29 August 2015
MISUatLMU: International Summer Research Program in Nanoscience
This program provides students from abroad the opportunity to collaborate in challenging research projects in the Nanosciences, supervised by a graduate research mentor. An attractive supporting program includes weekend trips and other informal group activities.
Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM) at LMU Munich together with nine further participating universities and institutes in Munich and Augsburg
Graduate students, ideally one year before graduation; applicants should hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent
The goal of the program is primarily scientific education. Students should sharpen their scientific skills while working with state-of- the-art scientific equipments and develop their presentation and scientific writing abilities, but also experience German culture and lifestyle.
NIM Student Research Award
EUR 100: Registration fee: 100
Participants can apply to NIM for scholarships (to use towards travel and living expenses)