Are you interested in applying physics to learn more about what happens at the nanoscale and how you can use that to design new devices? The department of Physics and the Center for Nanoscale Science at Penn State hosts a National Science Foundation sponsored REU focused on condensed matter physics, and materials physics, materials engineering, chemistry, electro-optics , 2D materials and quantum physics. Students are matched with an experimental, or computational research lab and mentor based in their interests, and attend weekly professional development exposing them to cutting edge research, professional development skills, graduate school, careers, and outreach activities. 2022 is planned to be in person, though remote projects may still be available.
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