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Undergraduate Researcher Positions

You are invited to apply for two undergraduate student researcher positions under the approved 2022-23 WiSys Spark Grant, titled “INVESTIGATING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SKYRMIONS AND MAGNONS IN INSULATING MAGNETS.” Prior research experience or knowledge of the subject are not required.  

You will receive up to a total of $3,240 paid by the hour ($15 per hour) spread out in the 2023 – 2024 academic year and 2024 summer depending on your schedule. There will be 10 weeks (flexible) of active research period during the 2024 summer, when our team will meet every week day for 4 hours on campus. You will receive training through close collaborations with Dr. Kim, the Primary Investigator of the grant. While any prior subject knowledge is not required, you will need to be open to new ideas and methods that will be discussed during our meetings. You will have opportunities to participate in conference presentation(s) and, if successful, writing academic papers/patent. 

One of the recipients of 2021-22 WiSys Spark Grant participated in the WiSys Quick Pitch competition (2021), the Parkside Student Showcase at UW-Parkside (2022), the Research in the Rotunda (Madison WI, 2022), the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR, online 2022 & at UW- Eau Claire 2023). The student secured a doctoral graduate student position at the University of South Florida, Tempa, during the NCUR national conference at UW-Eau Clare, March 2023.   

If you are interested in, please apply by writing an email to Dr. Kim,