Join us to innovate the next generation electronic materials

LEGOS is always on the look out for talented and motivated teammates!

We have openings for passionate researchers at all levels.
As a team, we believe that how we do science is just as important as the science we do. Please take a look at our group guidelines for information about our values and scientific practice.

We are building a multidisciplinary team at the intersection of Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Biomedical Engineering, and the Physical Sciences

who are interested in studying the fundamental interactions between electronic materials and the molecular environments they interface with, and pursuing innovative ideas to address challenges in
advanced manufacturing, energy & environment, robotics, and human health.

Graduate Students

Prospective graduate students should apply to the relevant UM Ph.D. or Masters programs. Incoming UM graduate students interested in joining LEGOS are encouraged to contact Albert. We recruit Ph.D. and Masters students annually; the exact projects will vary and should reflect our mutual interests.

Postdoctoral Researchers

Candidates with backgrounds in low-dimensional material synthesis, device fabrication, bio-imaging, additive manufacturing, electrochemistry, bio-electronics are all encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will be provided with the freedom and guidance to initiate new research directions, and be supported to conduct high impact research. Inquire Albert directly with a CV and a brief statement of research interests and background.

Undergrads & Visitors

Undergraduate students looking for research opportunities can also email Albert with their interests and any relevant coursework or research experience. Visiting scholars from all around the world are highly encouraged to join us and carry out thesis or research projects in our group.

Laboratory of Emergent and Galvanically Orchestrated Systems (LEGOS)

NCRC B28-2127W, 2800 Plymouth Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @Albert_T_Liu