Advanced Micro and Nanosystems Laboratory research positions
Program Director UROP
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- Project Offer-Number:
- UROP Abroad
- Mechanical Engineering
- Organisation unit:
- University of Arizona, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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The AMNL is always looking for highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students interested in research opportunities.
Ongoing projects in the lab include: - Cantilever bio-chemical sensors using laser readout technique - Tactile electromagnetic micro-actuators and positioning system (tactile display) - Development of optical and mechanical eye tonometry device
Required technical skills include two or more of the following: - Ability to design and prototype electronic circuit boards OR willingness to be trained - Micro-controller programming and application OR willingness to be trained - Ability to operate laboratory instrumentation (oscilloscopes, multi-meters, function generators, AFM, laser lithography tool, spectrophotometer) OR willingness to be trained - AutoCAD 2D and 3D drawing and use of MATLAB Successful applicants should be "team players", i.e. they are expected to be willing to work with other students, receive training and be willing to commit their time to train and assist fellow lab mates.
University of Arizona
The University of Arizona, PO Box 210119
85721-0119 Tuscon, AZ