Current Openings

Updated: 08/16/2021

NEW OPENINGS

We currently have openings for three positions.
● We have a position opening for a new Ph.D. student to work in a medical diagnostic project. We are expecting the student to have a strong background in 3D designing and 3D printing (FDM and possibly SLA). The project involves designing complex 3D objects with moving parts.
Self-motivated students with excellent work ethics are encourage to apply. To apply for this position, please send your resume (including degree, skills, and test scores) to my email address. Please make sure to put [Application] in the email subject, and to write a few lines about what you are interested in and what you hope to gain throughout the graduate study
Date: August 15, 2021

● We have a position opening for a new Postdoctoral fellow to work in the medical diagnostic project. We are expecting the candidate to have a strong background in 3D designing and 3D printing (FDM and possibly SLA). The project involves designing complex 3D objects with moving parts.
Self-motivated people with excellent work ethics are encourage to apply. To apply for this position, please send your resume (including degree, skills, and test scores) to my email address. Please make sure to put [Application] in the email subject, and to write a few lines about what you are interested in and what you hope to gain throughout the graduate study
Date: August 15, 2021

● We have a position opening for a new Postdoctoral fellow in biomedical circuits and systems. We are expecting the candidate to have a strong background in analog circuit design, testing, data acquisition.
Self-motivated people with excellent work ethics are encourage to apply. To apply for this position, please send your resume (including degree, skills, and test scores) to my email address. Please make sure to put [Application] in the email subject, and to write a few lines about what you are interested in.
Date: August 15, 2021

POSTDOC, GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Graduate Student: I am recruiting Graduate Students to work with me in the Bioelectronics Laboratory at University of Central Florida. The projects invlove analog circuit design, nano-fabrication, microfluidics, and system design for biomedical sensing. Self-motivated, diligent, and ethical students are encouraged to apply. Candidates with a wide range of education background will be considered, for example Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Material Science, Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Applied Physics and Biophysics, just to name a few. If you are interested in applying for the position, please send your resume (including degree, skills, and test scores) to my email address. Please make sure to put ‘[Application]’ in the email subject, and to write a few lines about what you are interested in and what you hope to gain throughout the graduate study

Undergraduate Student: It’s always pleasure to work with undergraduate students who brings excitement and energy to the lab. I would like to encourage undergraduate students to be a part of our lab’s research and learn skills that will benefit them in their career. The only thing that I ask you is consistency. If you are interested, send me an email and we will talk about possible schedule that will work for you. The starting date is flexible.

CONTACT

Email: brian.kim@ucf.edu
Address: HEC-339/BSBS-450

AFFILIATION
  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • College of Engineering
  • University of Central Florida

JOINT AFFILIATION
  • Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences
  • College of Medicine
  • University of Central Florida