Undergrad/Graduate 199/299 Research Opportunities
The INRF is seeking student innovators for cutting-edge, industry focused engineering, art/technology interface, and computer science research in energy efficiency, micro-nanofabrication, and gamification research areas.
Research students in the 199/299 INRF/BION program will gain the experience of working in two nanotechnology research and development cleanroom lab spaces on the UCI campus (INRF and BION). Research students will have the opportunity to work closely with the technical staff members of the INRF and BION facilities to grow and develop their skill-set, gain invaluable hands on lab experience, and apply their efforts and knowledge to solve real world engineering problems. Student researchers in the program will find that their hard work and research will add immediate and ongoing value to the INRF/BION laboratories of the Henry Samueli School of Engineering.
Please see the attached flyer for more details.