Eugenia Kumacheva's Polymers, Interfaces, and Materials Science Group

Positions

A postdoctoral position is available in the area of complex fluids, gels, microfluidics, and cellular and biomolecular research. Please forward your CV and 3 reference letters to Prof. Eugenia Kumacheva by email at ekumache@chem.utoronto.ca.

You will hear back ONLY if your application is strong enough to be considered. Postdocs with financial support (fellowhips) are welcome.

Polymer and Materials Science Ph.D. program requirements: A Ph.D. degree in the Kumacheva group generally takes 4-4.5 years. A M.Sc. degree generally takes 2 years.

Students who start off in the M.Sc. program direct transfer to Ph.D. in their 2-nd year or write a M.Sc. Thesis and then transfer to the Ph.D. program.

Graduate students are generally registered in the Polymers and Materials Science Program, Nanoscience or Interdisciplinary program.