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Job ID: 106707

PhD Student
Syracuse University

Date Posted May 14, 2018
Title PhD Student
University Syracuse University
Department Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available Immediately
  • Syracuse, NY
    United States
  • Graduate Student
  • Nanotechnology
    Chemistry - Physical
    Chemistry - Inorganic
    Chemistry - General

Position available immediately for 1 Ph.D. Student with a background in experimental chemistry/chemical synthesis. Highly motivated students who have strong analytical and creative thinking skills and are keen on learning new topics and ideas are encouraged to apply.

MREL is a research group of Prof. Shalabh C. Maroo in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at Syracuse University. The Group’s research interests are highly multidisciplinary, in the areas of multi-scale transport phenomenon, thermal management and bio-mechanical systems, with a focus on energy and water desalination and a strong emphasis on using the fundamentals of nano-science and nanotechnology to build efficient macro-scale mechanical systems. Research methods applied include theoretical analysis, computational simulations (molecular dynamics and CFD) and experimental techniques (including nano-metrology and nano-fabrication). Prof. Maroo’s educational background includes a B.Tech. from IIT Bombay, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Florida and postdoctoral experience at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Interested students can apply by emailing their detailed Curriculum Vitae (CVs) to Prof. Maroo ( Research group website is

Interested researchers are encouraged to apply immediately.

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Contact Information

  • Prof. Shalabh C. Maroo
    Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    Syracuse University
    251 Link Hall
    Syracuse, NY 13244
  • (315) 443-2107


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