The team welcomes strong candidates at postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate levels. In January every year, we recruit new graduate students who start their program in Fall. Postdoc openings are dependent on potentially positive funding decisions we receive every April and October. You will receive a reply if your background is a fit with our projects.

To apply for a postdoctoral associate position (1. MEMS/microfluidics; 2. computer vision and control systems for micro-nano scale automation).

  1. MEMS/microfluidics: Strong experience in device design, microfabrication, and experimentation with cells; Strong skills in sensor development.
  2. Robotics/Mechatronics: Strong experience in computer vision (real-time image processing) and control systems; Strong software deveopment skills; Strong circuit development skills.

To apply for a graduate student position (1. MEMS/microfluidics; 2. computer vision and control systems for micro-nano scale automation).

  1. MEMS/microfluidics: Experience in device design, microfabrication, and experimentation with cells; Skills in sensor development.
  2. Robotics/Mechatronics: Experience in computer vision (real-time image processing) and control systems; Software deveopment skills; Circuit development skills.

Undergraduate student projects (.pdf file lists project topics)


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Recent Events

AMNL hosted a lab visit by Prof. Vijay Kumar from UPenn. (03/2017)

C.H. Cao won the Chinese Overseas Outstanding Graduate Student Award. H.J. Liu was one of the 2016 winners of the highly competitive award. Congratulations! (02/2017)

AMNL hosted a lab visit by distinguished MIE alumnus, James Peers. (01/2017)

On AMNL's NBA night (Toronto Raptors vs. LA Lakers, Dec. 2), Raptors beat Lakers by over 30 points (113:80). (12/2016)

AMNL's collaboration with Kirchhoff Van-Rob Inc. (a tier one supplier to major automobile manufacturers) officially started in Nov. through an OCE grant. (11/2016)

Y. Sun gave a plenary talk at the 2016 World Robot Conference in Beijing. (10/2016)

L. Wang received a pretigious postdoctoral fellowship from the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research Education Fund. (09/2016)

AMNL won the Best Paper in Robotics Award at IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation (IEEE ICIA'2016) in Ningbo, China. (08/2016)

Y. Sun gave plenary talks at Optofluidics'16 and OCSMNT-MAN'16 in Beijing. (07/2016)

AMNL hosted lab visits by JiuYou Capital from Shanghai and the Consulate General of China in Toronto. (06/2016)

Y. Sun gave a keynote talk at IEEE ICRA'16 in Stockholm, Sweden. (05/2016)

Y. Sun gave an invited seminar in the Institute of FUNSOM at Soochow University. (04/2016)

AMNL welcomes 4 new graduate students and 1 postdoc to join our team. (03/2016)

AMNL hosted a lab tour by an international media group invited by the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure. (02/2016)

AMNL presented three papers at IEEE MEMS'16. (01/2016)

Y. Sun gave an invited seminar at Purdue University. (12/2015)

Y. Sun gave an invited seminar at the University of Wisconin - Madison. (11/2015)

J. Liu received a pretigious Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research Education Fund Award. (10/2015)

C.H. Cao's Nano Letters paper was accepted. (09/2015)

Y. Sun spoke at the 2015 Microsystems & Nanoengineering Summit in Beijing. (08/2015)

Collaborative paper with Prof. Anthony Gramolini's group was accepted by Nature Communications. (07/2015)

Yuan Wei successfully defended his thesis. (06/2015)

AMNL presented papers at IEEE ICRA'15 in Seattle. (05/2015)

Y. Sun gave an invited seminar at UCLA. (04/2015)

Nature Cell Biology paper reports effects of physical force on cell remodeling. (03/2015)

Y. Zheng was awarded a prestigious NSERC postdoctoral fellowship. (02/2015)

AMNL presented papers at IEEE MEMS'15 in Estoril, Portugal. (01/2015)

Y. Sun was elected Fellow of IEEE. (12/2014)

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