Open Opportunities

Software Engineer/Senior Software Engineer

We are seeking applicants for the position of Software Engineer or Senior Software Engineer which entails the use of software development methodology and skills to develop software to meet the needs and requirements of our clients. This position requires the ability to carry out externally funded research in a collaborative team environment.

Please visit to view the complete position announcement and application instructions. The closing date for this position is March 26, 2019.

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Summer Undergraduate Researchers

The Materials and Manufacturing Group is seeking up to 4 undergraduate researchers for this summer. The researchers would work with Dr. Dan Krogstad on one of several projects focusing on the development of new polymer materials including the 3D printing of epoxy nanocomposites, 3D printing of multimaterial actuators, bioinspired polymer composites and corrosion protective coatings. Another position focuses on the development of software to control the 3D printing paths of multiple materials. The positions would be for 40 hours a week for the summer.

Detailed job descriptions can be found here. To apply for these positions, email Dr. Dan Krogstad your CV at

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