Newest Rowland Junior Fellows

Two new Junior Fellows joined us at Rowland this fall.

The Junior Fellows are selected from a pool of applicants each year. Scientists in physics, chemistry, biology, engineering and related fields are encouraged to apply. The fellows are supported by the Institute for five years.

Chris Richards launched the Propulsion Physiology Lab to explore the physiology of “swimming machines,” with frog mechanics as a model. Among his group’s activities is to design a robotic frog (“frobotics”.)

Yuki Sato leads the Applied Superfluidity Group, focusing on novel superfluid matter interferometry devices.

Both the Richards and Sato labs offer employment opportunities.

Rowland is accepting applications for new Junior Fellows through November 30, 2009. A FAQ is available.

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