Eugenia Kumacheva's Polymers, Interfaces, and Materials Science Group


A postdoctoral position is available in the area of complex fluids, gels, microfluidics, and cellular and biomolecular research. Please forward your CV and 3 reference letters to Prof. Eugenia Kumacheva by email at

You will hear back ONLY if your application is strong enough to be considered. Postdocs with financial support (fellowhips) are welcome.

Polymer and Materials Science Ph.D. program requirements: A Ph.D. degree in the Kumacheva group generally takes 4-4.5 years. A M.Sc. degree generally takes 2 years.

Students who start off in the M.Sc. program direct transfer to Ph.D. in their 2-nd year or write a M.Sc. Thesis and then transfer to the Ph.D. program.

Graduate students are generally registered in the Polymers and Materials Science Program, Nanoscience or Interdisciplinary program.