Opportunities to carry out higher studies (M.S./Ph.D.) in materials science-related biomedical applications (Semiconductor, Flexible materials) with scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships at Flexible and Nanobio Device Lab, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea.
KAIST Materials Science and Engineering, Flexible, and Nanobio Device Lab Is recruiting graduate students for masters and doctoral programs and Postdoc.
- M.S./Ph.D. positions for graduate students
- Post-doc positions for Ph.D. (Doctoral) candidates
Qualifications & Preference
|M.S./Ph.D.||Relevant degree & Interest in the following research area|
- Flexible Memory, Memristor, Neuromortphic Device, LSI
- Invivo Biomedical Applications: Brain, Heart
- Optoelectronics (micro LED)
- Self-powered system and energy
- Laser material interaction for flexible applications, Graphene
|Tuition Fees & Dormitory Fees||Exempted|
|Insurances||4 major insurances|
Other common perks
- Attend overseas conferences 1-2 times until Ph.D. graduation
- FAND Group provides researchers with the highest level of salary, comfortable environment, research facilities, autonomous time management
- We provide creative research support and an atmosphere of study
- Equipment facilities where all experiments can be performed in our own lab.
- Lab Equipment List ( Click )
- Comfortable and cozy research lab
Open position until filled.
To ensure the vacancy, please visit the web page or contact the professor.
FAND research goal is to develop ‘Self-powered Flexible Electronic Systems’. This technology could provide interesting opportunities for printable electronics such as flexible displays, artificial skins, self-powered systems, and biomedical applications for human-machine integration. First, our laboratory is involved in self-powered sensor systems such as sensors and energy harvester for mobile and human-friendly electronics. Second, our research aim is to develop a flexible semiconductor memory for neuromorphic computing.
Third, we want to develop flexible inorganic micro-LED (e.g. f-GaN or GaAs) for future display and biomedical applications. Finally, our studies are also interested in laser material interaction such as excimer, solid-state laser, and Flash lamp for flexible applications.
– Self-powered Sensors & Flexible Energy Source
– Semicondutor Memory for Neuromorphic Computing
– Flexible Inorganic Micro LED for Display & Biomedical Applications
– Laser Material Interaction for Flexible Applications
How to apply?
Interested candidates can contact the professor through email.
Professor. Keon Jae Lee (이건재)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
KAIST Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Young KAST Member of Korea Academy of Science and Technology (KAST)
Director, Center for Humanplus Artificial Intelligent Sensor
W-1 Building # 4306 (Google map)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST
373-1 Guseong Dong, Yusung-gu, Daejeon, Korea, Zip:305-701
CV: Prof. Lee’s CV
Google Scholar: http://goo.gl/eyzp9W