Graduate Research Opportunities

We are always looking for gifted, highly motivated and aspiring graduate students for pursuing Ph.D. and M.S. thesis research in our group.  Please feel free to stop by to talk to Dr. Philip Feng or contact him via email.  

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

We are looking for gifted and aspiring undergraduate students who have passion for hands-on experiments, various design projects, and challenges in communications and computers.  Please feel free to stop by and talk to Dr. Philip Feng.  

Postdoctoral Research Opportunities

...Currently Pending... [please see below for a previous opening announcement, for your reference]

Position is open for highly motivated and outstanding candidates, who have strong interests in working on nanoscale electromechanical systems (NEMS) for exploring NEMS Device Physics and developing Novel NEMS Transducers.  Strong technical background and skills in electronic/optical characterization of nanostructures/nanomaterials and nanofabrication are required.  Solid knowledge and experience in design of NEMS/MEMS (including but not limited to switches, resonators, oscillators, etc.) and low-noise measurements is expected.  The successful candidate should have obtained, or is in the process of obtaining, a Ph.D. in Physics, Applied Physics, EE, or in NEMS/MEMS and related areas, focusing on experimental research.  

The starting date can be immediate so please contact as early as you can.  The researcher will have great opportunities to closely collaborate with other researchers (including leading theorists in the field) and jointly with faculty members, to interact with and/or supervise students, and also to get exposure to other research projects.  

Interested candidates with matched background should contact Dr. Philip Feng in EE Department at Case School of Engineering, via email (  To apply, please send a PDF copy of CV (please include a list of at least 3 references with contact information), and a brief (1-2 page) Statement of Research Interests & Objectives.