Undergraduate Research Assistants
We are always looking for undergraduate students who are interested apply computational models to understand complex biological systems. Students should have a strong grasp of scientific computing in any programming language (Matlab, R, C/C++, Fortran, Java, Python etc...). Students in any discipline of science or engineering are welcome. If interested, contact me directly by email: (munsky at engr dot colostate dot edu).
Graduate Research Assistants
Students wishing to pursue graduate study in the integration of computational analyses with single-cell experiments are encouraged to apply to the CSU PhD programs in Chemical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering. Graduate students in the Munsky group will build expertise in dynamical systems and control theory; probability and statistics; and high performance scientific computing for ordinary, partial and stochastic differential equations; and optimization and machine learning approaches. Although most of our research focuses to develop new computational tools or models, all PhD students in the Munsky group will learn to collaborate directly and effectively with experimentalists at CSU and beyond.For information about the graduate program in Biomedical Engineering, please see the following link: (SBME Program). For information about the graduate program in Chemical Engineering, please see the following links: (CBE Program and CBE Admissions). The Munsky group particularly values strong computational skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and an ability to think creatively and critically. When applying, please address these skills in your cover letter.Prior to acceptance into the lab, prospective students will be asked to create and share a simple GitHub repository with me in order to demonstrate their skills for organization and computing.