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 Sufei Shi

         Assistant Professor 

     (will start from July, 2015)

Howard P. Isermann Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

       Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

           Email:sufeishi at berkeley dot edu 

          (postdoc at Berkeley until June 2015)

            or  sufei dot shi at gmail dot com

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I will join the Howard P. Isermann Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) as an assistant professor from July, 2015. Currently I am a postdoc research scholar at UC Berkeley  with Prof. Feng Wang. I obtained my Ph.D. in the Physics Department at Cornell University under the supervision of Prof.Dan Ralph in January, 2012. I received a M.S. degree in Physics from Brown University, and a B.S. degree in Physics from Nanjing University. 


My research profile can be found on my  Google Scholar page as well. 


Openings:

          I have a few openings available starting from July, 2015. 

1)  One position for postdoc on optics:

     I am looking for a highly motivated postdoc who have had rigorous training in optical spectroscopy study, and experience with femto-second laser is a plus. The postdoc will be actively involved in the exploration of light-matter interaction in 2-dimensional (2D) materials and related heterostructures. We will also exploit 2D materials for novel optoelectronic devices.  The candidate should have (or expect) a Ph.D. degree in Physics or Engineering. The interested candidate can contact me via sufei dot shi at gmail.com. 

2)  Positions for graduate students:

     My research is highly disciplinary and I am looking for highly motivated graduate students majored in Physics or Engineering.  If you would like to explore the exciting novel optoelectronics in quantum materials and nanoscale devices based on 2D materials, please apply to the graduate program  (CBE, EE, or Physics) at RPI and mention my name in the application. You can also contact me for more details.

3)  Positions for undergraduate students:

    I also welcome highly motivated undergraduate to join in my group. I am particularly interested in undergraduate with labview experience or machine shop experience.