Attention postdocs: start your career with a Gilbreth Fellowship!
Named after groundbreaking industrial engineer Dr. Lillian Gilbreth, this two-year program is designed to attract recent PhD graduates who conduct interdisciplinary research that moves the world forward. Mechanical Engineers are well represented, as the last two recipients have worked on ME projects.
Deadline to apply for the 2022 cohort is October 31, 2021.
Learn more about the Gilbreth Fellowships, and browse through these projects led by Purdue ME professors:
Adaptive and Multimodal Transparency for Real-Time Collaborative Human-Machine Interactions (Neera Jain)
Dynamic Large-Eddy Simulation of Hypersonic Turbulence under High-Enthalpy Flow Conditions with New High Mach Capabilities (Carlo Scalo)
Electrohydrodynamics of drops: tips, singularities, and new frontiers in emulsions in engineering, medicine and materials science (Ivan Christov)
Interfacial ferrofluid dynamics: Towards controllable behavior of active and responsive fluids (Ivan Christov)
Integrated, Scalable Design Prototyping Process to Improve the Specific Power Efficiency of Radars (Justin Weibel)
Digital Twin Driven Additive Manufacturing: An enabling tool for accelerated deployment of additive manufacturing to industrial applications (Yung Shin)
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Enabled Rapid Nanoscale 3D Printing (Xianfan Xu / Guang Lin)