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Job ID: 239533

postdoctoral research associate
Washington State University Job Categories Post-Doc
Academic Fields Mechanical Engineering
Material/Metallurgy
Engineering Mechanics
Computer Science

Prof. Qizhen Li’s lab in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at Washington State University is seeking highly motivated candidates for a post-doctoral research associate position to work on characterization of metals and alloys. The position is open immediately.

The candidates should have a PhD degree in materials science and engineering, or related field. S/He should have strong publication record and rich experience in materials’ characterizations and properties, relationship between microstructure and properties, and research

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