Every year, we offer undergraduate students the opportunity to participate at nanoGUNE’s Summer Internship Program.
Grants are offered to 3rd and 4th year Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering, and Mathematics students for projects from 1.5 to 2 months.
The annual call is usually published at the beginning of the year.
2016 SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROJECTS
- Spin Hall effect in novel materials
- Tuning the Kondo effect by molecular deposition
- Design and study non-collinear magnets for spintronic applications
- Optimising first-principles calculations of matter and nanomatter with supercomputers
- Metric space for quantum mechanics
- Quantum dynamics of electrons and nuclei
- Theory of a quantum particle in a thermal gradient
2016 summer internship students