NanoGUNE offers Master Projects to Master students in nanotechnology, materials science, physics, chemistry, and biology.
Eligible candidates for the Master Projects must be registered master students at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) or at other European Universities.
NanoGUNE offers Master students the possibility to develop their Master Thesis within one of its research groups. Master students interested in these projects should directly contact the supervisor of each project.
NanoGUNE scholarships for Master thesis students
Every year, in June/July, we open a call in order to select Master students to do their master thesis at nanoGUNE. Up to 4 students are given a scholarchip in order to develop their master research project.
- Spectroscopic Magneto-Optical Ellipsometry (Master)
- Fabrication of epitaxial magnetic films and multilayers with perpendicular anisotropy (Master)
- Nanostructured magnetic metamaterials for light manipulation at the nanoscale (Master/PhD)
- Artificially frustrated magnetic metamaterials (Master/PhD)
- Nanofibers (Master)
- Nanoforces and femtocurrents (Master)
- Magnetic surfaces in nonmagnetic materials (or rather the ferromaagnetic surface of an antiferromagnet) (Master)
- Theory of organic spintronics (Master)
- Basis sets for SIESTA (Master)
- Functional Materials Design: Orgnaic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials (Master)
- Theory of two-dimensional materials (Master)
- Currents in radiation damage processes (Master)
- Structural analysis and design of bio-nano mineralization (Master)
- Water on the nanoscale (Master)
- Control system for customized photonic sensing (Master)
- Confocal Raman spectroscopy for disease diagnosis (Master)
- Origins of protein misfolding from structural propensities of small peptides (Master)
- Single particle encapsulation of biomolecules for the design of advanced biohybrid nanomaterials (Master)