Open Faculty Positions at School of Advanced Materials, PKUSZ



Prof. Feng (Fred) Pan, the director of School of Advanced Materials,
PKUSZ, will visit Stanford for recruiting in the evening of Apr 16.
Everyone is welcome.

The location is  LKSC 102 in the Li Ka-Shing center at Stanford

Peking University, Shenzhen (PKUSZ), is located in an ultra-modern
metropolitan area with a population of 10 millions near the border of
Hong Kong, having the one of highest per-capita GDP in China. As a
contemporary city in the Orient, Splendid Shenzhen is especially
amiable for high-tech professionals with ambitions. PKUSZ is targeted
as a state-of-the-art international institution for graduate students
with a global vision. (

Our School of Materials Science and Engineering is a new and fast
developing division in PKUSZ.  We are recruiting talented scholars
from top universities and research institutes in the world. Positions
are open for the following directions.

(a) The direction of new energy materials, such as a new high
efficiency and low cost thin film solar cell materials and
applications, high-capacity battery materials and system

(b) The direction of electronic information materials such as meta-
materials, materials for next-generation high-speed microelectronic
and processes, materials for new information storage media and optical
communications and technologies

(c) The direction of biomedical materials such as a new type of
biomimetic materials, drug delivery and biologically active materials,
diagnosis and treatment of materials
Candidates must have an earned doctorate in chemistry, physics,
electrical engineering, materials science,computational materials
science or other related field and demonstrated research expertise.
The candidates will be expected to develop interdisciplinary research
programs with colleagues, collaborating with the booming high-tech
industry, taking advantage of the generous incentive programs funded
by the government. The candidates must also be committed to teaching
graduate courses. Interested applicants should submit CV, the
statement of research and teaching interests, and the contact
addresses of at least three references to Prof. Fred Pan

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