Prospective Group Members
We have postdoctoral position available in our group. We are looking for someone to lead to our efforts to functionalize detector surfaces for thermodynamic measurements of nuclear reaction products. This person will also assume day-to-day responsibility for the AGGIE gas-filled separator. You can find more information and apply using the link above.
We have projects available for graduate theses in the areas of nuclear forensics, nuclear reactions, heavy element decay properties, and the chemical properties of the transactinides. If you are a current graduate student in chemistry, physics, or nuclear engineering then contact Prof. Folden to arrange an appointment to discuss your interests and how they fit into our research program.
Prospective Graduate Students
If you will become a graduate student in the near year and are interested in our research, then feel free to contact Prof. Folden as well. However, you will still need to apply to one of the academic departments, and more information can be found at these links:
- Chemistry: chem.tamu.edu/graduate
- Nuclear Engineering: Ph.D., M.S., and M.Eng. Degrees
- Physics: physics.tamu.edu/academics/prospective-graduates
Unfortunately, we are not able to accept graduate students into our program based on email inquiries.
If you are an undergraduate student interested in working with us, then please contact Prof. Folden and arrange an appointment to discuss your interests and how this fits into our research program. Even if you only have a few hours available per week, we can work with your schedule, but you must be committed to the project. To join our group, undergraduate students should have completed at least two years of a major in physical science, engineering, or a related field, and be at least a third-year student. Undergraduate students are not paid, but we can work with you to help you earn credit for your work.