This is a list of research projects that may have opportunities for undergraduate students. You can browse all the projects, or view only projects in the following categories:
nanoHUB Research in Nanoscale Science and Engineering
|Research categories:||Computational/Mathematical, Computer Engineering and Computer Science, Electronics, Material Science and Engineering, Nanotechnology, Other|
|Preferred major(s):||Electrical, Computer, Materials, or Mechanical Engineering; Physics; Computer Science|
|Desired experience:||Serious interest in and enjoyment of programming, programming skills in any language, physics coursework.|
|Number of positions:||15-20|
Join the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) team and help build the growing set of resources being used in all Top 50 Colleges of Engineering (US News & World Report rankings) and by over 300,000 annual users in 172 countries. nanoHUB provides over 340 simulation tools that users run from a web browser in a scientific computing cloud. You will work with one of the NCN collaborative investigators, such as Professors Gerhard Klimeck, Ale Strachan, or Peter Bermel.
SURF students learn the Rappture (www.rappture.org) toolkit that makes it quick and easy to develop powerful, interactive, web-based applications. These skills are utilized by working with nanotechnologists to put their applications and supporting information on https://nanoHUB.org. As part of our team, you will be engaged in the National Science Foundation-funded effort that is connecting theory, experiment and computation in a way that makes a difference for the future of nanotechnology and the future of scientific communities. Other undergraduate researchers before you have each been able to literally impact thousands of nanoHUB users (for an example, see https://nanohub.org/resources/crystal_viewer); join their legacy and create something that will build your own skills and will help others.