Micro-Environment Lab Chips for Disease and Cancer Studies fabricated via Ultrafast-laser combined with Spatial Light Modulators and Lab on Chip Techniques project is part of a 4-year Dual PhD degree programme between the National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan) and the University of Liverpool (England). As part of the NTHU-UoL Dual PhD Award students are in the unique position of being able to gain 2 PhD awards at the end of their degree from two internationally recognised world-leading Universities.
Micro-environment lab chips will be developed via ultrafast laser-material processing combined with spatial light modulator laser beam engineering and micro-electromechanical system/lab on chip techniques for disease and cancer studies. The PhD student will explore ultrafast laser-material processing using spatial light modulators and micro-electromechanical system (MEMS)/lab on chip techniques to develop micro-environment Lab chips for the applications of disease and cancer studies.
The University of Liverpool is recognised for its high-quality teaching and research. The research collaborations extend worldwide and address many of the grand challenges facing mankind today.
The campus of Tsinghua University is situated in northwest Beijing on the site of the former imperial gardens of the Qing Dynasty, and surrounded by a number of historical sites.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
Engineering and Planning
Disease and Cancer Studies
25 - 35, 36 - 60
More than year
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