Where to study nanosciences?


Where to study nanosciences?

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Best places in USA & Canada

Started by TINC. Last reply by mohdaftab93 Feb 19, 2014. 7 Replies

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Comment by TINC on January 30, 2009 at 10:30pm
Messages from LinkedIn to our topic:

Levent Tüter wrote:
Chalmers (in Sweden) and Delft (in the Netherlands) are the top nano schools in Europe.

If you are interested in a specific subject, then I would recommend going through the top-cited articles on that subject and check from which universities those most cited authors are from.


Patti Hill wrote:
I've wondered the same: http://www.nanotech-now.com/columns/?article=179


Sumant Sood wrote:
CNSE, Albany, NY

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Comment by JohnT on January 21, 2009 at 12:32pm
There is quite a good list on my site Nanovip - http://www.nanovip.com/node/53945

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Comment by Micah Daniel Williamson on January 20, 2009 at 8:42pm
I am working on an undergraduate degree in nanotechnology at Louisiana Tech University which is located in the southern United States. The curriculum is very diverse, and we are required to receive a minor in physics or an engineering discipline; chemical, mechanical, electrical, biomedical, or microsystems. Graduate and Doctoral degrees are also available. Pennsylvania State offers a minor in nano, and I read that the University of California, Berkely is now offering a minor in nano through it's materials engineering department. If you visit my facebook group, "Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit, A Global Nanotechnology Initiative", you will find many links to university news and resources concerning nano science and engineering. Just a few more that come to mind are University of Texas at Dallas and Austin. Also Michigan State and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany, New York. CNSE is the first institution dedicated solely to nanotechnology.

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on January 19, 2009 at 8:49pm
Did you reference my page and blog, as advised? I provided several links to very specific resources, even India/Canada nano-specific awards. Supplied by me, furthermore, is the link to the International Funding Guide...(with A-Z listings). A very cursory glimpse a moment ago showed many Australian awards, on just the first page. Did you even take a look? Dollars are dwindling; diligence is called for, not whining. (with all due respect)

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Comment by Dr. Dhiraj Kumar on January 19, 2009 at 5:55pm
If any one can help then please to mail about the Sep. 2009 Ph.D position in Nanobiotechnology, Nanomedicine, Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Biomedical/Biological application With funds... on dhiraj.nanobio@gmail.com

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Comment by Dr. Dhiraj Kumar on January 19, 2009 at 5:49pm
There are many universities in UK and Australia, But the main problem is funding for research. Even I have offers from so many Universities from UK and Australia.. but no one is having fund... complete list of departments and labs can be check on http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology/research/universities_c.php

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on January 19, 2009 at 5:32pm
Please refer to my December 2008 response to Madhu on study and funding opportunities in Canda, the Americas, Australia, Europe, Asia MidEast, New Zealand. Also, refer to my blog (Kanada's Kids) for information re certificate programmes at University of Oxford and Harvard.

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Comment by TINC on January 18, 2009 at 8:38pm
Thanks David for informations!

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Comment by David Lyndel on January 18, 2009 at 8:36pm
Here are a few email contact addresses and web addresses: Berkeley Nanoscience & Nanoengineering Inst. email: nanoinstitute@lists.berkely.edu web: http://www.berkeley.edu/educational/DEGradGroup.html <>[PhD in Science & Engineering with INGRET fellowship Nanotechnology at Drexel U. & Penn State http://nanomaterials.drexel.edu/IGERT.html<> University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire, WI. offers minor in BS for those majoring in physics, chemistry, mathematics or biology. http://www.clarion.edu/nano<> Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. email contact: v-chandrasekhar@northwestern.edu (website link failed but is http://www.physics.northwestern.edu/ugdegree.html)<> University of Texas-El Pasa for high school and middle school teachers. email: ehagedorn@utep.edu<> Nanofabrication Technology requires 3 semesters at Bucks County Community College abd 1 semester at Penn State. offers both an AAS or Certificate Program with websites http://www.bucks.edu/catalog/2167.html and http://www.bucks.edu/catalog/3168.html, respectively. email: mcelroyc@bucks.edu<> 2 yr AAS at North Seattle Community College in Washington state. Nanoscience Technology email: mhelsel@sccd.ctc.edu and web at http://www.northseattle.edu/nanotech/<> 2 yr AAS at Dakota Technical College, MN., email: deb.newberry@dctc.edu and web at http://www.dctc.edu/prospStudents/programs/nanoTech.cfm [all of the preceding are supposed to be currently active programs) not responsible for typos

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Comment by David Lyndel on January 18, 2009 at 7:43pm
Drexel University has a very new state of the art nanoplex (nanotechnology complex). it is huge and also consist of an addition facility or two within the Drexel system. also the research center is closely affiliated with Penn State University. Rice University is par excellence. Of course Stanford University on West Coast of US. Louisiana State University offers up to a Masters Degree I believe. Florida State University. I notice someone has already listed Georgia Institute of Technology thru Georgia Tech. Duke University is doing some great work in metamaterials. If possible one might wish to explore IEEE online for some others both on campus and online. In fact in US a few, maybe about 9 to 12, community colleges are beginning to offer an Associates Degree whereby credits can be transferred to a 4 yr institution.

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