fire Safety

*“Documents for Application for Faculty Member in the Environment and Energy Field Enclosed” must be written in red ink on the envelope, and documents must be delivered by registered mail.
Contact Yuji Nakamura, Professor
Tel: +81-532-44-6647 E-mail: [email protected]

Recruitment   Assistant Professor   1 position

Affiliated Fields  Energy Conversion Engineering Laboratory, Environment and Energy Course

Fields of Specialty Combustion engineering, especially in the research area on utilizing/safety of liquid/solid combustibles

Responsible Subjects  Subjects concerning Mechanical Engineering, such as Creative Experiment for Mechanical Engineering, Experimental Practice for Mechanical Engineering etc.


Persons, who meet all of the following requirements,

  • must have a doctorate or Ph.D. or be expecting to obtaining one by time of hiring and must have research experience in his/her field.*
  • must be able to be responsible for curriculum for laboratory work for students and must have strong enthusiasm and creativity for assisting and guiding the educational research of students.
  • if not a native speaker of Japanese, must have Japanese language ability to be engaged in office work.

*In consideration of gender equality, we are proactively promoting the hiring of female faculty members.

*For globalization purpose, we expect the candidate to be able to assist/guide the educational research of students in English.

*Based on the mission of our university, we expect the candidate having sufficient level of understandings on education in technical collage (Kosen).

Planned Hiring Date August 1, 2024 or possible later day Compensation

  • Salary: Based on the Pay Regulations for University Faculty of the Toyohashi University of Technology
  • Other benefits: Dependency allowance, housing allowance, commutation allowance, transfer allowance, etc. (Provided upon confirming requirements)
  • Work hours: Flexible time system based around the hours of 8:30 to 17:15
  • Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, New Year’s holidays, and designated summer holidays
  • Insurance: The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Mutual Aid Association Insurance (short-term), and the Employees’ Pension Insurance (long-term)
  • No smoking on the premises

Employment System   Full-time employment (with term) *

*Term is five years (After receiving an examination for tenure and conditional on passing, the candidate may become a tenured assistant professor (open-ended)).

Documents to Submit

  • Resume (Can be printed on standard, commercially available resume forms. Must include a photo and your e-mail address.)

*If you have been subjected to disciplinary action or penalties, or criminal penalties (except those subject to the Special Rules on Procedures for Handling Violations of the Road Traffic Act (Articles 125-132)) in the past, please make sure to write the details of the disciplinary action and the specific reasons on a separate sheet of paper. If there was any false information in your personal history, it may result in cancellation of

employment or disciplinary actions.

  • List of research achievements (Classified into the following categories: literary works, peer-reviewed papers, international conference essays, domestic conference essays, reviews/commentaries, invited lectures, patents, awards, social contributions, etc.)
  • Printouts of three major articles
  • Status of activities at institutes and in academic societies (status of activities at affiliated institutes or other institutes, overseas activities other than international conferences, and other items that demonstrate your qualifications.)
  • Status of acquisition of external funding (Specify, by representative or contributor, according to the following: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, academic-industrial collaboration projects, foundation grants, internal competitive funds in an organization, etc. Specify other items that demonstrate your qualifications.)
  • Overview of past research (A4 size, within two pages) and plans for future research (A4 size, within two pages)
  • Experience and aspirations regarding education (A4 size, within one page)
  • Contact information of two references (name, affiliation, position, telephone number, e-mail address)*

*You may be asked to submit other documents if the selection conditions require it.

Selection Method

  • Document examination (Selection will be made according to the selection standards of our university)
  • Interview: Applicants determined to be suitable after the document examination phase will be contacted individually for an interview.*

*We do not respond to individual inquiries regarding selection results.

Application Deadline April 25, 2024 (JST) (date by which documents must arrive) Address to Mail the Documents*

〒441-8580    1-1 Hibarigaoka, Tempaku, Toyohashi, Aichi

Takayuki Shibata, Chair of the faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology

*“Documents for Application for Faculty Member in the Environment and Energy Field Enclosed” must be written in red ink on the envelope, and documents must be delivered by registered mail.

