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Provost Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (PPFP)
The PPFP will launch in the spring of 2018 and will provide funding for up to 10 provost Fellows. Funding includes two years of salary support (including health insurance and fringe benefits) plus a small grants award (up to $20,000) for training related expenses: Provost Postdoctoral Fellowships
You can do it through: Scientific Computing; Maglab; Engineering.

Postdoctoral Researchers
If you are interested in a postdoctoral position, please send your CV and 3 letters of recomendation requested on your behalf to Prof. Mendoza-Cortes ( Candidates with training background in computational engineering, theoretical chemistry, solid state physics, computer science, energy materials are encouraged to apply.

Graduate Students
Undergraduate students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. or Masters in Chemical Engineering, chemistry, Physics, Scientific Computing, Mathematics or Material Science&Engineering should first apply directly to the Department Graduate Program in FSU (admissions) or FAMU (admissions). Make sure to mention your interest in the Mendoza-Cortes group in your personal statement.

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Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students interested in Honors Research, Research Projects or Directed Individual Study should email Professor Mendoza-Cortes a brief statement of goals and interests, an unofficial transcript, and an updated resume or CV. Prior to joining the group and beginning research, undergraduate students are encouraged to have passed advanced math and some programming experience. Students are expected to make a multi-semester (2-5) commitment to their research projects with the goal of publishing original research results.
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