We currently do not have any funded postdoctoral positions.
PhD student positions
Scholarship in the SUTD-NUS PhD program – I have one available slot for the coming Jan 2021 intake. Project is about therapeutic and bioimaging using NanoEL concepts to escape the endothelium. (15th Aug 2020 updated)
Scholarship in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering – I do not have any available slot for the coming Aug 2020 intake and Jan 2021 intake. Do check back in this space. (13th July 2020 updated)
NUS Graduate School of Integrative Sciences and Engineering (NGS) – I do have three available slots for the coming Aug 2020 and Jan 2021 intakes for several projects. Nanoparticles can play important roles in biological systems. This is a fully funded PhD scholarship position (with attractive stipend) to work on either 2D nanomaterials bionanotechnology (Ding et al. Nature Comms 2018) or the NanoEL effect (Peng et al. Nature Nanotechnology 2019; Setyawati et al. Nature Comms, 4, 1673, 2013). Interested students should either have a bachelors or Masters in the relevant sciences (biology, chemistry and physics) or engineering (biomedical and chemical). Candidates with a good track record in publishing in relevant areas will be preferred. You may need to do the relevant postgraduate degree admission tests. As I am a NGS supervisor, please first send your CV to David Leong (firstname.lastname@example.org).Please click on the above NGS link to find out more about this highly prestigious program.
Singapore International Graduate Award (SINGA) Scholarship – The Singapore International Graduate Award (SINGA) is a collaboration between the Agency for Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR), the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). This is an attractive award. As I am a SINGA supervisor, please first send your CV to David Leong (email@example.com).Please click on the above SINGA link to find out more about this excellent program.
All interested SELF-FUNDED potential PhD students are welcomed to apply. Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and state in your email subject that you are self-funded.
Short term (at least 6 months) self-funded attachments
We are always interested to have exchange faculty members, postdocs or PhD level or Masters level students for short term attachments of at least 6 months to work with us on nice projects and co-publish our collaborative work. We are regretful that we do not however have funding to pay any living expenses and other associated costs. Chinese colleagues for example, can consider applying to CSC or your state government or industries for funding. We regularly have sabbatical professors and visiting professors attached to the lab.