Contact  Yuji Nakamura, Professor

Tel: +81-532-44-6647  E-mail: [email protected] Other Items

  • We do not return application documents without request. If you would like the documents to be returned, please enclose a return envelope with your documents (with a stamp or delivery payment invoice affixed to it).)
  • Based on the Personal Information Protection Act, personal information contained in the application documents shall not be used for any purpose other than selection.
  • Costs for coming to the university, such as to attending the interview, shall be borne by the applicant.
  • Applicants shall be notified of selection results following the full examination period.

Senior Lecturer in Fire Engineering Apprenticeships (Fixed Term) at Birmingham City University.

School of Engineering and the Built Environment

Location: City Centre Campus (Millennium Point)
Salary: £48,576 to £56,197 per annum
Fixed Term – January 2026
Post Type: Full Time
Release Date: 09 February 2024
Closing Date: 23.59 hours GMT on Sunday 10 March 2024
Reference: 102023-605-R


This is an opportunity to join the College of Built Environment as Senior Lecturer in Fire Engineering (Apprenticeships), supporting teaching across appropriate programmes and developing innovative research in the discipline. 


Birmingham City University is growing in quality and standing, with an academic STEAM agenda at the heart of our ambitions. We are transforming the lives of students and their communities and want outstanding academics to join us in taking us on the next stage of our exciting journey.  

We are continuing to invest in new academic roles across the full range of subjects and disciplines that we offer in all four of our Faculties.

Our students learn through doing. They are empowered throughout their educational journey, achieving significant educational gain and personal transformation. In recognition of this we are looking to recruit exceptional academic staff who are at the cutting edge of their disciplines, as makers, practitioners, researchers, and educators.  

There has never been a better time to join us. Come and be part of the next exciting stage of our journey – apply now.


In the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE), we work to apply abstract intelligence to make a better, safer, smarter society. We have a strong emphasis on STEAM, with some of our teaching taking place in our award-winning new STEAM house building, where disciplines combine to solve real-world problems. 

Our experts across the Faculty work not only with one another but across a wide range of disciplines, to solve real-world problems, and encourage and foster this spirit of Innovation in our students.  Together, they are able to respond dynamically to the multiple modern technological challenges posed by fast-paced industries.

Across the Faculty, we integrate teaching with research, innovation and enterprise. We work closely with our industry partners to ensure that we are developing skills in our graduates that equips them for emerging careers and the future of work. We are fully committed to practice-driven experimental and flipped learning – harnessing the strength of employer relationships for the benefit of our students – who then go on to make a significant impact on society through their ideas, their work and their expertise.


Click Apply Online at the bottom of the screen and complete the Application Form.

In support of your application, we will ask you to provide:

  • A cover letter of no more than two pages offering an overview of your career and expertise, and how that experience makes you the ideal candidate for this role.
  • An up-to-date CV including your publication list and research and/or consultancy activity.
  • A copy of two of your publications or outputs, or digital links to them where possible. If providing digital links, please include these on your cover letter document.

For guidance on the above, please refer to the Application Guidance document below.


At the heart of our 2025 Strategy is our mission is to enable our students to transform their lives and to achieve their potential. Through our education and research, and the roles our graduates go on to play in the world, we not only support individuals to transform their lives, but we also play a part in transforming society.

Our heritage of making through innovation and its application through knowledge exchange, and of creative research and practice, today finds it expression in our STEAM agenda, in our research and enterprise, and in our commitment to challenge-based learning. Working across disciplines, and delivering impactful research and enterprise, interdisciplinarity is at the heart of the continuing transformation of our academic portfolio. 

Research by our staff and students creates new knowledge, catalyses innovation, and has global impact. Through our research, we make new discoveries and deliver benefit to culture, industry, society, and the environment. Ground-breaking projects include changing health and care guidelines, improving policy and practice regarding Islamophobia, optimising energy efficient homes, promoting human dignity worldwide, improving critical care nursing, and exploring issues faced by jazz musicians. 


Birmingham is home to a rich and diverse range of communities.  Our students reflect this rich cultural mix, and we are continuing to work to make sure that this is also reflected in our broader university community. By working together, combining our many different backgrounds and life experiences, we will empower each other to reach our full potential. 

