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Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF)
Platform for the Accelerated Realization, Analysis, and Discovery of Interface Materials (PARADIM)


Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Programs
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The 2019 CNF & PARADIM REU PROGRAM

COMING SOON!

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CNF REU Cleanroom Restrictions

CNF REU MUST READ! Lab Manual [PDF]

Things to do in Ithaca! http://www.cnf.cornell.edu/cnf_ithacathings2do.html


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Showing Check In (Cook House), intern housing (Rose House), and Duffield Hall (home of CNF and PARADIM!) Click on the map for a full size version.

 


 

The 2019 CNF & PARADIM REU INTERNS

Ms. Anna Alvarez
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
2019 CNF REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Itai Cohen
REU Project: Light-Activated Micro-Robots Via Photopatterning Liquid Crystal Polymer

Mr. Jacob Baker
(University of Arizona)
2019 CNF REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Guillaume Lambert
REU Project: Studying the Impact of Micro-Confinement on Bacterial Growth and Biofilm Formation

Ms. Caroline Fedele
(University of North Florida)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Nathaniel (Nate) Schreiber
REU Project: Electrical and Structural Characterization of Superconducting Ruthenate Ruddlesden-Popper (RP) Thin Films

Ms. Katie Munechika
(University at Buffalo SUNY)
2019 CNF REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: David Erickson
REU Project: Microfludic Chip Manufacturing for Point of Care Diagnostics 

Mr. Darien Nguyen
(Winthrop University)
2019 CNF REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Alireza Abbaspourrad
REU Project: Developing Microfluid Technologies for Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Mr. Oluchi Onwuvuche
(University of the District of Columbia)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Matthew Baron
REU Project: Growth of LaAlO3/SrTiO3 Superstructures with Conducting Interfaces

Mr. Jonathan Ortiz
(New Mexico State University)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Darrell Schlom
REU Project: Improving the Capabilities of PARADIM’s MBE Hardware

Ms. Priscila Santiesteban
(Coe College)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Nicole Benedek
REU Project: Understanding the structure of IV-VI semiconductors

Mr. Samuel Straney
(College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Albany)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Saien Xie
REU Project: Growing 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide (2D-TMDC) Materials for PARADIM Users

Mr. James Tran
(University of Texas at Dallas)
2019 CNF REU Program
REU Principal Investigator:  James Engstrom
REU Project: Area-Selective Deposition to Enable Single-Digit nm Fabrication

Mr. Jarek Viera
(University of North Georgia)
2019 PARADIM REU Program
REU Principal Investigator: Saien Xie
REU Project: Growing 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide (2D-TMDC) Materials for PARADIM Users
 


 
The Cornell NanoScale Facility has the honor of hosting this year's network-wide National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) REU Convocation, Saturday-Tuesday, August 10-13. Planning is very tentative at the moment, but these dates are set. Keep track of our progress on logistics, which always be updated here!

 

Summer Research Inclusivity Statement
In order to learn, we must be open to the views of people different from ourselves. During the time we share together over the summer, please honor the uniqueness of your fellow researchers, no matter their background, and appreciate the opportunity we have to learn from one another. In our structured and unstructured discussions, we will have many opportunities to explore some challenging, high-stakes issues and increase our understandings of different perspectives. These perspectives are informed by race, ethnicity, national origin, migratory status, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and disability. Our conversations may not always be easy; sometimes we will make mistakes in our speaking and our listening; sometimes we will need patience or courage or imagination or any number of qualities in combination to engage our texts, our colleagues, and our own ideas and experiences. Always we will need respect for others.

Thus, an important aim of our summer program will be for us to acknowledge our own biases by having the difficult conversations that arise around issues of social justice in order to expand and deepen our understanding of multiple perspectives – whatever our backgrounds, experiences, or positions.


"If we knew what we were doing, we wouldn't call it research." Albert Einstein



Ms. Melanie-Claire Mallison
CNF & KEP REU Program Coordinator
CNF KEP PARADIM REU Application Coordinator
Office: 350 Duffield Hall

Mailing Address:
250 Duffield Hall
343 Campus Road
Ithaca NY 14853-2700

Direct: 607-254-4858
CNF Office: 607-255-2329
[email]


Cornell Summer REU Programs Promotional Video

http://www.cornell.edu/video/search.cfm?q=summer+research+internship



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