GT-IEN 2017 SENIC UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN NANOTECHNOLOGY (SUIN)
A program of SENIC at the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, Georgia Institute of Technology. Explore exciting interdisciplinary opportunities in nanoscale science and engineering at Georgia Tech’s IEN facilities.
TENTATIVE PROGRAM DATES: MAY 30-AUGUST 8, 2017
Note: Georgia Tech students are NOT eligible for the SUIN Program, but they can apply for other internship programs within the NNCI.
10 WEEK PROGRAM
• $5000 Stipend
WIDE RANGE OF RESEARCH
• Chemical & Biological Sensors
Contact: Ms. Leslie O’Neill
2016 SUIN Program
Click on each student’s name to read a synopsis of their time as a SUIN intern. These interviews will be posted monthly during the fall semester.
|Student Intern||Home University||Faculty Mentor||Project|
|Thomas Metke||Vanderbilt University||Todd Sulchek||High-Throughput Cell Separation with Microfluidic Devices|
|Cooper Thome||University of Tennessee||Elsa Reichmanis||Cellulose Nanocrystal Liquid Crystal Templating of Conductive PEDOT:PSS|
|Michael Vander Zwaag||University of Michigan||Kim Kurtis||Making “Greener” Concrete Using Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles|
|John Nance||University of North Carolina||Peter Hesketh||Characterization of NiFe Artificial Cilia|
|Elizabeth Tom||University of Michigan||Michael Filler||Plasmonic-Phononic Hybrid Nanowires: New Materials for Extreme Infrared Light Focusing|
|Yaneira Gonzalez||University of Puerto Rico||Yuanzhi Tang||Effects of Metal Presence on the Structure, Reactivity, and Transformation of Magnesium Oxides|