We are seeking at least 10 graduate students for our Masters and PhD programs who are excited to address the most critical problems at the intersection of the materials, manufacturing, devices and circuits.
The University of Virginia is rated as one of the top 3 public universities in the nation and Charlottesville is frequently cited as one of the best cities in which to live and work. The School of Engineering is committed to enhancing a culturally diverse community and women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
More information about the school’s initiative around Multifunctional Materials Integration can be found at (http://mmi.virginia.edu). Applicants should apply to the graduate program through the graduate admissions site, should choose the department most aligned with their research interests, and should prominently indicate Multifunctional Materials Integration as an area of interest in their application. To have the highest chance of success, candidates should emphasize any experience with research, system design, and other examples of novel problem-solving.