LAMP has an opening for two graduate students starting in Fall 2016. Interested applicants should send their materials to Professor Paul W. Leu at ude.ttip@uelp.
We are currently looking for ambitious graduate students to perform experimental and theoretical studies related to nanostructures. Students must possess a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, or relevant field. The following materials are required for application:
- GRE scores
- 2 letters of recommendation, and
- 100 word statement of interest
TOEFL scores are required for international candidates.
We are looking for an undergraduate student interested in an
Research in Sustainable Engineering project or a Swanson
School of Engineering summer research internship. There
is a stipend of about $3,500 to $4,000 for approximately 12
weeks of full time work during summer 2016. Please
contact Professor Leu if you are interested.
Research group members will benefit from the resources
fostered by the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Simulation and
Supercomputing Center, Mascaro Center for
Sustainable Innovation, Pittsburgh
Quantum Institute, and the Center for
The Petersen Institute of Nano Science and Engineering was ranked second in the nation in 2006 for microscale and nanoscale research by Small Times. It houses state-of-the-art transmission electron microscopy, dual beam FIB, dedicated E-beam lithography, FTIR, SPM, XRD, UV-Vis-IR spectrophotometer and clean-room facilities.
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