Internships and M.S./Ph.D. Positions with Scholarships and Postdoctoral Fellowships, 2020 – Fluid Interface Laboratory, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea
Opportunities to carry out higher studies (Internships & M.S./Ph.D.) in materials science-related Fluid dynamics with scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships.
- Internship positions for undergraduate students
- M.S./Ph.D. positions for graduate students
- Post-doc positions for Ph.D. (Doctoral) candidates
Relevant degree & Interest in the following research area
Preference & Research Area
|Postdoc||Aerosols and liquid metals|
|M.S./Ph.D||Aerosols, liquid metals, cleaning nanoparticles, wearable device applications|
|Internships||1) How a liquid jet evolves and bothers ambient fluid?|
2) Flow visualization of complex fluids in roll-to-roll printing system
3) Development of mobile flow visualization device based on smartphone.
4) Development of a protection mask from virus and pollutants.
- Bio- & Nature-inspired
- Complex fluids
- Drying, Coating & Printing
- Breakup & Transportation
- Interfacial Phenomena
|M.S./Ph.D. positions||600,000 ~ 1,000,000 KRW/Month|
|Postdoc positions||~3,000,000 KRW/Month|
Open position until filled.
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About Fluid Interface Laboratory & Professor
Fluid Interface Laboratory lead by Professor Hyoungsoo Kim. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at KAIST. He serves as an Editorial Advisory Board member of Experiments in Fluids. He has a specialty in direct optical measurement techniques, for instance, 2D/3D Particle Image Velocimetry, interferometric analysis, Schlieren method, and high-speed and fluorescent imaging. Based on the direct optical measurement techniques, he explores fundamental fluid dynamics problems, for instance, hydrodynamic instabilities inspired by industry and nature, elastocapillary, interfacial phenomena, complex fluids, elastohydrodynamic motivated by human diseases, aerosols atomization, and transportation, liquid, and particulates transportation in a porous media. AND 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.
How to apply?
Interested candidates can contact the professor through email.
Professor. Hyoungsoo Kim
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
KAIST Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Daehakro 291, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34141, South Korea
Phone: +82 42-350-3089
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