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Call for Mini Project proposals

last modified Jun 10, 2018 07:05 PM
The NanoDTC invites Mini Project proposals from Cambridge Academics for its incoming c2018 cohort. Submission deadline is 12th Oct 2018.

The EPSRC CDT in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NanoDTC) is now accepting proposals for short interdisciplinary projects for our incoming 1st year PhD students. Each incoming student completes two 8-week long Mini Projects (Dec-Feb and Feb-April) and a Midi project (3 months, May-Jul), before deciding on what PhD research to pursue. Hosting a student in your group for a Mini project gives you an opportunity to put exciting ideas to test, forge new collaborations or strengthen existing ones, and also interest the students in your research so that they are then more likely to come back for the full PhD project later on. The call for Midi+PhD projects will be announced later in the year, with a deadline in mid-Feb.

More information about NanoDTC Mini and Midi+PhD projects can be found here: http://www.nanodtc.cam.ac.uk/Resources/mini-midi-faq

The deadline for project proposal submissions is Friday 12th October 2018. The application form can be downloaded here:http://www.nanodtc.cam.ac.uk/Resources/NanoDTCMiniProjectsForm )

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