PhD position NMR of Energy Transport Phenomena

A PhD graduate student position is available applying NMR relaxation, diffusion, imaging (MRI) and velocimetry measurements  of fluorinated gases and liquids to study energy transport and storage in porous media. The research will combine experiment and theory including numerical simulations. This is a fully funded graduate research position on a U.S. National Science Foundation funded project in the MR Lab Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering ( at Montana State University ( Bozeman MT USA. An undergraduate B.S. degree or an M.S. in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or Physics is desirable, however degrees in other disciplines will be considered. Applications require acceptance to the MSU graduate program ( with a start date anytime between August 2015 and August 2016. Contact Dr. Joe Seymour with a current cv, statement of interest and list of references.

Bozeman is an extended community of about 100,000 nestled in the beautiful Gallatin Valley of southwest Montana, 90 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. In addition to providing access to an extraordinary environment for teaching and research programs, Bozeman is renowned for year-round recreational and cultural opportunities including access to world class Rocky Mountain ski areas, three blue-ribbon trout rivers, the Gallatin National Forest with unlimited hiking, biking and camping opportunities, a symphony orchestra and choir and an annual opera.

Joseph D. Seymour, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Affiliate Professor of Physics
Montana State University
Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering
306 Cobleigh Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717-3920
ph. (406) 994 6853