Graduate Student Research Assistantships and Post-Doctoral Appointments
Besides funding the two Graduate Fellowships, the research programs of MC-CAM support a larger number of PhD candidates on research assistantships (RAs), and post-doctoral scientists and engineers for appointments of up to 2 years. Students and Post-Docs are nominated for appointment by a faculty advisor in one of the participating Departments or Programs who has received funding for an MC-CAM-sponsored research project.
- Interaction of researchers from at least two disciplines
- Clear goal for a potential product
- Involve the design of new functional materials and/or devices
- Involve work on novel fabrication technologies
Application Procedure (Graduate Applicants)
Students should apply for admission as a PhD candidate to one or more of the participating UCSB Departments or Programs, such as Chemical Engineering, Materials, Chemistry,Physics, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology, and the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomolecular Science and Engineering. Please indicate in the statement of intent that you are interested in the research activities of MC-CAM. UCSB graduate admission information including online application forms is available at: UCSB GRADUATE DIVISION
Application Procedure (Post-Doctoral Applicants)
Postdoctoral candidates should apply directly to faculty members in participating UCSB Departments or Programs. Please indicate your interest in becoming involved in research programs sponsored by MC-CAM.
Please contact Sara Bard (email@example.com) if you have any questions regarding MC-CAM graduate and post-doc opportunities.