2020 PhD students recruitment in Jr-Hau He's lab at CityU HK
PhD positions in Prof. Jr-Hau He's lab at Department of Materials Science and Engineering, City University of Hong Kong (CityU). We are looking for talented, highly motivated, and hardworking PhD students with interest in exploring cutting-edge research in one of below areas:
1. Photoelectrochemical hydrogen generation and CO2 reduction
2. Memristor Synapses for Neuromorphic Computing
The qualified applicants are expected to have a strong quantitative basis, a solid publication record on the subject, and capacity for team work.
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS):
PhD programme of MSE:
Information regarding applications can be found on the homepage of the Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies (http://www.sgs.cityu.edu.hk/prospective/apply/procedures).
CityU admits graduate students centrally through the school of graduate studies and the admission is highly based on the GPA and publication records of the applicants.
For interested applicants please submit your application to HKPFS and CityU HK. And then send a cover letter, CV with a complete list of publications, and contact information of three references to Prof. Jr-Hau (J.H.) He at firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Support for Graduate Students:
CityU studentships offer a stipend of ~ $HK 17,000 per month, 12 months per year, to all successful candidates. Good academic performance can qualify for the additional tuition scholarship and travel fund to attend international conferences.
About Department of Materials Science and Engineering, CityU HK:
Being the first of its kinds in Hong Kong, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering is established to develop internationally competitive and leading-edge research and provide a professional education curriculum that equips graduates to contribute to Hong Kong, the Greater China, and the whole world in materials science and engineering and related sectors.
The Department serves as a collaboration platform for developing cross-disciplinary academic programmes and interdisciplinary research projects with other academic units in the University. Further, it aspires to become one of the world-leading departments in research and professional education with a focus on four targeted areas, namely -
2. Computational materials science
3. Functional materials
4. Structural materials
The Department also serves as an international collaboration platform to encourage the collaboration among the leading institutes in the whole world and to enhance our global research reputation. https://www.cityu.edu.hk/pg/hong-kong-phd-fellowship-scheme