The Line Lab welcomes new member Christina Hart. Christina joined us as a undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering. Welcome on board!
The Ling Lab welcomes Md Elius! Elius joined us as a master student in Mechanical Engineering. Welcome on board!
A new paper was published in Applied Optics entitled: “Improving axial localization of weak phase particles in digital in-line holography”. This work is supported by Office of Naval Research.
The Ling Lab has two M.S. or Ph.D. positions available starting Fall 2021. This position is to conduct an experimental investigation of interactions between super-hydrophobic surface, turbulent flow, and marine microorganisms. The research will closely collaborate with material scientists and biologists, and aims to develop novel surfaces for applications in Ocean Engineering and Marine Transportation. The ideal candidate is expected to have a strong background in fluid mechanics and optical measurement technology. Experience in CAD drawing, Particle Imaging Velocimetry (PIV), and image analysis are preferred. Applicants with a master’s degree are preferable.
Interested individuals should send the following documents as one PDF file to Prof. Hangjian Ling at firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 15, 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until filled.
- 1-page cover letter summarizing research experience and interests;
- A detailed CV (including GPA and publications);
- TOEFL (for international applicant) and GRE scores;
- Copy of undergraduate and graduate transcripts;
- Name and contact information of three references.
Our group received an award from National Science Foundation (NSF) for a three-year project: “Mechanism of gas depletion on super-hydrophobic surfaces in turbulent flows“. This is our first external grant. Congratulations!
Congratulations Nick on winning a small research grant from the Office of Undergraduate Research at UMassD! This grant will support Nick to conduct research in Ling Lab in Fall 2020.
The Ling Lab welcomes new members Nicholas Paternostro! Nick is currently a senior undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering. Welcome on board!
Congratulations Aleks and Max on winning grants from the Office of Undergraduate Research at UMass Dartmouth. This small grant will support Aleks and Max to conduct research in Ling Lab for Spring 2020.