You can read more about Birmingham City University’s commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion here.

For further information regarding this post could you please contact, Paul Laycock, Deputy Head of the College of Built Environment, [email protected]

Tenure Track Assistant Professor in » Fire Science and Engineering «

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) invites applications for the position of Tenure Track Assistant Professor in » Fire Science and Engineering « to begin in winter semester 2024/25. The position is a W2 fixed-term (6 year) tenure-track professorship with the possibility for promotion to a tenured W3.

See official site:

Scientific Environment

The professorship will be assigned to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the TUM School of Engineering and Design.


The responsibilities include research and teaching as well as the promotion of early-career scientists. We seek to appoint an expert in the research area of Fire Science and Engineering with a focus on practice-based research in fire science safety in an academic context. Teaching responsibilities include courses in the university’s bachelor and master programs, explicitly in architecture, civil and environmental engineering as well as electrical engineering and aerospace.


We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated initial scientific achievements and the capacity for independent research at the highest international level. A university degree and an outstanding doctoral degree or equivalent scientific qualification, as well as pedagogical aptitude, are prerequisites. Substantial research experience abroad is expected (please see for further information).

Our Offer

Based on the best international standards and transparent performance criteria, TUM offers a merit-based academic career path for tenure track faculty from Assistant Professor through a permanent position as Associate Professor, and on to Full Professor. The regulations of the TUM Faculty Recruitment and Career System apply.

TUM provides excellent working conditions in a lively scientific community, embedded in the vibrant research environment of the Greater Munich Area. The TUM environment is multicultural, with English serving as a common interface for scientific interaction.

TUM offers attractive and performance-based salary conditions and social benefits.

The TUM Munich Dual Career Office (MDCO) provides tailored career consulting to the partners of newly appointed professors. The MDCO assists the relocation and integration of new professors, their partners and accompanying family members.

Your Application

TUM is an equal opportunity employer and explicitly encourages applications from women. The position is suitable for disabled persons. The position is suitable for disabled persons. Disabled applicants will be given preference in case of generally equivalent suitability, aptitude and professional performance.

Application documents should be submitted in accordance with TUM’s application guidelines for professors. These guidelines and detailed information about the TUM Faculty Recruitment and Career System are available at Here you will also find TUM’s information on collecting and processing personal data as part of the application process.

Please send your application no later than 10. 03. 2024 to the Dean of Engineering and Design, Prof. Dr. Christoph Gehlen via our recruitment portal:

For any queries please contact [email protected].


Postdoctoral Fellowship – Fire Engineering – Stellenbosch University

Closing date: 4 February

Applicaiton website

After completing this form please email your CV, university transcripts and any supporting documents to [email protected].

We are looking for a talented researcher to focus on fire safety for sustainable construction products and for wildfire fire safety. This postdoctoral fellowship is for a person to be based in the Fire Engineering Research Unit at Stellenbosch University. The successful candidate will split their time between two projects, as discussed below:

1.  Fire Testing of Resilient and Sustainable Building Materials – SFPE Sponsored Project

This project will investigate (a) what emerging sustainable and emerging building materials are being used in practice, (b) what test methods are available and what data we have on such systems, and (c) how their response to fire may necessitate the use of new or modified test methods. In addition, the work will be extended to (d) discuss how existing test methods are applied to systems such as photovoltaic (PV) systems. The result of the project will be the production of White Paper on the topic, in collaboration with fellow team members. 

2. Fire safe African homes on the wildland urban interface (AfriWUIFire)

The successful candidate will collaborate on a project based between South Africa, Botswana and Japan. The aim of this research project is to improve fire resilience of homes and structures in communities located in wildland urban interface (WUI) areas in Southern Africa. This will be done by focusing on the impact of firebrands in property loss. To achieve this goal the objectives of this research are to: (1) Characterize typical structures in South Africa and Botswana, including construction materials, and construction typologies. (2) Identify typical vegetation in South Africa and Botswana. (3) Develop fire experiments to understand the impact of firebrands on different construction features. Experiments will be conducted in Japan and South Africa. An extensive database of full-scale fire experiments from Japan will be used as a basis. (4) Provide scientifically based inputs to develop guidelines for improving fire resilience in communities located in WUI areas. 

