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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Cleon Davis NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Cleon Davis
NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Prashant Jain NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Prashant Jain
NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Jenny Ruth Morber NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Jenny Ruth Morber
NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Oluwafemi Ogunsola NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Oluwafemi Ogunsola
NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Robyn Schlicher NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Robyn Schlicher
NanoTECH Student Spotlight: Farhana Zaman NanoTECH Student Spotlight:
Farhana Zaman

Georgia Tech's Nanoscience and Technology Certificate Program

Exciting Applications in Nanotechnology

Listen to Georgia Tech Materials Science and Engineering Professor Z.L. Wang, a world-renowned expert in nanotechnology, discuss Georgia Tech's Nanoscience and Technology Certificate program.

Georgia Tech takes a multidisciplinary approach to the study of nanoscience and nanotechnology, incorporating nanoscale research into a variety of courses through a specialized Nanoscience and Technology (NaST) Certificate program. All students at Georgia Tech can apply for the NaST Certificate, regardless of their major areas of study.

To satisfy the requirements of the Certificate, students complete at least four NaST courses for a total of at least twelve credit hours, with at least one course taken from a school outside their home colleges. In addition, students pursuing the NaST Certificate attend no fewer than seven Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology-NaST seminars per academic year. The NaST Certificate Program is a part of the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at Tech and works closely with the Georgia Tech Materials Council to achieve two goals: to encourage Tech students to broaden their science and engineering backgrounds, and to forge collaborative activities in nanoscience and nanotechnology across campus in order to advance Tech's efforts in nanoscience and nanotechnology research.

Tech has also established a graduate research fellowship program as a means of promoting research collaboration in nanosciences and nanotechnologies on campus. Awarded by Tech's NaST Executive Committee, the fellowship provides approximately $15,000 to each Tech NaST Graduate Fellow for a one-year period.

The NNIN at Georgia Tech

The National Science Foundation's National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) has recognized Georgia Tech's commitment to nanotechnology education, naming Tech the coordinator of NNIN's nationwide educational and outreach activities. Headquartered at Tech's Microelectronics Research Center (MiRC), the NNIN Education and Outreach Office provides educational programs to a variety of Georgia audiences as well as coordination of national programs. Georgia Tech has created the communication and support network Nano@Tech, headquartered at MiRC, which encourages interactions among faculty, students, and staff from a variety of disciplines associated with nanotechnology.

To learn more about NNIN Education at Georgia Tech, visit:
http://www.mirc.gatech.edu/education.php/

To learn more about Nano@Tech, visit:
http://atlas2.mirc.gatech.edu/nanotech.php

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