Postdoctoral Associate in Wireless Sensing and Electromagnetics, Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 18202
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POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE IN WIRELESS SENSING AND ELECTROMAGNETICS, NANO-CYBERNETIC BIOTREK , Program in Media Arts and Sciences, Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek (NCB) Group , to join a research group whose aim is to develop extremely miniaturized micro-nano-devices using meta-materials that can non-invasively and remotely/wirelessly monitor and modulate our biological system. The device will harvest energy from external applied fields for its functioning and also modulate the external fields for communicating sensed data. Responsibilities include conducting research to design and develop wireless sensing technologies; transmitter/receiver systems; RF circuits; and implantable and wearable antennae for diverse applications in wireless power transfer, sensing, magnetic resonance imaging and biomedical applications.
REQUIRED : Ph.D. in electrical/electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, materials science, bioengineering or a relevant field; strong background in electromagnetism, antennae design, RF circuit design, RFID design, RF engineering, and wireless communication; experience with wireless sensing, energy harvesting, magnetic resonance imaging and magnetics; experience with simulators for wireless sensing and antennae design. PREFERRED : experience with nanofabrication, a background in solid state physics and electronic devices, and experience with in-vivo animal work. Job #18202
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