Hi everyone. . . I'll be finishing my M.Tech in Nanoscience and nanotechnology by april. . . I'm interested in pursuing a Ph.D. Please let me know the availabilities of a Ph.d position anywhere. . . preferably in the field of synthesis and characterisation and in drug delievery. . . i also want to know from were i took my last sem intern training...
plzz help in finding a suitable training and ph.d......

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Hi!,

we are working on computational and theoretical nano sc. mostly on structural, electronic, elastic, phase transion and optical properties of nanomaterials and structures.

if you are interested, may send you cv to anurags@iiitm.ac.in or profanurag@gmail.com

 

Dr. Anurag Srivastava

Associate Professor

www.pofanurag.com

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