Purdue-Jinan University Joint Research Positions Available
   
     
     

 

Purdue-Jinan University Joint Research Positions Available
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Purdue-Jinan University Joint Research Positions Available

 

The combination of innovative photonic technology and biomedical science has become the major focus and emerging frontier of the research of the 21st century. The bio-imaging lab of Prof. Meng Cui at Purdue University and the nanophotonics lab of Prof. Xiangping Li at Jinan University are developing enabling photonic tools for better understanding complex biological systems and applying these tools to address key biological questions. The bio-imaging group at Purdue is pioneering at the interface of photonics, computational image processing and biology. The team at Jinan University is working on emerging nanophotonic techniques including plamonics and superresolution. The niche fusion of the strengths of the two groups enables joint efforts to further advance powerful bio-photonic tools and reveal remarkable insights in biological systems.

 

We have the following joint positions available

1.Postodoctors

1)Salary: 200k~400k RMB per ann. + Performance based incentives

2)One and half years research work at Jinan University, one and half years research work at Purdue University

3)Candidates with background in physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, bioengineering, optical engineering are preferred

 

2.Graduate students

1)CSC scholarship support during oversea study + Performance based incentives

2)One and half years research work at Jinan University, one and half years research work at Purdue University

 

To provide a flavor of our research, we list a few of our recent publications here.

1.Park, Jung-Hoon, Lingjie Kong, Yifeng Zhou, and Meng Cui. "Large-field-of-view imaging by multi-pupil adaptive optics." Nature Methods 14, no. 6 (2017): 581-583.

 

2.Kong, Lingjie, Jianyong Tang, Justin P. Little, Yang Yu, Tim Lämmermann, Charles P. Lin, Ronald N. Germain, and Meng Cui. "Continuous volumetric imaging via an optical phase-locked ultrasound lens." Nature methods 12, no. 8 (2015): 759-762. Highlighted by Nature Photonics 9, 553 (2015)

 

3.Park, Jung-Hoon, Wei Sun, and Meng Cui. "High-resolution in vivo imaging of mouse brain through the intact skull." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112, no. 30 (2015): 9236-9241.

 

4.Tang, Jianyong, Ronald N. Germain, and Meng Cui. "Superpenetration optical microscopy by iterative multiphoton adaptive compensation technique." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109, no. 22 (2012): 8434-8439. Highlighted by Nature Methods 9, 642 (2012)

 

5.Si, Ke, Reto Fiolka, and Meng Cui. "Fluorescence imaging beyond the ballistic regime by ultrasound-pulse-guided digital phase conjugation." Nature photonics 6.10 (2012): 657-661.

 

6.Haoran Ren, Xiangping Li, Qiming Zhang and Min Gu. “On-chip noninterference angular momentum multiplexing of broadband light.” Science 352 (2016): 805-809

 

7.Xiangping Li, Haoran Ren, Xi Chen, Juan Liu, Qin Li, Chengmingyue Li, Gaolei Xue, Jia Jia, Liangcai Cao, Amit Sahu, Bin Hu, Yongtian Wang, Guofan Jin, Min Gu. “Athermally photoreduced graphene oxides for three-dimensional holographic images.” Nature Communications 6 (2015): 6984.

 

 

To enquire about the positions available and the ongoing project, please directly contact Prof. Meng Cui (mengcui@purdue.edu) or Prof. Xiangping Li (xiangpingli@jnu.edu.cn) with your CV and intended position.

 

Meng Cui.

Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Biological Sciences

Purdue University

 

Xiangping Li.

Professor and Research leader of Nanophotonic Device Group

Institute of Photonics Technology

Jinan University, Guangzhou, P.R.China

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