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, from amongst Cambridge PhD students working in areas closely related to the NanoDTC Research Themes. The Associates receive a conference travel and career development budget (upto £3k) 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.

Brief descriptions of the NanoDTC Associates’ research are below.

If you are a PhD student at the University of Cambridge working on a nano related topic, do look out for our call for applications for new Associates in October every year.