If you are looking for a nano-position. PhD and PostDoc positions around the world, from USA, Europe to India...


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Hello I am Prakhar Gupta (Final Year Mechanical engineering, undergraduate) . My area of interests are Carbon Nanotubes, Design engineering, Mechanics of Solids. I am engaged in one of the project for my degree on "Molecular Modelling and Analysis of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes". Herein the target is to explore various mechanical properties of CNTs.

I am interested for pursuing Ph.D under the guidance of reputed Professor.

Please reply me if I match with your position.



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Sir it would be very kind of you if you leave your contact no.

looking for a fully funded PhD position in nanomedicine in UK/EU/IRE. can i have any suggestion. have completed Master By Reasearch In Nanomedicine from UK. will highly appreciate any help. special interest in tissue engineering/biomedical applications of nanotubes..plz inbox any suggestions....

Dear Sir,

I am Ramesh I submitted my Ph.D thesis and i am currently looking for Post-Doc in the field of  materials chemistry

My Specialization is Nanocomposites preparation and characterization)

Pl contact to me. my id is lcnehru@yahoo.com

Vara Prasad Bathula said:

hello all, I had completed Masters in Physics and M.Phil in Material Science (ferrites). I'm looking for a PhD opportunity in Nano materials for bio-medical (or) high capacity data storage (or) solar cell applications.

Currently I'm working as a research fellow at UTTEI-COMSO Unit, ENEA Casaccia, Rome, Italy. I have submitted my thesis entitled “Synthesis and characterization of 3d-transition metals doped ZnO thin films and nanostructures for possible spintronic applications” to Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin, Kerala State, India. I am expected to graduate in August, 2013. I'm looking for post-doc position in Europe or USA.

I am also looking for a phd in USA, AUstralia, Canada in the area of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.

Currently oding masters in Nanotech at UB. Previos background is Bioinformatics

Mail me veerareddy9@gmail.com



I am currently searching for Postdoc position for the theoretical and experimental  analysis of solid state chemical sensors.

I look forward for your valuable feedback and suggestions.

I have completed my PhD in Chemical Science and Technology from University of Cagliari, Italy. The title of my thesis is "Low temperature CO oxidation and preferential oxidation of CO over nano-structured base metal oxide catalysts". Main objective of my PhD research is to purify hydrogen for PEMFC. I am searching for a postdoc position in Europe or USA.

I am looking for PhD position in Graphene. I have an 2 years experience in Graphene synthesis by ThermalCVD as well as PECVD and characterization by Raman spectroscopy.

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