The successful candidate will also be involved in co-supervising students (especially those carrying out research to the project), assisting fire engineering postgraduate courses, and generally supporting the work of the fire engineering team. 

– PhD in engineering, preferably in fire engineering. Associated fields may be considered. 
– Research track record.
– Preferred that it is less than 6 years since you obtained your PhD. 
– Good communication and writing skills. 
– Ability to move to South Africa for duration of fellowship. 
– Good academic track record. 
– Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team. 

The details of the fellowship are:
– Dates: 1 March 2024 (or as soon as possible thereafter) until 31 October 2025 (with a possibility of extension depending on funding availability)
– Fellowship value: R33,000 per month (tax free)

Research Associate in Wildfire Science, University of Edinburgh

University of Edinburgh is looking to hire a post doc to work on a project on firebrand dynamics (generation, transport and deposition) using lab and field approaches. A fire background would of course be beneficial but knowledge of other wildfire related-disciplines would also make a strong application. It would be great if you could share the link to the advert below with your networks and encourage any candidates to get in touch with me directly if they have any questions. I would be interested in hearing from candidates with experimental and modelling experience.

Please see more details in the link below

Post-Doctoral Fellows at the University of Science and Technology of China 

We are seeking 2 well-qualified applicants for fully-funded Post-doctoral Fellowships/Associate Professor (by contract) to work on fire safety research in Prof Yu Wang’s group at State Key Laboratory of Fire Science in University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Candidates with research experience in WUI/wildland fire, building fire dynamics, or structural fire are all welcome. We would be open to discussing the research direction based on the successful candidate’s research background, interests, and project goals.


  • Take a leadership role in a relevant project.
  • Publish high-quality research papers.
  • Help supervise the PhD student in the project.
  • Proposal writing to seek externally funded research grants.

Required qualifications for this position include:

  • A Ph.D. in Fire Safety Engineering, Combustion Science, Civil Engineering or any related field.
  • Excellent fire experiment skills.
  • Experience in CFD modelling, thermal-mechanical coupling or computational analysis skills are highly preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Established track record in scientific publications.

The appointment will be for at least two years, subject to performance and funding availability. Post-doctoral fellows would be encouraged to apply for research funding from USTC, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) etc. Post-doctoral fellows with outstanding academic achievements will be considered favourably for promotion to an Associate Professor position (tenure track) at USTC. Candidates with more than 2 years of post-doctoral experience may directly apply for the position of contract Associate Professor.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae by email, to Prof Yu Wang ([email protected]). Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Post-doctoral Position on Wildfire Suppression at the University of Maryland

The Department of Fire Protection Engineering ( at the University of Maryland – College Park (UMD) is looking for a motivated post-doctoral fellow to lead a project on rapid suppression of wildland fire. UMD is building a multidisciplinary team to enter the XPRIZE Wildfire Competition ( and expects the post-doctoral fellow to serve as one of the managers on this team. This is an 18-month appointment with a possible extension. We are looking for a candidate with a recent PhD in fire, mechanical or aerospace engineering. Experience with fire suppression and/or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is desirable but not required. Interested candidates should send their CV and a list of references to Prof. Stanislav I. Stoliarov ([email protected]). For best consideration, please submit your application on or before March 1, 2024.

Positions at Postdoctoral, Doctoral and Master’s Levels, The Department of Fire Protection Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park

The Department of Fire Protection Engineering (FPE Dept) at the University of Maryland, College Park has
openings for postdoc, PhD students and master’s degree students, starting in Spring 2024 or Fall 2024.
Candidates with research experiences or knowledge in combustion, fire tests and simulation, computer
vision, or machine learning are preferred. The successful candidates will work closely with the PIs (Dr
Shuna Ni, Dr Stanislav I. Stoliarov and Dr Arnaud Trouvé) on projects that meet the mutual interests of the
PIs and the candidates. Interested students should contact Dr. Shuna Ni at [email protected] with “Ni Lab
application” in the subject line. Please include a CV or resume, transcripts (both undergraduate and
graduate), a brief statement of research experience and interests, and contact information of 2-3 referees
in the email.

See details at