'''Network for Computational Nanotechnology''' ([http://www.ncn.purdue.edu/home/ NCN]) is a National Science Foundation (NSF) gateway and research network with a mission to enable education and research in nanoscience for nanotechnology applications. NCN currently focuses on nanoelectronics, nanoelectromechanics, nanophotonics, and nanodevices for biology and medicine - as well as other key areas.

This page is maintained by NCN@Purdue Student Leadership Council (SLC)([http://www.ncn.purdue.edu/about/slc/ SLC]). SLC is the team that organizes activities for NCN affiliated students.

== Announcements ==

__'''Biweekly Student Seminar (Mar 13, 2009)'''__: "Magnetic phase transitions driven by non-equilibrium spins" by Lutfe Siddiqui (Advisor: Prof. Datta)

__'''Upcoming trip to [http://www.anl.gov/ Argonne National Lab], Chicago'''__: The NCN@Purdue SLC is organizing a tour of Argonne National Laboratory in Spring 2009. The tour is free for NCN students. '''Please let us know of your interest in the trip by visiting this [http://doodle.com/upwedkf6m9z8b7m9 link].'''

__'''NCN Student Dinner, Spring 2009'''__: More on this soon!

__'''NCN Student Research Symposium (NSRS) 2009'''__: This year the annual student research symposium shall be held in conjunction with the annual NCN all hands review in Summer. More on this soon!

== Resources ==

[topics/NCNPurdueStudents/InfoForNewStudents Information for new students]