Introduction to the ISN Army Laboratory Internship Program
Christine Ortiz, Franklin Hadley
Mon Jan 25, 02-03:00pm, NE47-189
Enrollment limited: first come, first served
Limited to 45 participants.
Single session event
Coordinated by Prof. Christine Ortiz, the ISN has begun a new Summer Internships Program to provide MIT students with opportunities to perform research at Army Laboratories under the guidance of Army Scientists.
This IAP lecture will offer basic information on both the procedures for applying for an ISN Army Laboratory Internship as well as some background on the research performed and locations attended by previous years' interns.
Contact: Franklin EW Hadley, NE47-413, x4-6413, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies
Latest update: 18-Dec-2009