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Center for Nanomaterials Research at Dartmouth, REU

Primary Institution: Center for Nanomaterials Research at Dartmouth
Affiliation: Dartmouth College
City: Hanover
State: NH
Job Duration: 9 weeks
Class Requirement: Completed Freshman Year
Position Type: Research
Discipline(s): Atomic/Molecular/Optical Physics
Condensed Matter: Structure and Mechanical/Thermal Properties
Condensed Matter: Electronic Structure and Electromagnetic/Optical Properties
Elementary Particles and Fields
Medical Physics
Mechanical Engineering
Other Engineering
Description: With the support of the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates program and the Department of Defense Awards to Stimulate and Support Undergraduate Research Education program, we offer an nine-week summer program in nanomaterials and nanotechnology research in the beautiful environs of a New England college town. Participants work on projects at the forefront of nanomaterials and nanotechnology research. Professors work closely with the undergraduate students to help them accomplish their research goals, to learn how to communicate their results orally and in writing, and to help them develop as responsible scholars. Weekly group discussion sessions and field trips to laboratories, where students view materials research in the "real world," are all a part of the summer experience.
Stipend: $4050
Benefits: Housing
Travel Reimbursement
Lab Supply Budget
Application Deadline: 03/13/2009
Job Website:
Additional Information: Through the program, undergraduates work for nine weeks with faculty in state-of-the-art facilities on independent research projects in nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Weekly discussion sessions and trips to regional research labs are included.  Participants receive a stipend of $4,050 and on-campus housing is provided.  In addition, participants are reimbursed for up to $700 for travel from their home institution to attend the program.  The program concludes with a public poster session where the students present their research.  When not in the lab, the Connecticut River area offers a large variety of activities; from hiking, canoeing and biking to world-class performances at the Hopkins Center.  Access to college athletic facilities and the nine campus libraries are provided to the program participants.

Research/Internship Opportunity Contact Information

Primary Contact: CNR@D
Thayer School of Engineering
8000 Cummings Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-2352
Fax: 603-646-3856
Secondary Contact: Tracy Rounds
Thayer School of Engineering
8000 Cummings Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-2352
Fax: 603-646-3856
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