& EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:
STUDENT PROJECTS (CHEM 4710):
research projects cover the following:
synthesis of novel energy related materials
investigation of phase diagrams and structure determination
reaction pathway analysis and reaction mechanisms of inorganic solids
investigation of physical properties such as magnetic and electronic properties
Students interested in carrying out a research project in inorganic / solid
state chemistry should contact Dr. Mario Bieringer.
Research opportunities as undergraduate students during the regular terms, as summer students (consider USRA and other scholarships) or the "Research Project in Chemistry or Biochemistry (CHEM 4710)"
- Attention 3rd and 4th year students: The "Research Project in Chemistry or Biochemistry"
(CHEM 4710) offers an excellent opportunity for in-depth research experience
in the Department of Chemistry.
- M.Sc. projects
- Ph.D. projects
in a graduate student project in inorganic materials chemistry and solid state chemistry should contact Dr.Mario Bieringer.
August 23, 2015