POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH (positions open!)
Our research group has a new position open in the area of optical spectroscopy and microscopy. Potential candidates are expected to have strong experimental skills in optical spectroscopy and microscopy with a solid background in chemistry, materials science, physics, or engineering. Research experience in instrumentation and infrared spectroscopy/single molecule microscopy is a plus, and strong communication skills and work ethic are essential. Interested individuals are encouraged to email Professor YuHuang Wang with a current CV, a list of three references, and three representative reprints. Due to the volume of e-mails we regret that we will be able to respond to only a very small fraction of the inquiries.

(The following two positions are filled!)
We are seeking highly motivated postdoctoral candidates in the areas of nanofabrication and bioelectronics.

The first position is in the area of bioelectronics. Potential candidates are expected to have strong experimental skills in biosensing and/or electrochemistry with a solid background in chemistry, materials science, physics, or engineering. Research experience in lithography, electronic device fabrication and characterization is essential. This position is funded by NIH.
The second position is in the area of nanofabricaiton. This position requires solid background in materials chemistry and strong instrumentation skills. Experience in scanning probe lithography, photochemistry and/or responsive materials is a plus. The research will be highly interdisciplinary, involving close collaborations with Northwestern University and other institutes through a MURI project.
For both positions, strong communication skills and work ethic are essential. Interested individuals are encouraged to email Professor YuHuang Wang with a current CV, a list of three references, and three representative reprints. Due to the volume of e-mails we regret that we will be able to respond to only a very small fraction of the inquiries.

GRADUATE RESEARCH (positions open!)
We invite talented, hardworking, and ambitious new graduate students to join our group. Interested individuals should contact Prof. Wang with a current CV and a short statement of research interest and career goal. The graduate students will have the opportunity to participate in building a cutting-edge research program focusing on nanomaterials chemistry and photophysics that are directed towards energy science and biomedical technology.

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (one position open!)
Undergraduate students who are interested in our research may participate through directed research (CHEM399) and summer research programs. Interested individuals should send an inquiry with current CV, transcripts with a list of courses that have been taken, and a short statement of your interests.

Visiting Scholars (positions open!)
We enjoy collaborating with creative, hardworking and ambitious visiting scholars. Interested individuals may send an inquiry with current CV and up to three reprints to Professor YuHuang Wang. A thoughtful statement on research interests and possible research projects in our group will be particularly helpful for quick decisions.

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