Computational soft matter and biophysics / Dai / City University of Hong Kong
My group at the Department of Physics, the City University of Hong Kong, is seeking PhD students and one postdoc in the research area of computational soft matter and biophysics.
My group applies multi-scale modelling, from atomistic to coarse-grained, and statistical mechanics to perform research in soft matter physics and biophysics, with collaboration with experimental groups. In addition to addressing fundamental physics problems in soft matter systems, Dr. Dai is interested in practical applications such as design of antimicrobial peptides for antibiotic drugs, and DNA sequencing technologies based on nanopores or nanochannels.
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The Studentship rate for 2018/19 in CityU is HK$16,500 per month (~US$2,115). The maximum award period is up to 2 years for full-time MPhil students and 4 years for full-time PhD students (irrespective of their entry qualifications).
Outstanding students are encouraged to apply the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme
Each fellowship recipient will receive:
• A yearly stipend of HK$301,200 (approximately US$38,610)
• A conference and research related travel allowance of HK$12,600 (approximately US$1,610) per year
• An additional entrance scholarship of HK$77,496 (approximately US$9,930) covering tuition and on-campus hostel accommodation fees for the first year of studies
Interested candidates please send email to email@example.com
Dr. DAI, Liang
Department of Physics
City University of Hong Kong
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