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2014 CNSE Summer Internship Program


The SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) Summer Internship Program provides 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 work 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 2014 class of 58 students included both undergraduates and high school students, a majority of whom reside in New York State.

View the 2014 CNSE Summer Internship Participants

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.

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Summer Interns Share
Cutting-Edge Nanoscience-
Based Research (8/8/14)

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.

Further Information:

Questions concerning the CNSE Summer Internship Program may be directed to Diana Dumesnil, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Student Recruitment and Public Outreach; Director, Summer Internship Program at ddumesnil@sunycnse.com. We ask that you provide your name and a clear phone number or e-mail address where a response will reach you.