NanoJapan Summer Studies international group departs this week from Rice University (USA)

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on June 1, 2010 at 10:40pm

Here is an addendum to what I posted yesterday. Perhaps it will prove useful.

Shadi Dayeh is PostDoc Fellow in the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies at the Los Alamos National Lab. Among his research interests are solar energy harvesting and he recently won a major award. Perhaps he can help to direct you as to funding in your field.
Many opportunities via the Indo-US Science Technology Forum (some co-funded by GE, IBM, etc.), some of which you may already be familiar. Sort through the NDPP pdf document (provided below) for entities such as Joint Centre for NanoMaterials for Energy
Matt Panthani is a researcher in Korgel’s lab at University of Texas who is assisting in the development of an innovative nanoink/spray-on solar cell process. He might be able to guide you.

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on June 1, 2010 at 8:07am
Details for NanoJapan at Rice can be accessed via the link provided. But also check out "NanoTech Japan" - a network of 13 collaborative centers and 26 research institutes:

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on June 1, 2010 at 2:11am
Greetings, Gayathri.

I'm just now reading your message and on my side of the globe, it's still yesterday; so this application for admission (deadline date 31 May) into the PhD programme at the NETAJI SUBHAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in NEW DELHI Academic Session 2010-11 might be several hours too late in reaching you. Make an attempt, nevertheless. These are financed teaching-cum-research fellowships [a few related to your noted areas of interest]
in the various divisions of:
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE);
Computer Engineering & Division of Information Technology (COE & IT);
Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE);
Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering (MPAE);
School of Applied Sciences (SAS); and

I have not sufficient time at this moment to add more info; will do so in a matter of hours...

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Comment by gayathri rajmohan on May 31, 2010 at 6:49pm
Hi,can you let me know there is any funded projects

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Comment by Rajeshkumar on May 15, 2010 at 10:44am
please send the details

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