The MicroTechnology Laboratory at Michigan State University is looking for a research associate, postdoctoral researcher, who can lead and fruitfully contribute to our research on antenna circuit design for highly integrated wireless biosensing systems. The candidate is expected to design and implement next-generation, miniaturized antennas and RF circuit technologies for detecting biological events (e.g. biomolecules, pressures, etc).
Doctorate -Sensor, RF antennas, and circuits
To qualify, the candidate should hold a PhD degree in the area of electrical engineering, microwave electronics, engineering physics, wireless communication engineering, or equivalent.
Extensive experience within the antenna engineering field with a background in electronics, or an extensive circuit design experience with a background in antennas is desired.
The project is in collaboration with other researchers and industry and thus excellent cooperation and social abilities are highly important.
Good communication skills in English are required as English is the primary language in our laboratory.
Required Application Materials
The application should be sent electronically and be attached as pdf-files, including a Curriculum Vita with a complete list of publication, a Research Statement, and contact information of at least two references (name, email, affiliation).
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