I am always looking for motivated undergraduate students who are interested in exciting opportunities and challenging projects in an emerging research area. There are usually opportunities to become involved in research projects in the senior level research project course and through research assistantships that are available in my research group during the summer months.
I have a dynamic, well-funded research group. The students use sophisticated, state-of-the-art equipment to study the physics of polymers, biopolymers and bacterial cells at surfaces. This work involves a lot of different science, such as physics, chemistry and microbiology, and has direct technological application to a wide variety of fields including nanotechnology, optical coatings and drug delivery systems.
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