Openings

R.A. | Postdoc. | Undergrad. trainee | Visiting

What you should know about the PI's mentoring style before deciding to join the group

Juner has proven himself an Ideator with clear visions in the areas of energy storage, applied mechanics, and data-driven methods. He is also a Connector who is able to link his mentees to world-leading collaborators and industrial partners.

Juner thinks how Sherlock Holmes described John Watson precisely applies to himself:

"It may be that you are not yourself luminous, but that you are a conductor of light. Some people (Watson/Juner) without possessing genius have a remarkable power of stimulating it."

Research Assistant (1 openings)

Position 1 in the area of experimental chemo-mechanics. Potential projects: 1) electrode characterization, 2) battery health & safety assessment

Position 2 in the area of computational modeling and machine learning applications. Potential projects: 1) interfacial failure of solid-state batteries, 2) rapid diagnostics of Li-ion batteries

How to apply: please send your CV/resume with a short research statement/plan to Juner (zhujuner@mit.edu)

Postdoctoral Researcher (0 opening as of 07/2022)

Area 1: Experimental electro-chemo-mechanics

Area 2: Data-driven battery reliability analysis

How to apply: Please feel free to inquire by sending your CV with the contact information of two referees to Juner (zhujuner@mit.edu).

Intern & Undergraduate trainee

Juner has very strong connections with automotive, battery, consumer electronics, and technical consulting companies over the globe. He has successful experiences in recommending candidates to tech giants such as Apple and Tesla for summer interns or full-time jobs.

Northeastern undergraduates planning for Co-ops or internships are particularly welcome to reach out for training or advice!

The Annual Review Meetings that Juner will organize for the MIT-NEU Industrial Battery Consortium provide an ideal platform for students to talk to the industry and introduce themselves. Please stay tuned.

Visiting

Visiting scholar/student positions are always open. Please send your CV and a short research plan to Juner (zhujuner@mit.edu).