The purpose of the NanoFab Fellow Program is to provide Graduate Student Researchers with the ability to become technical experts in utilizing real-world nanofabrication processing tools to strengthen their career marketability. Students also serve as ASRC ambassadors for their respective campus and research groups, transferring knowledge and techniques to their home institutions.
Applicants are required to submit:
- Letter of Recommendation from their research advisor
- Personal Statement, addressing why you are interested in this fellowship, how it will help your career goals and what makes you a good candidate
Applications are being accepted until Friday September 23rd. Four positions will be filled to begin October 1st, 2016. Candidates will be notified of selections by September 28. Contact Dr. Jacob Trevino with any questions regarding the fellowship program (Jacob.Trevino@asrc.cuny.edu).
CREST IDEALS NanoFab Fellows
Two of the four positions will be IDEALS NanoFab Fellows, as part of the NSF funded CREST Center for Interface Design and Engineered Assembly of Low-dimensional Systems (IDEALS). For IDEALS NanoFab Fellows, candidates must be working with an IDEALS faculty member or be working on an IDEALS related research project.