Postdoctoral Researcher Position -- Additive Manufacturing for Microfabricated Fuel Cells

The Maryland MEMS & Microfluidics Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD), is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher in the area of Additive Manufacturing for solid oxide fuel cells. Research will involve the development and application of direct-deposition techniques for the formation of complex microstructured and multi-scale fuel cell elements.  Research will be performed in coordination with industrial and academic partners.  The ideal applicant will have experience with solid modeling, 3D printing, and optical and electron microscopy, strong experimental skills, and expertise in one or more of the following areas: MEMS, microfabrication, and SOFC technology.  Prior experience in additive manufacturing using direct-deposition technologies (e.g. nScrypt) is highly desirable.

Requirements:

Excellent communication and writing skills are essential. The successful candidate will be expected to present work at major conferences, and prepare journal publications and grant submissions.

The ability to supervise graduate and undergraduate students, and work well in a multidisciplinary, collaborative environment is also highly desirable.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To Apply:

Applicants are asked to provide the following.
  1. curriculum vitae
  2. anticipated availability date
  3. contact information for 3-4 references

Email application packages to:

Prof. Don DeVoe
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Maryland
Email: ddev@umd.edu
Website: http://mml.umd.edu

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