- (NEW in Dec 2011) A postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately for a project on developing nanoparticle materials for biological applications. The candidates should have strong interest and background in biological applications of nanomaterials, biochemistry, and analytical chemistry, previous experience in nanomaterial synthesis and characterization is welcome but not required. Please send inquiry together with CV with publication lists to Prof. Jin.
- (NEW in Sept 2011) Up to two postdoctral fellow positions are available for projects on developing earth-abundant semiconductor materials for solar energy conversion (both photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical devices). The candidates should have strong interest and background in photovoltaic and/or photoelectrochemical solar devices and/or measurements, previous experience in nanomaterial synthesis and characterization is welcome but not required. We welcome motivated postdoctral researchers with broad educational backgrounds ranging from chemistry, materials science, and condensed matter and device physics. Please send inquiry together with CV with publication lists to Prof. Jin.
For Graduate Students:
Students who are interested in pursuing Ph.D. research in the Jin group should apply to the graduate program in the Chemistry Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Choosing "materials chemistry" as the field of interest is recommended, however, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, and inorganic chemistry are fine too.
For potential students who are not from chemistry background, please apply to Materials Science Program at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Motivated undergraduate students from all science and engineering backgrounds at any stage of college studies who are interested in nanomaterials are welcome to participate in our interdisciplinary research, for research credit or summer research. Please contact Prof. Jin directly with resume and academic transcript.