Nanomaterials for Clean Energy Conversion

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Sponsoring College, Department, School or Center: 
Electron Microscopy for Energy and the Environment Research Group
Faculty Name: 
Peter Crozier
Preferred Skills or Majors: 

Chemical Engineering
Materials Science

Closing Date: 
January 10, 2019
Location or Campus: 
Hours Per Week: 

Desired Academic Year: 
Project Description: 

PhD student Joshua Vincent works in Dr. Peter Crozier's group and is looking for an undergraduate student interested in research based around nanomaterials for clean energy conversion. The position will be paid, and applicants are expected to work on the project 10 hours a week.

Responsibilities for this project include lab work synthesizing nanomaterials, attending weekly group meetings, and presenting powerpoints on research progress every few weeks. Sophomore (or higher) students from chemical engineering or materials science backgrounds are desired.

There also a separate position available for junior or senior chemical engineering students, which involves computer modeling of a chemical reactor.

Application Instructions and Contact Info: 

Please email your statement of interest to the coordinating graduate student, Joshua Vincent, at