A Research Program for Undergraduates (REU) 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. PROGRAM DATES: JUNE 3-AUGUST 13, 2019 Applications accepted now through Feb. 16, 2019 More information and link to the application.
Faculty and students from five different Georgia Tech schools were awarded facility seed grants, providing 6 months of free access to IEN and MCF facilities. See the announcement and list of winners here.
The IEN Core Facilities Seed Grant Program is now open for proposal submission. Awardees will receive 6 months of free facility and tool access for a graduate student. This program is open to any academic user from the southeast US. The 2-page proposals are due October 1 for 6-months of facility/tool access starting December 1. […]