FW: NNIN International Winter School for Graduate Students in INDIA

Yoshio Nishi nishiy at stanford.edu
Fri Sep 11 12:55:58 PDT 2009


All,

In case you are interested in applying for this opportunity.

Yoshio Nishi

 

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From: everyone-l-owner at lists.cnf.cornell.edu
[mailto:everyone-l-owner at lists.cnf.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Lynn Rathbun
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 12:48 PM
To: everyone-l at lists.cnf.cornell.edu
Subject: Fwd: NNIN International Winter School for Graduate Students in
INDIA

 

CNF users and PIs

Just a reminder about the NNIN International Winter School in
Nanoelectronics. Please contact me immediately if you wish to apply.  This
will be both a great intellectual experience and an exciting international
adventure.





Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 10:37:04 -0400
To: everyone-l at lists.cnf.cornell.edu, staff
From: Lynn Rathbun <rathbun at cnf.cornell.edu>
Subject: NNIN International Winter School for Graduate Students in INDIA

CNF PIs and Users

Once again, NNIN will conduct an International Winter School for Graduate
Students, this year in Mumbai at  IIT-Bombay,  Nov 30-Dec 13, 2009. Travel
will begin on Friday Nov. 27.  This year's topic will be Nanoelectronics.
This follows last years inaugural offering on Organic Electronics and
Optoelectronics held at IIT-Kanpur.

The School will consist on an intense technical course on Nanoelectronics at
the graduate level--a one semester course taught over an intense 6 days. The
course will be taught by leading faculty from US and Indian institutions.
Approximately 10 outstanding graduate students from across the US will be
chosen to participate. They will be joined by 50 or more students and
faculty from India.

After the technical course, the US and Indian participants will participate
in a field experience for 4 or 5 days in an Indian village, working with a
local NGO.

We encourage applications from serious, adventurous, advanced graduate
students with an interest in Nanoelectronics, in the international aspects
of scientific research, and in the impact of science and technology on the
3d world.

Participants DO NOT have to be from NNIN institutions and DO NOT have to be
NNIN users. We encourage all outstanding graduate students ( US citizens and
permanent residents only) to apply. Travel expenses will be paid by NNIN.

Application information is available at
http://www.nnin.org/nnin_iwsg_2009.html .

The application deadline is September 14, 2009.

For questions, please contact Rathbun at cnf.cornell.edu.

Lynn Rathbun
NNIN Program Manager

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Dr. Lynn Rathbun
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Dr. Lynn Rathbun
Rathbun at cnf.cornell.edu
NNIN  Program Manager                     (607)-254-4872
CNF Laboratory Manager                                      
Duffield Hall                                                (607)-255-8601
Fax
Cornell University                                       (607)-592-1549 Work
Cell
Ithaca, New York 14853                      (607)-342-1880 Personal Cell





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