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Design and development of hand held device for cancer detection

Design and development of hand held device for cancer detection

This is an opportunity to work with Mayo clinic to design and develop a hand held device for breast cancer margin detection. The position requires a strong math and physics background with focus on wave propagation in material. Knowledge of labview and matlab is necessary. You will work with instrumentations and sensors to develop this device. Innovation and creativity is part of the project. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Leila Ladani, director of the MAGIC center ( More information at

Additive manufacturing of metals and metallic composites.

Learn about additive manufacturing of metals in Manufacturing Innovation Center (MAGIC). The center focuses on experimental and computational modeling of Additive Manufacturing processes. Learn from the experienced faculty and expand your opportunities for future careers in manufacturing. For more information, contact Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcomed. More information at

Strong background in physics and understanding of wave propagation in materials, instrumentation, matlab.


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