Graduate Research Assistant Position, South Korea
Fuel Cell & Battery Laboratory at Koreatech invites application for Research assistant position. This position is available for graduate students (MS and PhD) at school of mechanical engineering. The research assistant will be supported in monthly salary (covering enough the rest of the tuition/month plus living cost) and possible travel cost for conferences.
Subject Offered: The RA is open for graduate students interested in the following subjects.-Fuel cell researches: diagnosis, stack operation, PEM fuel cell design and battery researches: Balancing, State of Charge (SOC), Management.
Degree Level: Scholarship is available for pursuing research programme at Fuel Cell & Battery Laboratory at Koreatech.
Participating Institution(s): Fuel Cell & Battery Laboratory at Koreatech
- Looking for a motivated graduate student (PhD candidate preferred) who can work in coming spring (March 2016).
- Anyone with BS/MS in mechatronics/mechanical/electrical engineering
- Good communication and writing skills in English
- Candidates should have a strong background in programming and control with hands on experiences in experiment using electronic equipment
Eligible Nationalities: International students can apply for this scholarship. Scholarship convers 1/2 tuition for qualified student for TOEFL.
Scholarship Benefit: The research assistant will be supported in monthly salary (covering enough the rest of the tuition/month plus living cost) and possible travel cost for conferences.
Application Procedure for Graduate Research Assistant Position, South Korea
Application Procedure: Please contact ASAP with your CV including your record in English standard test like TOEFL.
Deadline: Contact Employer
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More about Graduate Research Assistant Position, South Korea
The Korea University of Technology and Education, or KOREA TECH (Hangeul: 한국기술교육대학교), is a university inCheonan, South Chungcheong, South Korea. The university was opened in 1991 and its current president is Dr. Un-ki Jeon.
Complex Fluids Laboratory at Koreatech focuses on the research of multi-physics conjugated fluid phenomena, colloid and aerosol manipulations, bio-analytical processing on microfluidic platforms. Research applications include flow and heat transfer analysis for automotive parts and electronic devices, separation and filtration of micro/nano particles, and development of miniaturized biomedical diagnostic devices.