Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University
The Nanotechnology Center at Wake Forest manages three exchange and internship opportunities. Prof. Carroll (email@example.com) is the contact for these programs.
Nanotech Student Exchange: for WFU students (undergraduate and graduate students). This allows for students to visit collaborating laboratories in the U.S., Ireland, Germany, and Austria.
Nanotech Fellowship: for students that wish to visit and work at the Nanotech Center for a specified time. Typically, the Nanotech Fellows program welcomes undergraduate or graduate students from abroad or from laboratories throughout the U.S.
Nanotech Summer Interns: for local high school students wanting to gain experience in the technology fields before going to college. In some cases local college students wanting to gain experience in the lab during their summer break have been accepted in this program as well. (Interns in the Forest Program)
Nanotech Colloquia Series
The Nanotechnology Center also sponsors a series of talks held roughly monthly. These talks are announced on the Physics web page as well as through the Nanotech News Letter. They are typically held in Olin or the Nanotech Center.
WFU Physics Colloquia Series
The Physics Colloquium is held thursdays at 3:30 pm in Olin.
Regional Colloquia Series
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