WE ARE HIRING!
Openings for PhD Students
The Tubaldi Lab is looking for bright, enthusiastic, and ambitious PhD students to perform research on cutting-edge projects at the interface of nonlinear dynamics, soft materials and fluid-structure interactions for applications in Bioinspired Soft Robotics, Nonlinear Mechanical Metamaterials, and Biomechanics. The successful candidates will become proficient in modelling the complex dynamics of soft materials and advanced mechanical systems, designing experiments, and writing journal papers. They will also acquire exceptional communication skills through presenting their research at international conferences. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Tubaldi with a CV/resume.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduate/Master Students
We have opportunities for Undergraduate and Master Research Projects focusing on complex dynamical systems. The successful candidates will work under the supervision of Dr. Tubaldi and will have access to the Tubaldi Lab equipment. They will develop an original research study based on either numerical or experimental methods. For inquiries, please contact Dr. Tubaldi with a CV/resume.
Research Interests: Soft Robotics, Machine Learning, Solid Mechanics
Joseph C. Messou
Research Interests: Biomedical Imaging, Machine Learning
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Research Interests: Soft Robotics, Metamaterials, Manufacturing
Research Interests: Cardiovascular prosthesis design, manufacturing
Past Group Members
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Arizona
Research Interests: Machine Learning, Digital Image, Signal Processing, and Computer Vision
Graduate Research Assistant in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona
Research interests: Data-Driven Model Discovery using local/small-scale data to develop global PDEs/Dynamical Systems
Samuel Thomas Dunn
Master Student in Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona
Research Interests: In Vivo Devices and Blood Flow Dynamics
Anna Gabriella Agosto, Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Arizona
Dr. Jose Rosado Toro, Post-Doctoral Researcher. Currently: Raytheon Company employee.