The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

REU - What You Do

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During the summer, students will participate in cutting-edge research in the field of nanotechnology. The primary focus of each project lies within the framework of our three intellectual foci in nanotechnology-related research in Materials Science: fabrication of advanced nanostructural materials (e.g., nanostructured solid polymer, nanoparticles, nanotubular mats) for applications in a wide-range of areas (e.g., energy generation and storage, biomedicine and nuclear radiation control) and for developing structure-property relationships through characterization and computational modeling. Details of project available in summer 2017 can be found under the Projects section.

You will receive training on general research skills about:

In addition, participants will have opportunities to:

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