ConnSCU Center for Nanotechnology

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The mission of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (ConnSCU) Center for Nanotechnology is to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research and educational initiatives/programs in micro- and nanotechnology with the goal of enhancing Connecticut’s workforce competitiveness in nanotechnology and materials science. The Center builds upon existing collaborations with Yale University, University of Connecticut, and the Connecticut Community Colleges to create programs enhancing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education for the ConnSCU community and beyond.

The ConnSCU Center for Nanotechnology is the primary resource for SCSU's Graduate Certificate in Nanotechnology, the Applied Physics Masters: Nanotechnology/Materials Science track, as well as an array of research opportunities and professional development for students and faculty. 

During the summer of 2015, the Werth Family Foundation will be sponsoring an "Industry Academic Fellowship". More information is available at the SCSU/Yale/CRISP website.  Click below to access the flyer for the fellowship.

 

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Center instrumentation and programs are partially funded by grants from the National Science Foundation [NSF] and the Department of Energy [DOE].

Funding by NSF MRSEC DMR 1119826; DOE DE-SC0005904 & DOE DE-SC0005072

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About the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (ConnSCU)

For more information:

Dr. Christine Broadbridge, Director ConnSCU-CNT
Department of Physics
(203) 392-6461
broadbridge@southernct.edu

Dr. Matthew Enjalran
Department of Physics
(203) 3925444
enjalranm1@southernct.edu

Dr. Todd Schwendemann
Department of Physics
(203) 392-6431
schwendemat1@southernct.edu

B. Ellen Scanley
Technician, ConnSCU-CNT
connscu-cnt@southernct.edu