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2013 CNSE Summer Internship Program

 CNSE's 2013 summer interns
explain their unmatched
educational opportunities

Meet the 2013 Interns

Forty-five undergraduate students spent the summer doing nanotechnology research at SUNY's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) – including 34 New York natives who reside in eight regions across the state.

The 10-week College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) Summer Internship Program provided unparalleled hands-on education and experience to qualified undergraduate students who wish to pursue careers in the nanotechnology industry and the cutting-edge fields of nanoscale science, nanoscale engineering, nanobioscience and nanoeconomics.

Students worked closely with CNSE’s world-class faculty, staff, post-doctoral researchers and graduate students on innovative research involving CNSE and its industry-leading partner companies located on-site at CNSE’s Albany NanoTech Complex, the most advanced research enterprise at any university in the world.

The 2013 program concluded on August 8 as each intern shared the results of his or her individual work by presenting a research poster.



What is the CNSE internship experience?

While at CNSE, interns have the unique opportunity to participate in projects that integrate state-of-the-art research currently underway at CNSE. At the conclusion of the internship program, students will showcase their research at a poster presentation session, presenting their results to CNSE’s faculty, students, staff and representatives of its global corporate partners.

Past research projects have explored nanoscale-enabled innovations for a variety of technologies, including fuel cells, EUV optics, nanoparticle-stem cell interaction, development of nano-based cancer diagnostics, alternative energy sources, market analysis in nanotechnology products and more.

View the 2013 Summer Internship Concluding Program News Release