ARAtronics Opening Positions
The ARAtronics center welcomes students and post-doctorate researchers with diverse backgrounds, including but not limited to:
Opto-mechanical systems for sensing applications.
Opto-mechatronics systems design and analysis.
Micro-optical sensors technology.
Experimental, analytical and computational mechanics.
Perturbation methods and nonlinear dynamics.
Linear and nonlinear control of dynamics systems.
Biomedical sensing devices.
Locomotion and Vibration.
Composite control strategies.
Robotics and flexible manipulators.
Brain computer interface.
Neuroscience and electrophysiology.
All researchers and students who are interested to join the center should read the following information in this section before contacting the Principle Investigator (PI) who is the Assist. Prof. Dr. Eng. Amir R. Ali. Additionally, some commonly asked questions are answered here.
ARAtronics center offers undergraduates at all stages in their studies (sophomore through senior) and in all of the disciplines listed above an opportunity to participate in research during the summer and the academic year.
There are no formal requirements (experience, year or major).
Research projects can be part of a directed research course, Merit Research, or can be independent of an academic curriculum. However, all undergraduate researchers must commit to spending at least one full year in the group, including one summer.
ARAtronics center accepts M.Sc. & P.hD. students on the normal admit cycle for the GUC.
Students interested in joining the center must apply through GUC Graduate Admissions and should specifically indicate their interest in joining the ARAtronics Lab. in the appropriate locations in their application and in their personal statement and proposal.
ARAtronics center welcomes visiting P.hD. Students and scholars from other institutions. However, due to space limitations in the ARAtronics center , we will only host one student or scholar at any given time. Given this restriction, it is never too early to start planning. Additionally, we accept an international visitors.
There are currently no opening positions for the post-doctoral scholars.
ARAtronics center is looking for a qualified Lab. Technician to undertake a variety of laboratory procedures of technical nature. He/She will be handling sensitive equipment to analyze samples or substances and conduct tests reporting findings to a laboratory director.
The ideal candidate will have experience in working under possibly hard conditions. He/She will be well-trained to maintain safety conditions and will be passionate for doing work that makes things move forward.
The goal is to optimize lab procedures and succeed in producing reliable and important results that can be used to make a difference.
Interested in joining the team?