The successful candidate will work to characterize, simulate, and analyze data for demonstration of phononic, surface waves and photonic waves through metamaterials designed for the NSF EFRI project. They will also generate data for publications in high impact factor journals and work independently to develop new ideas for research publications and/or proposals in acoustical encryption and develop new applications for uni-directional wave phenomena.
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