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Georgia Institute of Technology

Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology

Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Nanotechnology 2016

Southeastern Nanotechnology Information Corridor (SENIC)

May 30 – August 5, 2016

 

Deadline for Receipt of Application: February 15, 2016

Personal Information
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Reflective Response Questions
Please describe why you would like to participate in the The Summer Research Experience in Nanotechnology at Georgia Tech’s IEN. This should include why this program stood out to you from other REU sites, and what type of research in nanoscale science and engineering interests you the most and why. (250 word limit)
Please describe your educational and career goals. Although some uncertainty is expected, we would like to know if you are considering (graduate school, medical school, law school, business school, industry, etc.) and in what particular field or concentration. (100 word limit)
Please tell us what prior experiences or circumstances might make you the ideal candidate for a research position within this program. (100 word limit)
Letter of Recommendation
Please have a faculty member who knows your academic and/or research complete a letter of recommendation. List this individual's name, affiliation, and email address here. Your recommender will be emailed a request to submit a letter of recommendation once you have completed your application.
Under the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, I hereby waive my right to inspect the recommendation given by the recommender listed above, with the understanding it will be used only for purposes of summer program selection.

Questions: nancy.healy@ien.gatech.edu

This application is for the SENIC summer undergraduate research program. SENIC is part of the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure – a program sponsored by the National Science Foundation