We have one open PostDoc position in the area of electrohydrodynamic 3d printing of dense colloidal inks and related transport phenomena. The candidate should have earned a Ph.D. degree from an internationally recognised institution, typically in one of the following areas: materials science, chemistry, mechanical/ chemical engineering, focusing on surfaces and interfaces and printing methodologies. Optimally, candidates with extensive knowledge of micro/ nanoscale fabrication and electrodynamic flows are sought. The starting date is Fall 2017. Interested candidates should send Prof. D. Poulikakos via e-mail a cover letter, their CV, and the contact information of three references.