Research Fellow (Micro and Nano Sensors)

​Established in 1981, the SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (EEE) is one of the founding Schools of the Nanyang Technological University. Built on a culture of excellence, the School is renowned for its high academic standards and strong tradition in research. To support teaching and cutting-edge research, EEE is host to 11 research centres and more than 50 laboratories, which are well-equipped with modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. With about 200 faculty members and an enrolment of more than 4,000, of which about 1,300 are graduate students, it is one of the largest EEE schools in the world.

Your will be responsible for research and development of electrical/acoustic/photonic sensor circuits and devices for biomedical sensing and therapy applications such as surface acoustic wave, surface plasmonics resonance and photoacoustic sensor and instrumentations.   



  • A PhD degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mechatronics, or Physics.   
  • Relevant experience and knowledge in one or more of the following areas: 1. Microelectronics; 2. Sensor design and implementation; 3. Biomedical sensor.
  • Knowledge and/or experience in using some of tools such as Zemax HFFS, CST, FEKO, ANSYS, and Finite Element Analysis etc.
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and also in a team environment.
  • Fresh graduates with strong interest in biomedical imaging circuits and devices are also considered.


Application Procedure:

Interested candidate please send your CV, a list of publications with relevant journal impact factors (if applicable), and a list of at least two references to:

Prof Zheng Yuanjin
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Avenue
Block S2.1
Singapore 639798

E-mail Address for E-mailed Applications:

Electronic submission of application is highly encouraged.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for interview.

Application closes when the positions are filled.

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