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Post-Doctoral Research Opportunity (New Oct. 10, 2014)
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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

What: Spend the summer and beyond doing ground-breaking research on thin film materials, atomic layer deposition, metal-insulator-metal (MIM) tunnel diodes, RRAM (memristive) devices, thin film transistors (TFTs) for transparent electronics, or nanomaterials.

When: Up to 40 hours per week in the summer, up to 10 hours a week during the school year.

Pay:  You even get paid!

Who:   Oregon State University EE, ChemE, or physics sophomores, juniors, or outstanding freshmen with a strong interest in experimental work, novel materials, nanotechnology, and grad school.  Preference will be given to hard working students who are interested in taking ECE 416 (or ENGR 321), ECE 417, ECE 418, or ECE 415/599 and who can commit to at least three academic terms.  Women and minorities encouraged to apply.  Guys too.  Must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.

How:   Email your interest, resume (single page or less) and unofficial transcript to Prof. Conley (jconley@eecs.oregonstate.edu) or stop by his office in 3089 Kelley.  If possible, please list a faculty reference.  Applications will be considered until positions are filled.

Sponsored by NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)


Graduate Student Opportunities

Talented, hard-working, and self-motivated students are encouraged to apply.

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John F. Conley, Jr.: jconley@ eecs.oregonstate.edu, ph (541)737-9874, 3089 Kelley Engineering Center