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NCN Student Research Symposium 2009
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NCN-SLC holds an NCN Student Research Symposium (NSRS) in Spring/ Summer each year. The purpose is to bring together students from the various research groups working on nanoscience and computational disciplines and provide a forum for sharing of ideas and knowledge.
NCN Student Research...
NCN SLC discussion
This page provides the NCN SLC across nodes with a means to interact and share ideas.
NCN Student Banquet
Each Spring and Fall Purdue NCN students gather for a banquet organized by the NCN@Purdue SLC. This page shall soon be updated with information about the dinner this Spring.
NCN Student Banquet Fall 2008
Topic: Preserving Research Data
Prof. Mark Lundstrom
Prof. Muhammad Alam
Trip to Argonne, Spring 2009
NCN@Purdue SLC is organizing a trip to National Labs in Chicago this Spring. The trip is free for NCN affiliated students at Purdue. If you want to visit, please vote your interest at . This page will be updated with the trip information.
Special Instructions: TBA
Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) is a National Science Foundation supported center that promotes education and research in key nanotechnology applications. The NCN Student Leadership Council (SLC) at Purdue is a student organization which organizes activities for NCN affiliated...
NCN@Purdue student seminar series
The NCN@Purdue student seminar series provides a platform for students to present their research and get feedback from fellow NCN students. This is an excellent opportunity for the presenter to practice and refine a talk for an upcoming conference, as well as improve presentation skills. It is...
Information For New Students
These are some links that new computational nanotechnology students at Purdue might find useful:
* Here is a list of interesting courses on nanotechnology. Also see the resources/courses section on the nanoHUB.
* ECE course suggestions in Microelectronics and Nanotechnology.
* For running...
NCN Student Symposium
More information coming soon.