School of Engineering and Computing Sciences News
Nov 18 2013
Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Abroad: NanoJapan IREU

NanoJapan IREU is currently accepting applications for summer 2014. This exciting opportunity is offered by Rice University and the University of Tulsa. Accepted students will receive a $4,500 stipend and international airfare, a 3 week language and cultural orientation course in Tokyo, and an 8 week nanotechnology research internship. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2014.


NanoJapan aims to cultivate a generation of globally competent scientists and engineers through a program that combines a cutting-edge summer research experience in Japan with language study and cultural immersion. Research projects focus on terahertz and/or nanoscale science, particularly electronic, magnetic, and optical phenomena in nanomaterials, nanostructures, and nanodevices. NanoJapan IREU seeks to prepare participants for future graduate studies, and encourages women and studetns under-represented in STEM to apply. 


Visit the NanoJapan website to find out more and apply!

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