Center for Composite Materials - University of Delaware


Exciting Opportunities

The University of Delaware Center for Composite Materials (UD-CCM) is an internationally recognized center of excellence for interdisciplinary research, education, and technology transfer providing world-class research to both industry and government sponsors.

Program Manager, Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC)
We are seeking a Program Manager for overseeing the operations, monitoring research progress, coordinating technical writing for publications and conferences, supporting outreach and marketing efforts, and providing administrative assistance for the DOE-funded Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC): “AIM for Composites” program.

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Laboratory Coordinator I
The Lab Coordinator I is a specialized research position that works closely with faculty, research staff, and students (graduate, undergraduate) to support, facilitate and coordinate operational activities, and performs a variety of complex technical laboratory duties. The principal emphasis is on working independently in support of composite materials research activities and establishing and implementing operating procedures.

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Postdoctoral Researcher
We are seeking postdoctoral researchers for several research programs to join our diverse interdisciplinary research center.
See our Postdoctoral Researcher page for details and how to apply.

Opportunities for Research and Collaboration
CCM offers a variety of opportunities for partnering and collaboration, including membership in the Industry-University Consortium; consulting with faculty and research staff; undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral research positions; facilities sharing and exchanges; undergraduate and international internships; and workshops and symposia.

Student Research
Students at all levels are active participants on interdisciplinary CCM research teams.  In addition to a solid grounding in the fundamentals of composites, students are exposed to practical insight into the solution of real-world engineering problems.  They also have the opportunity to interact with international students, faculty, and researchers from industry, government agencies, and other universities in the United States and abroad.

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Internships & Co-Op
Graduate Programs
Industrial Partner Employment

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