Ph.D. Student Openings at University of South Florida
The Biofluid & Biosolid Modeling (BFBSM) Lab in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida has two openings for PhD students in Spring or Fall 2020. Candidate who has a background in computational fluid dynamics, computational biomechanics, and cardiovascular biomechanics are highly encouraged to apply. The candidate with programming and coding experience is a plus. Stipend is available to cover both tuition and living expenses. All applicants must satisfy USF graduate program admission requirements (https://www.usf.edu/admissions/graduate/index.aspx). Interested candidates should send a cover letter describing how the position is aligned with his or her research interests and background, a detailed CV, transcripts, and the contact information of two or three references to Dr. Wenbin Mao at [email protected]
The BFBSM Lab is working at the intersection of fluid mechanics and biomechanics, and focusing on the development of computational models that address the complex fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems related to biomedical applications, such as biomechanics underlying cardiovascular diseases, cell dynamics in microfluidics and circulation, and the interactions between blood-contacting medical devices and host tissues. For more information, visit http://bfbsm.eng.usf.edu/.
Please contact us if you are interested!
Dr. Wenbin Mao
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, ENB 372A
Tampa, FL, 33620, USA