Foreign Research Experience

Stephanie de Coteau, a Foreign Research Experience student from the University of the West Indies and St. Augustine, in front of the Alice Campbell Alumni Center who worked with Professors Alleyne and Kenis to research integrated microfluidic sensing and control.
Stephanie de Coteau, a Foreign Research Experience student from the University of the West Indies and St. Augustine, who worked with Professors Alleyne and Kenis and researched integrated microfluidic sensing and control.

Nano-CEMMS has partnered with foreign institutions to develop international cooperative research programs in nanomanufacturing.  Each year Nano-CEMMS funds up to five graduate students to spend time at research institutions in Asia and Europe.  The program for foreign training is centered on key elements of Nano-CEMMS research and builds on existing relationships that Nano-CEMMS faculty members have with foreign institutions: