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PhD position in Computational Materials Science and Materials Informatics
Boise State University

Date Posted Jul. 18, 2021
Title PhD position in Computational Materials Science and Materials Informatics
University Boise State University
Boise, ID, United States
Department Materials Science and Engineering
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Graduate Student
  • Materials Sciences/Polymer Sciences

Fully funded PhD positions are available at Computational Materials Design Lab ( at Boise State University. The lab’s projects are focused on Computational Materials Science and Materials Informatics.

Candidates with a background in computational materials science, computation mechanics, and applied physics are encouraged to apply. Candidates with a master’s degree are preferred. Background in Phase Field Modeling, coding, materials modeling, and finite element method is a plus. The candidates are expected to have a strong academic record, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Additional admission requirements are described in the following link:…

The position is available for Spring 2022 (or earlier). The review of applications will continue until the position is filled. The selected candidates will receive a competitive stipend, full tuition, and benefit.

Interested applicants are requested to send the following materials as a single PDF file to

1. A cover letter describing research experience and interest
2. CV
3. Contact information of three references
4. Copy of one publication if applicable
5. Toefl and GRE scores

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