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NanoDTC Associates Programme

last modified Sep 26, 2018 04:02 PM
We are now accepting applications from current PhD students in Cambridge to become affiliated to the NanoDTC. Deadline 25th Oct.

The NanoDTC Associates programme is designed to widen the network of the NanoDTC amongst other research groups in Cambridge. Associates are chosen via a competition held at the start of every academic year. The Associates receive a travel grant of up to £3000 from the NanoDTC  and an opportunity to participate in a number of events organised by the NanoDTC. They contribute to the NanoDTC in various ways, including organising informal talks, journal clubs, lab tours and any other way they can think of contributing to the NanoDTC community.

If you are a Cambridge PhD student working in any areas closely related to the NanoDTC Research Themes with more than one year to go before submitting your thesis,  you are eligible to apply for the NanoDTC associates programme.

Please send your completed application form to team@nanodtc.cam.ac.uk. The deadline for submitting completed forms is 12 noon on Thursday 25th Oct 2018.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to give a 2-min talk about their work to the NanoDTC community on the afternoon of 23rd November.

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